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January, 1900 

No. I 


Historical and Genealogical Register 


J. R. B. Hathaway, Editor and Financial Agent 


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" Like leaves on trees, the race of man is found. 
Now green in youth, now with'ring on the ground ; 
The foirwing spring another race supplies, 
They rise successive and successive fall ; 
So generations in their course decay, 
So flourish these, when those are passed away." 

— Pope's Translation Homer^s Iliad. 






Vol. I. January, 1900. No. 1. 


(Taken from the Secretary of State's office, Raleigh, N. C, for Shaftsbury 
Precinct, Chowan Precinct, and Chowan County.) 

John Varnhara. Book I, page 143; 250 acres land, on River 
Albemarle, near what is now known as Skinner's Point, formerly 
Moseley's Point. Issued November 27, 1H79. By reference to the 
*• Colonial Records," Vol. I, i)age 2')3, it will be found that this 
prant is a reissue of one grantetl by William Berkeley, Governor of 
Virginia, 25th September, HU)S. It calls for the same boundaries, 
Siime number of acres of land, and calls for the mile's end of Roger 
Williams'* land. While this is the oldest gram that has been found, 
there were bevond question settlers on the north side of Albemarle 
Sound prior to its issue, and verities the statement of Bancroft that 
this section was settled as early as H\6S. 

Joseph Gilbert. Book I, page 141r, March 29, 1680; 176 acres 
land in Shaftsbury Precinct, on the north side of Mattacomack 

William Lewerton. Book I, page 145; 94 acres land, north side 
Mattacomack Creek, in Shaftsbury Precinct, adjoining the lands of 
Thomas IL.skins; March 29, n;80. 

Robert Windley. Book I, page 146; 280 acres land on southeast 
side .Mattacomack Creek, adjoining lands of Edward Smithwick 
and John Taylor; March 29, 1680. 

Anthfiny Slocum. Book I, page 81 ; 600 acres land on north side 
of Mattacomack Creek and Mirey Swamp; 1684. 

Jose|>h Slocum. Book I, page 81 ; 2 H) acres land on northwest 
siile of Mattacomack Creek, at the mouth of Mirey Swamp; 16S4. 

John Slocum. Book I, paije 82; 400 acres land on the north side 
of the creek called, Poplar Neck; 16S4; adjoining Joseph Slocum. 

William Wilkinson. Book I, page 82; 412 acres land on Albe- 
marle River; 1654; (now known as Sandy Point). 

James Blount. Book I, page 86 ; 660 acres land on the north side 
of Albemarle River; 1684; (now known as Mulberry llill). 

Roger Hall. Book I, pajre 98; 450 acres land, adjoining Lewer- 
ton's; 16SI; (near Edenton, N. C). 

Edward Smithwick. Book I, page 104 ; 200 acres land in Shafts- 

4 North Carolina Historical 

bury Precinct, south side easternmost branch of Mattacomack 
Creek; 1681; (now known as Hayes, just across the creek from 

John Cannon. Book I, page 104; 150 acres land, joining land of 
John Taylor, on the south side of easternmost branch of Mattaco- 
mack Creek; 1681. 

Edward Smithwick. Book I, page 105; 350 acres in the precinct 
of Shaftsbury, on the southeast branch of Mattacomack Creek; 

John Taylor. Book I, page 105 ; 100 acres land in Shaftsbury 
Precinct, on 'south side easternmost branch of Mattacomack Creek, 
adjoining Robert Winley's line; 1681. 

Edward Smithwick. Book I, page 308, January 1, 1694; 380 
acres land on Mattacomack Creek (now known as "Edenton Bay), 
joining upon his former grants. 

John Jones. Book I, page 1, March 14, 1693-4; 200 acres land 
north side we^ernmost branch of Mattacomack Creek, 

Edward Smithwick. Book I, page 9; 200 acres land* south side 
easternmost branch Mattacomack Creek, adjoining lands of Cannon ; 
April 1, 1694. 

Jonathan Jones. Book I, page 9 ; 350 acres land on north side 
of Mattacomack Creek, joining upon land of Slocumb. 

Col. William Wilkinson. Book I,. page 22, August 12, 1694; 412 
acres land, duplicate of bis grant taken out in 1684 (which see). 

Smithwick Warburton. Book I, page 23, August 22, 1694; 300 
acres land, lyin^ at the head of the westernmost branch of Mattaco- 
mack ('reek, joining upon lines of David Morgan and Mr. Slocumb. 

Thomas Stacey. Book I, page 24, 1st September, 1694 ; 100 acres 
on the sound, joining land of Nicholas Simmons. 

George Dear. Book I, page 25, January 1, 1694; 124 acres on 
the sound (Albemarle), joining upon Vines Cropley and Anne Sijn- 
mons's lines. 

Vines Cropsley. Book I, page 25, January 1, 1694; 400 acres on 
Albemarle Sound, adjoining Geo. Fordyce's land at the little Cove. 

Argyle Simons. Book I, page 26, January 1, 1694 ; 400 acres 
land on Yoppim River. 

John Foster. Book I, page 24 ; 200 acres land on Yoppim River, 
joining upon Thomas Stacev's back line; September 15, 1694. 

Leonard Loftin. Book 1, page 25, 16th September, 1694; 120 
acres on Yoppim River, running through Albemarle Sound, joining 
upon John Foster's line. 

Anne Simons. Book I, page 26, January 1, 1694; 124 acres, join- 
ing upon lines of Vines Cropsley. 

rficholas Simons. Book I, page 40, September 6, 1694; 360 acres 
on Albemarle Sound. 

George Fordyce. Book I, page 41, January 1, 1694; 244 acres 
lying on Albeniarle Sound, at the little Cove, adjoining Nicholas 
Simons's land. 

Francis Wells. Book I, page 53 ; 200 acres of land on Chowan 

AND Genealogical Register. 5 

River or Sound (afterwards sold to James Beasley, and lies at or 
near Athol) ; February 25, 1696. 

George riercey. 6ook I, page 26, January 1, 1694; 187 acres 
land, adjoining Robt. Winley's land. 

Wm. Charlton. Book I, page 54, February 20, 1696; 240 acres, 
adjoin in o^ land of Mr. Porter. 

John Porter, Jr. Book I, pa^e 69, February 17, 1696; 470 acres 
land on Albemarle River (Sound), below Sandy Point. 

John Porter, Jr. Book I, page 69, February 17, 1696; 298 acres 
on Albemarle River (Sound), below Sandy Point. 

Thomas Gillara. Book I, page 76. April 17, 1697; 560 acres on 
the river on Edenton Buy, sold by Gillam to Edward Smithwick, 
and by Smithwick to Jeremiah Vail (Collins' Point). 

Edward Smithwich. Book I, page 76 ; 270 acres on Mattacomack 
Creek Swamp. (Appears to be on the north side of the creek); 
April 17, 1697. 

Col. Thomas Pollock. Book I, page 68, April 20, 1697 ; 640 acres 
land at the mouth of Old Town Creek. To same, I3ook I, page 69, 
640 acres land at the mouth of Old Town Creek; April 20, 1697. 

John Hopkins. Book I, page 69, February 17, 1696; 300 acres 
on Yoppim River. 

James Fisher. Book I, page 74, February 1, 1696 ; 225 acres on 
Yoppim River. 

George Dear. Book I, page 72, 27 acres known as Batt's Grave ; 
February 17, 1696 (mouth of Yoppim River). 

Thomas Luten. Book I, page 75; 220 acres on Mattacomack 
Creek, nearTanvard Branch; April 17, 1697. 

William Walston. Book I, page 77, April 17, 1697; 223 acres 
land on Mattacomack Creek Swam^p (near Green Hall). 

Cotton Robinson . Book I, page 77, April 17, 1697; 300 acres 
on the Pocosin of Mattacomack Creek. 

Cotton Robinson. Book I, page 78, May 15, 1697; 500 acres on 
Old Town Creek. 

^ John King. Book I, page 79, May 15, 1697; 324 acres land on 
Bennett's Creek Swamp. 

- John King. Book I, page 79, May 15, 1697; 150 acres on Mid- 
<ile Swamp (now Gates (-ounty). 

Thomas Garrett. Book I, page 79, May 15, 1697; 500 acres on 
Catharine Creek (the present boundary between the counties of 
Gates and Chowan). 

James Blount. Book J^ page 80, 15th May, 1697; 200 acres on the 
Pocosin of Mattacomack Creek. 

James Ilibbens, and Ellinor, his wife. Book I, page 83, June 
10, 1694; 284 acres on Yoppim River. 

Henderson Walker. Book I, page 83, April 15, 1697; 428 acres 
on Chowan River or sound (Moseley's Point on Albemarl^ Sound). 
Lewis Williams. Book L page 81; 640 acres land on Chowan 
River; Mav 15, 1697. (This tract was conveyed by Wm. Williams, 
of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, to Peter Parker, of Nansemond 
County, Virginia, October 26,' 1706.) 

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John Blount. Book I, page 84; 640 acres land on Albemarle 
Sound. Reissue of a grant taken out in 16S4 — date of this grant 
Fehrurarv 25, 1696. 

Ilentlefson Walker. Book I, page 87, February 25, 1696; 250 
acres, adjoining land formerly John Varnham's, and land formerly 
Dorothy Ming's. 

William Wilkinson. Book I, page 97, February 25, 1696; 580 
acres land on Yoppim River. 

Thomas Clark. Book I, jiage 98, July 10, 1701; 627 acres south 
side Yoppim River. (This river is the present boundary between 
the c(»uniies of Chowan and Perquimans.) 

Thomas ('lark. Book I, page 111, July 10, 1701; 640 acres on 
south side Yappim River, joming upon Argyle Simons' land. 

Thomas Clark. Book 1, page HI, July lo, 1701; 270 acres on 
the south side Yoppim River, joining upon land of Wm. Charlton. 

Thomas Clark. Book I, page 111, July 10th, 1701; 5o3 acres on 
south side Yoppim River. 

William Walters. Book I, page 112, July 10, 1701; 140 acres 
(boundaries indefinite, probably located in territory of at present 
Girtcs County). 

Benjamin Blanchard. Book I, page 113, October 16, 1701; 455 
acres oM Beaver Dam Swamp (at or near Gates County line on 
Warwick Swamp). 

Thomas Maiks. Book T, page 114, February 2, l702-'3; 550 acres 
acres east side Rockyiiocrk Creek. 

Jam*»s Farlo. T.ook L page , January 9, 1702-'3; 216 acres 

west side ()l<l Town Creek. 

Wm. Woodley. no«»k 1, paire 119; 131 acres on the north"side of 
norse[)ool Swanip, May 16, 1703. '^^ ^^^- - ^"w^-T*^ 

George Sutton. Book 1 patre 120. May 16, 1703; 130 acres on 
Racoack Creek, joining upon Richard Lewis' line and that of John 

Thomas Luten. Book I, page 121, May 13, 1703; 126 acres on 
west side of \e main swamp of Mattacomack Creek. 

Dennis McLenden. Book I, pas!:e 100, 2Sth Februar\% 1704-'5; 
226 acres north side Albemarle River, joining the lines of Mark 
Ashburv and Edward Williams. 

Thomas Martin. Book I, page 108, February 2S, 1704-'5; 300 
acres west side Chowan River (now Bertie or Hertford ("ounty). 

Thomas Ilorton. Book I, page 121, March 30, 1701; 52 acres 
Drummond's Point, at the mouth of Yoppim River where it enters 
Albemarle Sound. 

Thomas Ilorton. Book I, page 122. March 30, 1704 ; 196 acres 
on Beaver Cove Swamp, joining the lands of Samuel and Thomas 

Thomas Snoden. Book I, page 122, 8th November, 1704; 200 
acres on southside Yoppim River, joining land of Wm. Beihetts. 

Wm. DiickinHeld. l^^ok f, page 131, 25th March, 1705-6; 585 
acres in Rocky hock Neck, on Rocky hock Creek. 

AND Genealogical Register. 7 

Thomas Pollock. Book I, page 153, January 28, 1705-'6 ; 640 
acres land on Old Town Oeek. 

James Farlow. Book I, page 171, February 26, 1711--'12; 280 
acres, joining upon bis own land on ye Beaver Dam. 

John Yelverton. Book I, page 192, March 4, 1711-12; 400 acres 
on TindaTs Swamp, on Mattacomack Creek Swamp and Pocosin of 
Chowan River. 

John Jackson. Book I, pa2:e 172, March 4, 1711-12; 490 acres 
on Indian Town Creek and Mossv Swamp. 

William Walston. Book I, page 173, March 4, 17n-M2; 530 
acres on 3'e east side Mattacomack Creek, in Chowan Precinct, at 
the mouth of the Tanyard Branch in Greenhall. 

John Turner. Book I, page 176, March 5, 1711-12; 400 acres on 
Mattacomack Creek Swamp, south side Tindal Swamp, joining 
upon lines of Samuel Patcheit. 

Thomas Gilbert. Book I, page 176, March 5, 1711-12; 540 acres 
in Rock V hock Neck. 

Daniel Ilalsey. Book I, page 176, March 8, 1711-'12; 630 acres 
on Rock^'hock Branch, and Spring Branch, and Tottering Bridge 

John Patchett. Book T, page 177, March 8, 1711-12; 180 acres 
on liockyhock Creek and Tindal Branch. 

Nathaniel Chevin. Book I, page 170, May 22. 17<»7; 100 acres 
land, joining the lands of John Goreham and Th<»nias Petersr»n. 
(This tract was formerly granted to John Porter, but lapsed fur 
want of seating. So held by a jury at an inquisition held at the 
house of Thomas Gilliams, May 22, 1707, Wm. Dnckintield acting 
as Deputy Escheator. A part of the town of E<lenton is built 
upon thistractof land. The court house and other public l)uil<lings 
connected therewith, stand upon it. The first lots sohl at Queen 
Anne's Town were cnuvt'ycd by Nathaniel Chevin, and Edwaid 
Woseley became tlie purchaser of lot No. 1.) 

Thomas Jones. Book I. page 180, March 5, 1711-12; 423 acres 
in Bear Swamp, adjoining land of widow Lewerton. 

Richard Lewis. Book I, page 181, March 5, 1711-12, 416 acres 
on Barrow Hole. 

Eichard Lewis. Book I, page 181, March 5, 1711-12 ; 272 acres 
on Cowhall Swamp, adjoining land of Ilenry Lisle anil Nicholas 

Thomas Jones. Book I, page 184, April 17, 1712; 330 acres on 
Chow^an Kiver and Tindal Swamp. 

James Farlow. Book I, page 184, April 18, 1712; 638 acres on 
old Indian Town Creek. 

James Farlow. Book I, page 184, April 18, 1712 ; 237 acres on 
ye Indian Town Creek. 

James Farlow. Book I, page 184, April 18, 1712; 196 acres on 
Deep Run, and ye main branch of Rocahoc Creek. 

Charles Barber. Book I, page 185, April 19, 1712; 160 acres on 
Horse Spring Branch, joining Thomas Jones' line. 

8 North Carolina Historical 

William Charlton. Book I, page 207, April 1, 1713 ; 600 acres 
known as the Dogwood lands, joining upon lands of Charles Wilkins 
and Edward Standin. 

Thomas Hoskins. Book I, page 208, October 9, 1712; 769 acres, 

1'oining to Mattacomack Creek, and lines of Capt. Nicholas Crisp and 
Sdward Standing. 

Patrick Lawler. Book I, page 209, October 10, 1712; 300 acres 
on S. E. side Bennett's Creek. 

Joseph Gilbert. Book I, page 211, October 9, 1712; 150 acres at 
ye head of Thomas Hoskins' land. 

Robert Hicks. Book I, page 216, February 4, 1713-'14; 80 acres 
north side Rockyhock Creek. 

John Jones. Book I, page 233, August 27, 1714; 190 acres in 
ye Woodyards and Timber Branch pocosin. 

Thomas Stacey. Book I, page 237, August 27, 1714; 52 acres on 
northeast side Chowan River, adjoining upon lands of Argyle 
Simons and John Volney. 

William Privett. Book I, page 238, August 30, 1714; 250 acres 
near Albemarle Sound, joinmg upon Vines Cropsley and John 
Volwav's lands. 

William Fallaugh. Book I, page 238, August 30, 1714; 440 acres 
northeast side Racoack Creek (Rockyhock Creek). 

Henry Lisles. Book I, page 239, August 30, 1714; 600 acres on 
east side Racoack Creek, joining upon lines of Major Luten and 
Matthew Bryan. 

John .White. Book I, page 239, August 30, 1714; 200 acres in 
Bear Swamp and on Sandy Run. 

Martin Charles. Book 1, page 240, August 30, 1714; 166 acres 
west side Racoack Creek. 

Thomas Muns. Book I, page 240, August 30, 1714; 100 acres 
southwest side Racoack Creek, joining upon lines of John Robinson 
and Martin Charles. 

John Parker. Book I, page 240, August 30, 1714 ; 376 acres, join- 
ing upon lands of Thomas Parker, John Jordan and W. Copeland. 

Thomas Parker, lapsed to Peter Parker. Book I, page 241, August 
30, 1714; 387 acres, joining upon lands of Thomas and Peter Parker. 

John Robinson. Book I, page 241, August 30, 1714; 220 acres 
on south side Rockyhock Creek. 

John Robinson. Book I, page 241, Auscust 30, 1714; 630 acres, 
joining upon lines of Daniel Halsey, Richard Skinner, Wm. Wood- 
ley and Henry Lyles. 

Henry Warren. Book I, page 250, March 7, 1705-6 ; 361 acres 
in the fork of Old Town Creek. 

William Lewis. Book I, page 242, June 10, 1706 ; 390 acres, join- 
ing lands of Henry Warren and M. Lain. 

Thomas Garrett. Book I, page 112, September 14,1701; 411 
acres betwixt Catharine Creek and Stoping Creek. 

Thomas Garrett, Jr., Book — , page — ; 510 acres land north side 
Warwick Swamp, March 1, 1718. 

AND Genealogical Register 9 

Andrew Barron. Book I, page 236, August 27, 1714; 266 acres 
on Poplar Run. 

Richard Berry man. Book I, page 279, August 6, 1719 ; 200 acres 
on Bennett's Creek swamp. 

Francis Branch. Book I, page 281, August 6, 1719 ; 124 acres at 
the head of Mattacoraac Creek. 

Francis Branch. Book I, page 2S1, August 6, 1719; 230 acres 
northwest side Mattacoraack Creek. 

Thomas Williams. Book I, page 3, August 30, 1714 ; 415 acres, 
joining upon lands of Matthew Bryan and Nicholas Blackman 

Timothy Taylor. Book for 1713 to 1716, page4, August 30, 1714; 
620 acres on Warwick Swamp. 

Richard Williamson. Book 1713 to 1716, August 30, 1714; 175 
acres on Little Town path. 

John Blount. Book 8, page 261, 2Jth October, 1714; 627 
acres lying back of the land where he now lives (back of James 
Blount, his fathers patent, on Albemarle Sound, known as Mul- 
berry Ilill). 

Isaac Lewis. Book ITI, page 29, March 9, 1717; 520 acres, join- 
ing on lines of Richard Williamson, widow Smith, Jacob Lewis, Wm. 
Keels, Thomas Wiggins, Stephen Williams. 

George Walston. Book III, page 33, March 9, 1717; 284 acres 
on Deep Run, joining upon lands of Wm. Newland, Phillip Walston 
and Bear Swamp. 

Daniel McDaniel. Book III, page 40; 410 apres on Beaver Dam 
Swamp and the sprino: branch. 

Lawrence McGue. Book III, page 2 ; 100 acres on Racoack Creek ; 
April 5, 1720. 

Edward Pagett. Book III, page 8, April 5, 1720; — acres in 
Bear Swamp, joining upon lines of Samuel Pagett. 

John Arthur. Book III, page 8, April 5, 1720; 630 acres at 
the head of spring branch and on Tottering Bridge Swamp. 

Thomas Bray. Book III, page 9, March 9, 1717-8; 640 acres, 
. joining upon lines of John Watson, Ralph Bosman, Robt. Hicks, 
James Farlow, Chas. Jordan and Isaac Willson. 

William Haughton. Book III, page 10, August 10, 1720; 400 
acres on the creek fork at Yoppim River. 

Thomas Pollock. Book III, page 11, August 12, 1720; 580 
acres on Chowan Sound (Albemarle), beginning east side Sandy 
Point (this grant inclmles a former grant to Col. Wm. Wilkinson). 

Ira Smith. Book III, page 48, December 0, 1720; 92 acres on 
Yoppim River, joining upon lands of Edward Ilarington and Fran- 
cis Pettit. 

John Heron. Book III, page 49, December 6, 1720; 380 acres, 
south side Bear Swamp. 

John Lewis. Book III, page 50, December 6, 1720; 130 acres, 
north side Mattacomack Creek, joining upon lands of Richard 
Lewis and John Jones. 

John Falconer. Book III, page 50, December 6, 1720; 200 acres 
on north side Yoppim River. 

10 North Carolina Historical 

Orlando Champion. Book IIT, page 52, December 6, 1720; 424 
acres in Green Hall Swamp. (Orlando Champion came into Chowan 
Precinct from Isle of Wight County, Virginia; sold 224 acres of 
this patent to Wm. Thompson, and 200 acres to Wm. Lewis.) 

William Ilaughton. Book III, page 53, December 6, 1720; 90 
acres, joining upon the land of John Porter. 

Robert Lassiter. Book III, page 61, December 6, 1720; 610 acres, 
south side Bennett's Creek, and on Watry Swamp. 

John Jones. Book III, page 54, December 6, 1720; 210 acres, 
joining upon lands of Wm. Fallow. 

John Charlton. Book III, page 58, March 30, 1721; 500 acres on 
Yawpim Pocosin, joining upon lines of Wm. Charlton and Edward 

Samuel Patchett. Book III, page 58, March 30, 1721 ; 200 acres, 
adjoining lands of John Blount, John Harlowe and Wm. Charl- 
ton, Sr. 

John Lassiter. Book III, page 61, March 30, 1721; 530 acres, 
south side Bennett's Creek, joining lines of Mary liountree and the 
Indian lands. 

Thomas Luten. Book III, page 363, March 30, 1721; 100 acres 
land in Green Ilall, adjoining lands of Capt. Henry Bonner and 
Edward Champion. 

William Farlaw. Book III, page 63, March 30, 1721; 322 acres 
at the mouth of Cypress Branch, issuing out of westernmost side 
.of Mnttacomack ('reek, joinincf upon lines of John Jones, Wm. 
AVoodlev. David Ambrose and John Harris. 

JnhiVBI(»unt. Bot.k III, pnge 64, Manh 30, 1721 ; GlOHcr^s, j .in- 
in^ upon lands of ThoujHS Luten, Wm. Hau^hton and Siiuuel 
P. ^et' (lits near Albemarle Sound, back of Mulberry Hill and 
SmikIv Point). 

J .fin Blount. B ok ITT, p^ge 64, March 30. 1721 ; 0:^1 acre«, j in- 
ing upon lines of Rchard Lewi-^, Nicholas Blackman, Wm. F41I ows 
and Matthew B«yant. 

Wm. Charlton, Jr. Book III, page 65, March 30 1721; 00 acres 
adj<)ihing lan<is of Colonel E iwani M »seley, John II uloe and John 
Binunt (^old to Wm. Benbary and Thos. Luten, Bjok C, Chowaa 
Rtcords, pag:e J^i7). 

L zirus Thorn IS. B^ok III, page 75, March 30, 1721 ; 640 acres 
on south side (►f the swamp, running to the Horse Swanu*. 

John Bl(»unt. Book III, page 76, March 30, 1721 ; 5(')0 Pcres on 
Con* ball Swamp (rhis grant was renewed by M s. El zibetli Blount, 
widow of John Blount, April 17, 172S; for the identical lines t^peei- 
fied in this grant, f^ee Book III, jwgH 2*»9) 

John Alston. Bo^k III, page 81, 1711; 270 acres land northwest 
side Bnnnett's Crfek. 

William Daniel. Book III, page 82, 1721; 450 acres northwest 
side Bennett's Creek. 

John Alston. Book III, page 82, 1721; 265 acres northwest side 
Bennett'b Creek. 

AND Genealogical Register. 11 

Edward Standing. Bo kill, page 85, 1722; 200 acres on Chin- 
qu;<|'in Ri<lge, on tl»e norihfa>t sifle of the ri ^e. 

Jam* s Fcirlow. Book III, page 8*.*, 1732; 280 acres on ye B aver 
Diim Swamp. 

Miles Halse}'. Book III, page 93, 1722; G40 acres, joining npon 
Jam* s Farlow's lines. 

Ralph BMIard B »ok III, page 98; 528 acres 'tuixt Chowan 
River and H li^i Poco-in, on eMsi si'le (»f the river; April r>, 172 J. 

Wiiliiun Hunter. B »f>k III page 98. April G, 1722; 3)5 nire^on 
Cahiii Branch. \u IlelTs P» c<»sin, joining npm laiid.** ol Jo. a lian 
Ri>berls. John Porier, John Wnibum nn«l Jnines Spe:.!s. 

Heiider^'on Lnten. Bock III, pnge 99, April 6, 1722; 2t'0 aero 
in Burnt Poco.-in, on I^^r>^(h^e Swamp. j<'ining up(»n lami ol Tlus. 
Hopkins (now owned hy Wa'son White, Emj.). 

Patrick Lawyer. Book 111. p;«ge 29, April G, 1722; 170 acres on 
norflieast side Bennett's Cie* k 

E:>hraim Blinchard. Bo«»k III, page 100, April 6, 1722; 232 
acr .s land in Meherrin Ne( k (Gntts C< unty). 

Thomas Ilnr vey. Book III, {age 1 15, OciOber 18, 1722 ; G40 acres 
in Ro kyliock Neck. 

Thomas Harvey. Book III, page 115, October 18, 1722; 434 
acres on side Ghownn River, at the ll^rse Landing, adjoining hinls 
of Caleb Srevens, Djvid Ambrose, Elward Paichett and Saiuuel 

James Bt^apley. Book III, page 116, Octobpr 18, 1722; 378 acres, 
adj lining land.s of Thomas Ciark, at or near Yoppim River. 

Thomas Pierce. Book III, page 117, April 9, 1722; 3G4 acres, ad- 
joining lands of Edward Porier. 

John Alston. Book III. page 127, Mareh 2G, 1723; 202 acres on 
Benn« tt's Creek, adj jiuM'g lands ol C\»l Th ii»n II-'ve\. 

John Alston. Book III. page 127; 200 acie> i .lu- In ad of Ben- 
neti'.s Creek ; March 26 1723 

William Elgerton. Book IIF, pnge 148, April 1, 1723; 300 acres 
at the head of the creek foik on Yoppim River. 

Adam Ooikburn. Book III, page h'O, April 1, 1723; GlO ncres 
on Miry Branch, joining upon lines of D.ivid Amhro-e, Win Wi»od- 
ward, Geo. Wyatt, Col. Edward Moseley, Thomas Muns and Daniel 

Edward Moseley. Book III, page 155, November 15, 1727; 640 
acres on Indian Town Creek. 

John Lassiter. BtK»k III, page 157, April 1, 1723; 80 acres in 
Benr Swamp at the head of Bennett'^ Cretk. 

Wm. Yntes, lapsed to Henry Bonner. Book III, page 158, 29th 
January, l730; 113 acres at the head of Mattacomack Creek swamp, 
adjoining lands of H nry Bonner and John Jones. 

Thomas Pierce. B 'ok III, page 208, 1727; 119 acres on Yawpin 
River and Albemarle Sound. 

William Steward. Book III, page 229, October 7, 1727; 144 acres, 
adjoioing laods of Thomas Stacey. 

12 North Carolina Historical 

Henry Bonner. Book IH, page 260, December 1, 1730; 320 acres 
on Deep Run and ye Tanyard branch. 

Joseph Champion. Book III, page 263, January 1, 1730; 160 acres 
northeast side Qaeen Anne's Creek, in Green Hall, adjoining land of 
Wm. Sadler, near Well's pond side. 

Henry Bonner. B)ok HI, page 268, October 28, 1730; 403 acres 
in Green Hall, on Deep Run, adjoining lands of Francis Branch 
and the Bridge Swamp. 

Samuel Pagett. Book HI, page 269, October 22, 1728 ; 1050 acres 
at the mouth of Tiudall Swamp. 

Simuel Pagett. Book HI, page 270, October 22, 1728; 400 acres 
on Old Town Creek. 

Robert Hicks and Wm. Badham. Book HI, page 270, October 
31, 1727; 605 acres on the Long Branch and Indian Creek Swamp. 

Edmund Gale. Bor)k III, page 274, October 2S, 172S; 1300 acres 
on west branch of Mattacomack Creek (now known as Pembrooke). 

Thomas Holladay. Book III, page 274; 250 acres lying in an 
island in Chowan River, nigh the old Indian Town, at the east end 
of the said island; July 17, 1730. 

Andrew Barron. Book III, page 6, April 5, 1720; 266 acres on 
Poplar Run. 

Orlando Champion. Book III, page 380, March 9, 1736; 120 acres 
northwest side Mattacomack Creek, adjoining upon his own land 
and that of the late Thomas Matthews. 

Francis Pugh. Book III, page 380, September 13, 17S7; 200 acres, 
east side Chowan River, where the Ferrv is kept; (Gates County). 

John Hodgson. Book III, page 409, February 21, 1738 ; 312 acres 
below Emperor Island, on Emperor Pocosin,on Chowan River, join- 
ing upon lands of George Capehart. 

Henry Bonner. Book III, page 420, November 22, 1738; 400 acres 
on the upper end of Cow Island, on the east side Bennett's Creek. 

William Lewis. Book III, page 168, August 14, 1723; 100 acres, 
adj )ining lanrii^ of Capt. John Alston. 

Richard Skinner. Bjok III, page 235, November 27, 1727; 356 
acres in Bear Swamp. 

Christopher Gale. Book 8, page 237, December 1, 1728; 185 
acres, adjoininaj the eastern line of the town of Edenton (now known 
as the Rope Walk, where the cotton factory is located) 

William Jones. Book III, page 235, 1727; 640 acres in Bear 
Swamp, adjoining land of Richard Skinner, James Thigpen and 
Samuel Patchett. 

John Jordan. Biok I, page 261, Mirch 9, 1717; 640 acres on 
Mos3y Swamp, joining upon lines of Elward Moseley and Moses 
Fox worth. 

John Evans. Book I, page 264, December 29, 1718; 400 acres, 
joining lands John Jordan, Jr., and Samuel Pagett. 

Richard Skinner. B >nk I, page 261, December 29, 1718; 400 
acres, called the Punch Bowl, near Bear Swamp (now Centre Hill in 
Chowan County). 

AND Genealogical Register. 13 

Rich«rd Skinner. Book I, page 265, December 29, 1718; 400 
aer€>:«, adjoining lands of \\m Woodley, on Bear Swamp. 

Henry Bonner. Book I, page 266, February 10, 1718 ; 350 acres 
east side Mattacomack Creek, joining upon lines of John Jones, and 
on Poplar Branch. 

David Ambrose. Book I, page 275, April 3, 1719; 140 acres on 
Rocky hock Creek. 

Joset h Btnnett. Book I, page 275, April 3, 1719; 150 acres on 
Rockyliock Creek. 

Samuel Patchet. Book I, page 276, April 2, 1710; 200 acres at 
MattacomBck Creek, on the head of John J(»nes' line. 

Ge:>rge Bromley. Book I, page 276, April 3, 1719;^1^0 acres on 
Timber Branch Pocosin, near Rockyhock Creek. 

Robert Stacey. Book I. page 280, August 6, 1719; 120 acres 
head of Matlacomack Creek, on a branch that runs into Edward 
Standing's swamp. 

Peter Jones. Book I, page 280, August 6, 1719; 170^acres on 
Yeopim Creek, the head of the Spring Branch. 

Wm. Charlton, Jr. Book I, page 282, August 3, 1719; 430 acres 
near the head of Mattacomack Creek, joining on lands of Charles 
Wilkins, Edward Moseley, and John Blount. (This tract was sold to 

John Lovick. Book I, page 283, November 11, 1719; 378 acres 
joining upon land of Thomas Clark, near Yoppim River. 

John Pagett Book I, page 290, November 11, 1719; 113 acres 
bead of Mattacomack Creek, joining upon lands of Henry Bonner 
and John Jones. 

Edward Moseley. Book I, page 294, November 11, 1719; 1,285 
acres between the lands of said Moseley, John Taylor, John Blount, 
Jeremiah Vail, and others. 

Edward Moseley. Book I, page 295, 1719; 400 acres on north 
side of Chowan River, joining upon lands of Thomas Gilbert. 

Charles Jordan. Book I, page 297, March 19, 1719; 640 acres 
adjoining lands of Samuel Pagett, Thomas Hicks, John Jordan, and 
James Farlow. 

John Porter. Book I, page 307, April 4, 1720; 300 acres on ye 
Creek Fork, in Yoppim River. 

Richard Moore Book 8, page 236, March 27, 1713; 130 acres 
northeast sicle Chowan River. 

Matthew Bryan. Book 8, page 225, April 2, 1714; 360 acres 
east side Rock v hock Creek. 

George Morby. Bjok 8, page 225, April 15,1714; south side 
Bear Swamp. 

L<»wrence Sarson, lapsed to Thomas Pollock. Book 8, page 
225, April 9, 1714 ; 408 acres on south side Bear Swamp. 

George Smith. Book 8, page 227, April, 1714; 312 acres on 
Peter Blade's Branch, called Gilly Cranky. 

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Thoraas Johnson. Book VIII, page 227, April, 1714; 157 acres 
on Poly Riilge. 

FiHneis Thornton. BmJc VIII, pa^e 2:53, September 9, 1714; 
640 acrts head of Bear Swamp, and on San<ly Run. 

James Waid. B ok Vlll, page 240; 108 acres on southwest side 
Y«»pi»im Kiver. 

John Norcombe. Book VIII, page 253; 450 acres on southwest 
side Yoppim Crt^ek. 

C .nrad Eichhorn. B(M.k VIII, page 255, 7th October, 17J4; 245 
acren east siiie Cnowan Rvtr, joniinji; upon landot L^wis Williams. 

Jtihn. Jon^s, la[»sed to Thomas Wdlianjs. B »• k VlH, pa^e 25H ; 
24S acres, j ining up(»n his laud and tliat of Sam Paine, July 27, 

Robert Ilieks. B )ok VIII, page 262, November 19, 1715; 237 
acres on Indian Town C'n < k. 

Rot)ert Hi. ks. Book VIII, page 2G2, November 19, 1715; 196 
acres on D ep Run and a branch of l\« ckyh' ck Cre« k. 

Robert Ilicks. Book Vlll, page 2*3, November 19, 1715; 490 
acres on Indian Town Cn * k 

Samuel P.iiciitrtt. Bo^k VIII, page 2t>3, October 19, 1715; 500 
acres in the fork of d T<>w»» Creek. 

Samuel Patchett. Book VIII. page 274, October 19, 1715; 300 
acres on the Pocosin of M^it leomack Cre» k. 

Samuel Patchett. B (►k Vill, page 204, October 19, 1715; 200 
acres j dning above grant. 

Jeremiah Symons. Book VIII, pHge 2»»4, August 16, 1716; 563 
acres, part whereof is the land whernon Jt*remial» Symons, Sr., lately 
lived, begins at a stump bv t'^e cretk. 

Thomns Williams. Book VIII, page 265, August 16, 1716; 3.S7 
acres on Deep Branch. 

Thomas Woodley. Book VIII, page 265, August 16, 1716; 68 
acres on line Perquimans and Ctiowan. 

Henry Clayton. B .ok VIII, page 266, August 16, 1716; 178 
acres, joining Uf»on land of Thorn is Clark, near Yoppim River. 

James Thigpen. B.>ok VIII, pa^e 2()7, August 16, 17 6; 640 
aor^^s, adjoining lands of Nathan Newby, Richard Skinner, and Thos. 

Hobert Wilson. Book VIII, page 267, August 16, 1716; 546 
acres on the Indian Town Creek. 

George Haughting. Book VIII. page 269, August 16, 1716 ; 364 
acr^s, adj dning lands of Edmund Poiter. 

Wm. Haughting. Bo>»k VIII, paije 270. August 16, 1716; 160 
acres, joining upon lines of Louis Williams, Col. Pollock, and Wm. 

Thos. Lewton, Jr. Book VIII, pBg*- 270, August 16, 1716; 388 
acres, joining upon lines of Robert West, John Blount and Wm. 

Daniel Atkins. Book VIII, page 271, August 16, 1716; 340 


AND Genealogical Registeb. 15 

acres adjoining lines of Jno. Jones, Devil's Woodyard, and Richard 

John P.ttiver. Book VIII, page 271, August 16, 1716; 640 acres 
at the head of Indian Town Creek. 

Thomas Bray. Book VIII, page 272, August 16, 1716; 610 acres 
in Rnekyhock neck. 

WilhMin Walslon. Book VIII, page 273; 640 acres on Bear 
SwHOip Creek. 

Joiio Petiiver. B xik VIII, page 282, February 18, 1711-'15 ; 263 
acies on Rnckyhock Creek. 

John Williams. B(H»k VIII, page 284, April 15, 1714 ; 600 acres 
on Hor-e Sr»ring Branch. 

Thomas Rountree. Book VIII, page 285, March 29, 1716; 320 
acres south side Catherine Creek. 

ThomHS Boyd. B.»ok VIII, page 286, December 29,1714; 278 
acres next ihe lower creek 

James Hooper. Bo(»k VIII, pape 291, January 19, 1715-'16 ; 300 
acres at m«iuth of Haw Branch and Long B'ancli. 

Henry Bonner. Book VIII. pnge 2^2 Januurv 19, 17^-16; 520 
acns on north Mde ot Mat'iicoinack Creek and Filherd Crei k. 

Richard Lewis. Book VIII, pngc- 293. Janu ry 19, I715-M6; 433 
acres, joining up>n laids ot Maj >r L utnn and Sunuel Patchett. 

Ddvid J^^ne». Bn.k VIII, page 294, July 19, 1715-16; 340 acres 
lanl on TindaJ Swamp. 

Ellenor JSHdIer. Book VIII, page 291, January 19, 17I5-M6; 252 
acref- on Mattacoinack Creek 8wamp, joining upon lands of E Iwaid 
Cliainpion and John Chandler. Parker. Bo k VIII, page 295, January 19, 1715-M6; 96 
acren, adjoiniig lands of Peter and Tljomas Parker, Samuel Berry- 
man and R'chard Sh« l^s. 

Thomns Jones B.»ok VIII, page 296, January 19, 1715-'16 ; 540 
acres in Bear Swamp. 

Thomas Gi heit. B »ok VIIL pape 297, January 19, 1715-^16; 
200 Hcres <»n Chii kapin Swamp and Flat Sw»mp. 

Samuel Patehett. Btmk VIII, page 297, January 19, 1715- 16; ' 
323 Hcres on TindaPs Swamn 

William Page't. Bo .k VHI, pagp 302, March 27, 1713; 250 acres 
on Chowan River, a«ij »ining lands of Charles Gavin and Patrick 

William Pagett. Book VIII, page 302, March 27, 1713; 50 acres, 
ac^j ining above tract. 

William Ci>peland. B >ok VIII, page 301 December 9, 1712; 
1,010 acres, adj dning to Sandy Run, Braver Dam Swamp and Bear 

Richard Sowell. Book VIII, page 304, December 9, 1712; 400arres 
on Indian Swamp, joining upon lines of J*hn Jordan, John White, 
Jr., and B«llards. 

John Jordan. Book VIII, page 304, December 9, 1712; 604 acres 

16 North Carolina Historical 

on Indian Town Swamp, adjoining lands of Richard Sowell and 
Cotton ^Robinson. 

Michael Brinkley. Book VIII, page 305, March 27, 1713; 175 
acres, adjoining lands of Thomas Rountree, Francis Rountree. 

William Thompson. Book VIII, page 305, April 1, 1713; 100 
acres between lines of Thomas Garrett and Rountree. 

William Hall. Book VIII, page 307. December 3, 1711; 325 
acres between ye said Hall and Francis Hedrick. 

Robert Wtst. Book VIII, page 115, January 24, 1716; 500 acres 
on north side Albemarle Sound, adjoining Sandy Point on the 

Henry Halstead and Henry Lawly. Book VIII, page 115, Octo- 
ber 9, 1716; 87 acres and 40 poles on the F<;rked Swamp. 

Joseph Wicker, Peter Parker and Jane Wicker. Book VIII, page 
115; 346 acres and 27 poles on the Beaver Dam Swamp, and Juni- 
per Swamp; October 9, 1716. 

John Reynolds. Book VIII, page 117, October 9, 1716; 180 acres, 
joining u[)on lines of Azaria Parker and Timothy Joys. 

Peter Jones. Book VIII, page 119, October 19, 1716; 150 acres 
on the head of Yoppim River. 

John Swain. Book VIII, page 122, October 19, 1716; 300 acres 
on the creek fork of Yoppim River. 

Daniel Ambrose. Book VIII, page 136, December 19, 1716; 175 
acres and 12 poles. No points given by which the tract can be 

James Blount, Sr. Book VIII, page 139, March 18, 1716; 440 
acres in the pocosin of Albemarle Sound and Mattacomack Creek. 

Edward Pagett. Book VIII, page 139, December 18, 1716; 640 
acres in Rocky hock Neck. 

Edward Howcott. Book VIII, page 143, February 15, 1716-7; 
400 acres in Rockvhock Neck. 

John Blount. Book VIII, page 143, March 30, 1717; 415 acres, 
adjoining lands of Matthew Brown, Richard Lewis and Nicholas 

James Halsey. Book VIII, page 145, March 26, 1717; 630 acres 
at the head of Spring Branch. 

Edward Mo^eley, lapsed to Samuel Swann. Book VIII, page 146, 
November 2, 1716. November 11, 1719; 640 acres on Indian Town 

James Farlo. Book VIII, page 147, April 17, 1717; 3fj0 acres on 
Indian T<»wn Creek. 

James Farlo. Book VIII, page 147, April 17, 1717; 640 acres on 
Indian Town Creek. 

Edward Moseley. Book VIII, page 150, April 15, 1717; 400 acres, 
joining upon Thomas Gilbert lines. 

William Branch. Book VIII, page 150, April 23, 1717; 292 acres 
on Mattacomack Creek and Bonner's Cove Creek. 

ThomasTates. Book VIII, page 153, July 20, 1717; 240 acres, 

AND Genealogical Register. 17 

adjoining lands of Edward Cockrel, David Atkins, Richard Lewis^ 
Major Luten, on the Beaver Dam branch. 

William Bonner. Book VIII. page 153, 1717; 580 acres at ye 
head of Filberts Creek (north of Edenton and adjoining town lands). 

Wm. Yates. Book VIII, page 154, July 20, 1717; 520 acres in 
Bear Swamp, adjoining lands of Samuel Patchett. 

John Marks. Book VIII, page 154, July, 20, 1717; 520 acres in 
Bear Swamp. 

Moses Foxworth. Book VIII, page 154, July 20, 1717; 240 acres, 
binding upon lands John Jordan, John Parker, and Thos. Parker. 

James Bates. Book VIII, page 155, July 20, 1717; 490 acres, join- 
ing upon lines of Francis Priggens, John Burketts, Thos. Speight 
and John Ward. 

Mary Porter. Book VIII, page 157, July 17,1717; 264 acres, bind- 
ing on lines of Henry Clayton, William Privitt, Thos. Clark, near 
Yoppim River. 

Samuel Patchett. Book VIII, page 159, July 20, 1717; 620 acres 
adjoining lands of Henry Lilse, on Cowhall Swamp. 

Thos. Bray, lapsed to Wm. Badham. Book VIII, page 163, July 
20, 1717 ; 640 acres south side Chinquapin. 

Thos. Bray. Book VIII, pHge 167, October 8, 1717; 617 acres on 
the Horse Pool Swamp and Gallberry Pocosin. 

Thomas Bray. Book VIII, page 165, 20th July, 1717; 640 acres 
on a branch of Chowan River. 

Phillip Walston. Book VIII, page 168, October 8, 1717; 640 
acres on Bear Swamp. 

William Jones. Book VIII, page 169, October 8, 1717; 308 acres, 
adjoining lands of Mary Jones, and Thomas West. 

Lazarus White. Book VIII, page 174, March 1, 171Q-'20; 250 
acres on Holly Creek Swamp. 

William Bennett. Book VIII, page 183, March 1, 1719-^20; 235 
acres at " ye country's line," and on ye river side " and meanders of 
ye river to first station." 

Patrick Eggerton. Book VIII, page 198, March 1, 1719-'20; 300 
acres, adjoining lands of Wm. Horton, and John Porter, on Yappim 

Cath Carlinton. Book VIII, page 198, March 1, 1718-'19; 380 
acres on ye Creek Fork Swamp, near Yoppim River. 

Wm. Bonner. Book VIII, page 204, March 1, 1719-20; 130 acres 
on Wallowing Root Swamp. 

Thomas Hoskins. Book VIII, page 204, March l,1719-'20; 300 
acres on northeast side Wallowing Root Swamp. 

Robt. Warburton. Book VIII, page 209, March 1, 1719-'20; 420 
acres binding on land of John Smithwick, James Frost, and Hicory 

Henry Bonner. Book VIII, page 212, March 1, 1719-'20; 340 
acres in Green Hall, joining upon Deep Run, and land of William 

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Henry Bonner. Book VIII, page 212, March 1, 1719-'20; 590 
acres at head of Tanyard Branch. 

William Havet. Book VIII, page 216, March 1, 1719-'-20; 519 
acres at the head of Yoppim, joining lands of Henry Clayton, and 
Wm. Privitt. 

William Horton. Book VIII, page 217, March 1, 1719-'20; 640 
acres in Yoppim Pocosin. 

William Woodward. Book VIII, page 217, March 1, 1719-*20; 
640 acres, adjoining lands of David Ambrose, Edward Patchett, Ed- 
ward Woodward, Caleb Stevens, and John Wyatt. 

Samuel Woodward. Book VIII, page 217; 640 acres in Rocky- 
hock Neck; March 1, 1719-'20. 

Thomas Williams. Book VIII, page 219, March 1, 1719; 415 
acres, joining upon lines of Matthew Bryan, Richard Lewis, Black- 
man, and Fallaws. 

Edward Moseley. Book II, page 281, October 29, 1725 ; 300 acres 
north side Albemarle Sound, joining upon said Moseley *8 lands, and 
John Benbury to the eastward. 

Edward Moseley. Book II, page 315, April 4, 1720; 400 acres in 
Rockyhock Neck. 

Edward Moseley. Book II, page 315, April 4, 1720; 678 acres, 
adjoining lands formerly Thomas Guillams, and Arnold White. 

Wm Skinner. Book IV, page 64, March 11, 1740; 600 acres, join- 
ing upon lines of Ephraim Hunter, and Robert Rogers. 

George Ribits. Book IV, page 68, March 11, 1740; 500 acres, ad- 
joining land of Patrick Lawler, on Bennett's Creek. 

Jeremiah Mitchener. Book 4, page 76, March 11, 1740; 143 
acres on Deep Run, near Francis Branch's land, and W. Bonner. (Sold 
to W. Bad ham). 

Henry King. Book IV, page 104, May 28, 1728; 541 acres on 
the Cypress Swamp, at a poplar in the branch, etc. 

Timothy Truelove. Book IV, page 86, March 10, 1740-'! ; 250 
acres on Yawpim River. 

William Arkill. Book IV, page 52, March 10, 1740-'l ; 250 acres, 
joining lands of Wm. Charlton, and Hoskins. 

Joseph Small. Book IV, page 200, March 21, 1743; 100 acres 
adjoining lands of John Lewis, near Cowhall Swamp. 

Henry King. Book IV, page 65, March 11,1741; 400 acres at 
the head of the Flat Cypress, in Holly Island. 

John Ward. Book IV, page 66, July 10, 1741; 400 acres in Bear 

William Harris. Book IV, page 171, March 1, 1742; 109 acres, 
adjoining lands of Wm. Rice, John Haslet, and John Sparkman. 

Samuel Johnston. Book IV, page 177, March 21, 1742; 400 acres, 
being an island in Chowan River, next to Joseph Parker. (Holla- 
day's Island). 

John Campbell. Book V, page 219, May 17, 1742; 300 acres on 
Heart Delights Pocosin, Turkey Swamp, and Beaver Dam Pocosin. 


AND Gbnbalogical Rboistbr. 19 

Francis Speight. Book IV, page 198, July 27, 1743; 640 acres on 
"west side Gum Swamp. 

Francis Speight. Book IV, page 198, July 27, 1743; 200 acres, 
adjoining previous grant. 

3am^ Craven. Book IV, page 201, December 24, 1744 ; 494 acres 
at the mouth of Rockyhock Creek. 

Peter Adams. Book 5, page 218, November 15, 1744; 500 acres, 
adjoining Timothy Truelove and Ming's lines. 

John Alston. Book V, page 219, April 11, 1745; 400 acres on 
Sarum Creek and Troy Swamp. 

George Walston. Book III, page 33, March 9, 1717; 284 acres 
on a branch of Deep Run and Bear Swamp. 

Mary Johnson. Book III, page 56, August, 1720 ; 350 acres, bind- 
ing on Thomas Johnson's line. 

John Jones. Book III, page 46, December 3, 1720; 600 acres on 
Timber Branch, near Rockyhock Creek. 

Adam Cockburn, lapsed to William Havett, December 3, 1720, 
August 1, 1727. Book III, page 47 ; 390 acres south side Meherrin 

Thomas Brown, Jr. Book III, page 30, March 9, 1720; 640 acres 
land in Chowan Precinct. 

Ralph Ballard. Book III, page 98, April 6, 1722; 528 acres east 
side Chowan River, 'twixt the river and Heirs Pocosin. 

Richard Barnes. Book III, page 118, March 29, 1723; 160 acres 
on the Pine Swamp on Chowan River. 

Thomas Jones. Book III, page 337, April 2, 1726 ; 503 acres, 
joining upon line of John Griffin, John Paine, G. Hobson, and Hill. 

Robert Rogers and Montfort Langston, Jr. August 4, 1723; 598 
acres, near Rogers* Pocosin, joining upon John Pipkin and Thomas 
Peylant's land. 

Robert Thompson (by authority will of his grandfather, Robert 
Fullerton). December 30, 1749; 340 acres laud on the Beaver Dam 
Swamp, joining upon lines of John Jones, the Timber Swamp, ihe 
DeviTs Woodyard, and Richard Lewis. 

Orlando Champion. Book IX, page 114, March 9, 1736; 120 acres 
north side Mattacomack Creek. 

John Champion. Book IX, page 251, September 17, 1737; 300 
acres south side Stoping Creek. 

Joseph John Alston. Book X, page 63, April 11, 1745; 400 acres 
on Sarum Creek and Troy Swamp. 

Peter Adams. Book X, 63, November 15, 1744; 500 acres, join- 
ing upon lines of Timothy Truelove, and Ming. 

John Cam{)bell. Book 10, page 64, November 17, 1743; 300 
acres on Chowan River, opposite the lands he holds in Bertie County. 

Jacob Odom. Book IX, page 233, February 21, 1738; 640 acres 
north side Gum Swamp. 

Jacob Odom. Book IX, page 233, February 21, 1738; 212 acres 
on the River Pocosin, joining his own lines. 

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Galium Ross. Book IX, page 233, February 21, 1738 ; 2,003 acres 
on the north side of the Gum Swamp binding on Adams* lines. 

Joseph Winn. Book X, page 69, April 10, 1745; 95 acres at the 
mouth of Muddy Creek. 

Christopher Butler. Book XI, page 99, March 25, 1749 ; 55 acres 
called Thomas Williams* Folly, near the Albemarle Sound. 

Christopher Butler. Book XI, page 100, March 26, 1749; 130 
acres called White's Old Field, on the side of Albemarle Sound, 
joining upon David Pratt*s land. 

John Freeman. Book XI, page 101, June 20, 1749; 898 acres at 
the mouth of Beef Creek and Bennett's Creek. 

William Hoskins. Book XI, page 102, March 25, 1749 ; 225 acres 
on Wallowing Root Swamp. 

Charles Haughton. B )ok XI, page 102, December 20, 1748; 22 
acres joining upon lines Charles Wilkens, Col. Moseley, and land 
formerly Pearce's. 

Robert Knight. Book XI, page 103, January 5, 1749; 133 acres 
joining upon lines of Kalh Langston, Mr. Skinner, and Jacob Odom. 

Jacob Odom. Book XI, page 103, March 25, 1749 ; 262 acres, an 
island in Cypress Swamp. 

Robert Hardy. Book XI, page 102, January 30, 1755 ; 408 acres 
east side Chowan River, near Francis Pugh's Ferry. 

George Piland. Book XI, page 104, February 2, 1753; 930 acres 
on Sarum Swamp. 

John Wallis. Book XI, page 106, March 25, 1752 ; 321 acres on 
Poly Bridge Swamp, joining upon lines of Luke White, Samuel 
Woodward, and Capt. Heran. 

Charles Rountree. Book XI, page 104, December 5, 1754; 120 
acres between his own land, and James Sumner's. 

Evan Skinner. Book XI, page 104, September 7, 1761 ; 381 acres 
in B^ar Swamp. 

William Simpson. Book XI, page 105, September 7, 1761 ; 251 
acres binding on Evan Skinner's line. 

Jesse Bunch. Book XI, page 100, May 11, 1757; 720 acres on 
east side Chowan River, joining upon lands of Thos. Hubbard, Wm. 
Lewis, and Shadrack Bunch. 

Robert Lassiter. Book XI, page 103, January 5, 1767; 563 acres 
between Watry Swamp, and his own lands, joining lauds of George 
Lassiter, and John Mizell. 

John Benbury. Book XI, page 99, August 21, 1758; 270 acres on 
both sides main road, joining upon lands of Beasley, and Butler. 

Epaphroditus Benton. Book XI, page 9^, December 16, 1758; 
175 acres on Moses Hall's Pocosin. 

Moses Mizell. Book XI, page 103, January 2, 1759; 470 acres 
near Cypress Branch. 

Moses Mizell. Book XI, page 103, January 2, 1769 ; 420 acres 
on Horse Pool Swamp, near Cypress Branch. 

Abram Hill Book XI, page 101, April 4, 1759; 174 acres at the 
head of the Loosing Swamp. 

AND Genealogical Register. 21 

Edward Trotman. Book XI, page 105, January 3, 1759; 240 
acres on the drains of Meherrin Swamp. 

John Warhurton. Book XI, page 106, August 8, 1759 ; 123 acres 
lying in the Pocosin on pouih gide Perquimans road, adjoining lands 
of John Blount, and John Harlow. 

Edward Arnell. Book XI, page 98, September 11, 1761; 123 
acres joining upon land of Epaphroditus Benton. 

Ann Anderson. Book XI, page 233, May 27, 1762; 313 acres 
southeast side Mattacomaek Creek, between Filbert Creek, and a 
small branch joining Thomas Burns' line, and McWrath's land. 

Julius Bunch. Book XI, page 99, September 7, 1761; 383 acres 
on Beaver Dam Swamp, adjoining Samuel Palchett's line. . 

Mosco Eason. Bi>ok XI, page 101, June 14, 1761 ; (acres not 
stated) on the White Oak Spring Marsh. 

Robert Powell. Book XI, page 104, July 30, 1762; 298 acres on 
the swamp. 

William Walton. Book XI, page 105, 22d January, 1763 ; 341 
acres on Stafford's Branch. 

George Bains. Book XXVIII, page 365, March 1, 1780; 54 acres, 
near the place called the Creek Fork, on Yoppin.River. 

William Boyd. Book XXVIII, page 366, March 1, 1780; 187i 
acres, adjoining upon lines of Julius Bunch, and Thomas Newby. 

Joseph Creecy. Book XXVIII, page 364, March 5, 1780; 600 
acres, on Yeopim Pocosin, adjoining lands of James Ming, and Ward. 

Evan Skinner. Book XXVIII, page 367, March 5, 1780; 130 
acres in Bear Swamp. 

Thomas Ward. Book XXVIII, page 363, March 1, 1780; 65 acres 
in the fork of the Beaver dam, adjoining lands of Charles Wilkins, 
at the head of Bonner's mill-pond. 

Thomas Bonner. Book XLVI, page 326, October 28, 1782; 38 
acres near Edenton, joining upon lands of Wm. Bonner, Liles, Cof- 
field, and Wm. Badham. 

William Badham. Book XLVI, page 327, October 28, 1782 ; 640 
acres joining upon lines of Thomas Bonner, Henry Bonner, Blount 
and Standin, George Bains, and Wm. Hoskins. 

Richard Hoskins. Book XLVI, page 327, 28th October, 1782; 
116^ acres in Green Hall. 

Abel Miller. Book XLVI, page 325, 28th October, 1782; 164 
acres on Tindal Swamp. 

John Price. Book XLVII, page 306, August 18, 1783; 372 acres 
in Green Hall. 

James Price. Book XLVII, page 307, August 18, 1783; 332 acres 
in Green Hall. 

William Roberts. Book XLVII, page 306, August 18, 1783; 259 
acres in Green Hall, on Cowhall Swamp. 

George Bains, Sr. Book XLV, page 277, October 11, 1783; 100 
acres in Thick Neck, at the head of Yoppin River Beaver D im. 

George Bains, Sr. Book XLV, page 277, October 11, 1783; 800 

22 North Carolina Historical 

acres, running along on the Perquimans line on Yoppin River 

George Bains, Jr. Book XLV, page 278, October 11, 1783; 300 
acres joining on lands of VVra. Hoskins, and Standin. 

John Webb. Book XLVII, page 308, August 18, 1783; 66 acres 
on south side Yoppin River. 

Shadrack Buncb. Book XLIX, page 306, 1782; 553 acres in 
Green Hall, joining on lines of Julius Bunch, and Bond. 

Charles Haughton. Book XLIX, page 303, October 28, 1782; 
238 acres in Yoppin Poco3in, joining upon lines of Jonathan Haugh- 
ton, Charlton, Paget, and Blount. 

Charles Haughton. Book XLIX, page 304, August 8, 1782; 640 
acres in the Tussocks, adjoining lands of General Benbury, Norcom, 
Pettijohn, Jacob Simmons, and Joseph Blount. ?^ f'ifl 

John Norcom. Book XLIX, page 305, October 28, 1782; 520 
acres; ancient survey by Jacob Butter, begins at Jno. Norcom's and 
Argyle Simons' corner, a red oak, joining upon lands of John 
Baptist Beasley. 

Zachariah Webb, Sr. 1782. Book XLIX, page 305; 173 acres 
south side Yoppim River. 

William Boyd. Book LVI, page 261, November.l, 1784; 65 acres 
in Rockyhock Neck. 

George Bains, Jr. Book LVI, page 262, November 1, 1784; 500 
acres on the head of a branch of Queen Ann's Creek, adjoining lands 
of Henderson Standing, Wm. Hopkins, and Wm. Badham. 

Joseph Creecy. Book LVI, page 261, November 1, 1784; 60 acres 
southeast side Yoppim River. 

Jonathan Haughton. Book LVI, page 261, November 1, 1784; 
173 acres south side Yoppim River. 

Jacob Simons. Book LVI, page 262, November 1, 1784 ; 42 acres 
adjoining lands of John Baptist Beaslev, Halsey, and Pettijohn. 

Thomas Ward. Book LVI, page 262, November 1,U784;:113 
acres at the head of Yoppim River Swamp. ^^ r;:^ 

Edmund Blount. Book LXII, page 144, November 15, 1787; lot 
121, old plan town of Edenton; escheated property of Thomas 

William Bennett. Book LXII, page 314; lots Nos. 16 and* 17, 
town of Edenton ; escheated property of Benj. Ellison; April 15,1794. 

Michael Payne. Book LXII, page 140, November 15, 1787; lot 
No. 98, new plan town of Edenton; escheated property of Clark <fe 

William Littlejohn. Book LXII, page 141; lot 204, new plan 
town of Edenton; escheated property of John Henly; November 15, 

John Mare. Book LXII, pages 147 and 149; lots 119 and 120, 
old plan town of Edenton; escheated property of Thomas Wright; 
November 15, 1787. 

Dr. Frederick Ramcke. Book LXII, page 143; lot 201, new plan, 

AND Genealogical Register. 23 

and lot 202, old plan town of Edenton; escheated property of John 
Henley; November 15, 1787. 

John Pous. Book LXII, pa^e 146; lots 50 and 51, town of Eden- 
ton; escheated property estate Henly; November 15, 1787. 

William Roberts. Book LXII, page 146, November 15, 1787; 118 
acres on the edge of Mattaeomack Creek Swamp ; escheated properly 
of John Henly. 

William Borritz. Book LXII, page 148, November 15, 1787; lot 
No. 205, new plan town of Edentoo; escheated property estate John 

Michael Payne. Book LXII, page 148, November 15, 1787; lot 
No. 97, new plan town of Edenton; escheated property estate Clark 
& Wier. 

Josiah Collins. Book LXI, page 23, December 14, 1785; 1,120 
acres, adjoining lands of Henderson Standing, Wm. Hoskins, Joseph 
Creecy, Ming and Ward, George Bains, Charles Wilkius. 

William Cahoon. Book LXV, page 352, August 10, 1786; 250 
acres in Green Hall, adjoining lines of Richard Hoskins, Benj. 

William Boyd. Book LXIX, page 201; 154 acres joining upon 
lines of Bunch, John Bond, George Molton, Wm. Boyd and Gundelow 

Ishmael Bunch. Book LXXIII, page 282, December 10, 1790; 42 
acres between Sandy Ridge road, and Bear Swamp. 

Ishmael Bunch. Book LXXXI, page 262, November 27, 1793; 
300 acres near the head of Cowhall Swamp. 

Micajah Blanchard. Book LXXIII, page 283, December 10, 
1790; 567 acres on Warwick Swamp (3u0 acres held by patent 
dated October 1, 1713). 

Elisha Parker. Book LXXIII, page 281, December 10, 1790; 
292 acres southeast side Ballard's Bridge. 

Malachi Halsey. Book LXXIII, page 281, December 10,1790; 
176 acres in Rockyhock Neck. 

William Jackson. Book LXXIII, page 280, December 10, 1790; 
59 acres in Bear Swamp. 

Josiah Jones. Book LXXIII, page 282, December 10, 1790; 66 
acres in Rockyhock Neck. 

Malachi Miller. Book LXXIII, page 283, December 10, 1790; 
195 acres on the east side of Chowan River, beginning at Lake 
Branch, joining upon lands of Samuel PopheUton. 

Benjamin Coffield. Book LXXIII, page 280, December 10, 1790; 
150 acres land in Green Hall, near Cowhall Swamp. 

James Roberts. Book LXXIII, page 279, December 10, 1790; 
125 acres, part Bear Swamp, part Sandy Ridge. 

Josiah Small. Book LXXIII, page 280, December 10, 1780; 70 
acres west side Cowball Swamp. 

Nathan Parker. Book LXXIV, page 252, November 24, 1790; 
50 acres east side Chowan River at Stumpy Creek. 

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Jonathan Boulton. Book LXXVIII, page 421, March 4. 1793; 
490 acres near Rockyhock Creek. 

Isaac Bains. Book LXXVIII, page 422, March 14, 1793; 500 acres 
north of the Long Bridge, and west of the oak lands on Perquimans 

Henderson Luten. Book LXXVIII, page 422, March 4,1793; 
250 acres on Chowan River, joining Miller's lands. , 

CuUen Bunch. Book LXXVIII, page 608; 299 acres on Rocky- 
hock Creek Swamp; November 27, 1792. 

Charles Powell. Book LXXVIII, page 518, November 27, 1792; 
35 acres on South Branch Swamp and Reedy Branch, near Warwick 

Samuel Hoskins. Book LXXVIII, page 519, November 27, 1792; 
150 acres on southernmost side Mattaeomack Creek, a little above 
Long Bridge. 

Henry Champion. Book LXXXIII, page 44, July 9, 1794; 664 
acres near Edenton, on west side of Crisp's Creek, and known as 

Richard Hoskins. Book LXXXIII, page 47, July 9, 1794; 60 acres 
in Green Hall. 

James Jones. Book LXXXI, page 262, November 27, 1793; 41 
acres on Chiuquepin Ridgp, adjoining lands of Henderson Standing. 

Masun Miller. Book LXXXI, page 262, November 27, 1793; 108 
acres on Tindal Swamp. 

Reuben Small. Book LXXXI, page 261, November 27, 1793 ; 88 
acres in Green Hall. 

George Bains, Jr. Book LXXXIII, page 42, July 9, 1794; 395 
acres northeast side Chowan River, adjoining lands of Michael 
Wilder, and Stephen Cabarrus. 

George Bains, Jr. Book LXXXIII, page 43, July 9, 1794; 300 
acres near Chinquepin Ridge, arijoming lands of Lemuel Standin, 
Joshua Johnson, and James J mes. 

John Norcom. Book LXXXIII, page 187, January 1, 1795 ; 1,000 
acres in Green Hall, at the head of Paradise Swamp. 

Dr. Andrew Knox. Book CXXII, page 102, December 30, 1805; 
80 acres on the north side of the ea«t prong. 

Benjamin Small. Book LXXXIII, page 42, July 9, 1794; 100 
acres in Green Hall. 

Edward Welch. Book LXXXIII, page 45, July 9, 1794 ; 69 acres 
joining upon lines Jacob Cullen^, and Josiah Copeland. 

James Roberts. Book LXXXIII, page 46, July 9, 1794 ; 6 acres 
in Rockyhock Neck. 

Benjamin Small. Book LXXXIII, page 46, July 9,1794; 165 
acres at the head of Cowhall Swamp. 

Lemuel Oreecy. Book XCV, page 46, November 27, 1797 ; 2,000 
acres on or near the Perquimans line, joining upon the lands of 
John Norcom, Thompson, Ishmael Bunch, Shadrrtck Bunch, now 
Wm. Ford's, Samuel Pagett's patent, now Jackson's, Jacob Goodwin's 

AND Genbalogical Rbgister. 25 

patenty Parker's grant, Bennett Butler and Branch's patent, Job 
Branch, George and Isaac Bains. 

Nathan Lassiter. Book LXIX, page 348, November 1, 1786 ; 216 
acres easternmost side Chowan River, adjoining lands of Job Parker 
and Michael Bond. 

Selby Harney. Book LXIX, page 348; lot No. 1, town of Eden- 
ton ; October 24, 1786. 

Henderson Standing. Book XCV, page 47, December 8, 1797 ; 
449 acres at the head of Queen Anne's Creek, 250 acres of which was 
granted Will Arkill 10th March, 1740. 

William Winslow. Book CXXII, page 331, June 10,1805; 58 
acres on Old Town Creek. 

Nathan Jordan. Book CXXH, page 331, July 30, 1807 ; 8 acres 
on the Mill Swamp. 

Edward Blanchard. Book CXVH, page 67, November 21, 180S; 
136 acres adjoining lands of Jacob Cullens, Widow Welch, Elisha 
Hunter, and Mary Smith. 

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(Taken from the Secretary of State's office, Raleigh, N. C. Executed and pro- 
bated prior to 1760. All wills probated before 1760 were filed with the Secretary 
of the Colony and recorded by him. Not until after 1760 were the wills recorded 
in the counties where the testator lived. This list is alphabetically arranged for 
the convenience of the reader.) 

John Andrews, of Rowan County. October 3, 1756; wife Agnes, 
children James, John and Janet. 

Thomas Andras, of Bertie County. March 31, 1737; Robert Bell. 

James Ansell. September 12, 1738; probated April 1, 1740; John 
Ansell, daughter Sarah Roberts, grandson James Roberts. 

Simon Alderson. Probated December Court, 1740; eldest son Levi, 
daughter Sarah, son John, daughter Elizabeth, wife Elizabeth ; men- 
tions a sawmill in his will. 

John Allen. July 9, 1736; probated August, 1736; wife Elizabeth, 
son William, son Richard, daughter Martha, daughter Catharine, 
daughter Margaret. 

John Ardene. 1712; kinsman Wm. Duckinfield. 

Lawrence Arnold. December 14, 1690 ; son John, wife, Lawrence 

Joseph Abington. January 2, 1734-5 ; probated July Court, 1735 ; 
son William, daughter Mary, Henry Wood executor. 

Richard Asbell. Executed September 15, 1695; wife, daughter 
Mary, child in essBy all my children, Wm. Privett, and Wm. Charl- 
ton. (Note. — Chowan names.) 

Jabez Alford, of Chowan. July 9, 1705; George Taylor, Esayah 

John Arnold (Perquimans County). April 11, 1735; probated 
July 21, 1735; son John, daughter Elizabeth, daughter Sarah, wife 
Elizabeth. • 

Elizabeth Anderson. November 5, 1732; probated December 24, 
1733; son James, son Carolus, daughter Elizabeth Pitman, daughter 
Elizabeth Anderson, Elizabeth Pitman's son, Wm. Anderson, daugh- 
ter Sarah Anderson, granddaughter Elizabeth Anderson, grand- 
daughter Sarah Anderson. 

Abraham Adams. December 18, 1734; son James Adams, son 
Joseph, wife Anne, daughter Sarah. 

John Baptista Ashe. November 2, 1731 ; codicil October 16, 1734; 
probated November 15, 1740; son Samuel, son John, daughter Mary, 
brother Samuel Swann. 

Peter Avelin. March 14, 1710; probated November 1, 1712; sons 
Henry, Peter and John, daughter Anne. 

Dr. George Allen, of E lenton. Son Arthur, daughter Ann Allen, 
Wm. Buck wood; probated March 3, 1734. 

James Adams. February 17, 1733; probated July, 1734; son 
Abraham, son James, son Emanuel, son John, son Thomas, daugh- 
ter Martha, daughter Rachel, daughter Mary, child of Rachel, 


Abraham Adams. Son Abraham, son Richard, son William, son 
Willoby, wife Barthia; March 13, 1733; probated March 27, 1734. 

Mary Albertson. Son Albert Albertson, granddaughter Mary Al- 
bertson, grandson John Albertson, my granddaughter Eh'zabeth Al- 
bertson, son Nathaniel Albertson, his daughter Elizabeth; January 
10, 1720-1. 

William Armour, of Pasquotank. Thomas Armour son of Eliza- 
beth, my wife Elizabeth Armour, Ashley Evans, son Theophilus 
Armour, my mother, Robert Armour, John Armour, Ann Meads, 
Wm. Brothers youngest child; December 13,1719; probated Janu- 
ary 25, 1719-'20. 

Simon Alderson. January 9, 1712-*3; son Simon, daughter Jane 
Averidge, daughter Elizabeth Martin, wife Elizabeth Alderson. 

John Askew. October 18, 1712; brother Nicholas Askew, son 
William, son Joseph, daughters Sarah, Nelly. and Mary, brother ' 
Nicholas Askew executor. 

Richard Barefield. May 1, 1754; probated January 19,1755; 
son Henry, son Jesse, daughter Mary, granddaughter Eliz Taylor, 
daughter Ann Grady, daughter Catharine Taylor. 

William Benbury, of Chowan. April Court, 1755; wife Bridgett, 
SOD Edmund, son William, (brother John), son John, son Joseph, 
son James, son Miles, daughter Sarah. 

Thomas Bonner, llth November, 1755; April Court, 1756, pro- 
bated; son Thomas, daughter Esther More, son Henry, daughter 
Elizabeth, daughter Anna Byrde, daughter Sarah Wharton, wife 

John Baker, of Bertie County. April 23, 1756; daughter Mary, 
daughter Jude Baker, daughter Selah Baker, son Joshua, wife Mary. 

James Brent, of Currituck. February 7, 1753 ; April Court, 1753, 
probated; son Richard, daughter Ann, child in esse, wife Kesiah. 

George Boswell, of Perquimans. Son George, son Isaac, daughter 
Ezebel; January 7, 1741. 

Henry Bonner, of Chowan. Son Henry, son Thomas, grandson 
Richard Lewis, daughter Elizabeth Lewis, daughter Deborah, 
daughter Mary, granddaughter Sarah Lewis, granddaughter De- 
borah Lewis; September 1, 1738. 

John Boyd, of Pasquotank. Eldest son William, son Thomas, 
daughter Elizabeth, daughter Winnifred, wife Ann Boyd; January 
29, 1741 ; probated July Court, 1742. 

Thomas Brown, of Wilmington. Wife Fortune, daughters Eliza- 
beth and Isabel, brother John; July 16, 1748; probated May 10, 1748. 

Edward Bryan, of Bertie or Hertford. Eldest son John, son Wil- 
liam, son EJdward, daughter Penelope, wife Ann Bryan, loving 
brother Hardy Bryan, brother Lewis Bryan ; speaks of lots in New 
Bern; January 28, 1746; probated May 9, 1746. 

James Brickell. April 22, 1746; probated June Court, 1746; 
daughter Ann, son James, daughter Mary, son of Elizabeth Grey, 
daughter Charity. 

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*Simon Bryan, of Bertie. Wife Ann, brother Edward Bryan, son 
David Bryan, property to my children by death (f their brother 
John Armour, if child in esse to share equally with others. 

William Bryan, of Craven County. December 12, 1746; proba- 
ted June, 1747; wife Ann, children William, Elizabeth, Lewis, John, 
Anne, Jesse, brother Josepli; son William and wife Ann executors. 

Lewis Bond, of Chowan. February 22, 1753; probated April 
Court, 1753; son Richard, son William, son John, daughters Sarah 
and Elizabeth, wife Rebecca; brother-in-law Richard Bi»nd executor. 

fSarah Blackall,of Edenton. January 29, 1754; probated April 
Cburt, 1754 ; daughter Sarah Rowden, daughter Penelope, daughter 

Henry Bray. September 20, 1745; probated June Court, 1758; 
son William, son Christopher, son John, son George, son Henry, son 
Daniel, son Jeremiab, son Caleb, son Jacob, daughter Mary Shaw, 
daughter Sarah Squires, daughter Elizabeth Forbes. 

Richard Bright. February 20, 1733-4; probated 1st July, 1740; 
son Richard, son Hanson, son S <)lomon, son William, son James, 
son Samuel, daughter Ann Cox, daughter Elenor Etheridge, daugh- 
ter Edee Bright. 

:t:Henry Lawrence Bate, of Bertie. 12th May, 1740 ; son Augus- 
tine, child in esse^ wife Martha, brother Humphrey Bate, sister Ann 
Bate, honored mother Sanders, wife Martha and brother Humphrey 
Bate Executors. Witnesses, Will Cathcart, Henry Hunter, Sarah 

Inventory estate of James Blount, filed September 16, 1751, by Har- 
man Hill, JExecutor. 

* Note by Editor.— Simon was the son of Lewis Bryan and his wife, Elizabeth 
Hunter, wlio came with his father into Bertie County, N. C, from Surry County, 
Va., in 1713. Whom he first married has not yet been ascertained. Married 
second Elizabeth Armour, widow of John Armour and daughter of David Bailey, 
of Pasquotank. He lived in Pasquotank until after the death of his second wife, 
and then married Anne Jacoeks, widow of Charles Worth Jacocks, of Bertie 
County. She was Anne West before her marriage to Jacocks. There was one 
son, Simon, by the first marriage ; three children. David, Joseph and Winnefred, 
by the second marriage, John Armour being a half brother to the last-named 
children. Have not been able to find the names of any children by the last mar- 
riage. Can any reader give me the full list of this family ? The brother Edward 
referred to married Martha West, daughter of Thomas West and Martha Blount, 
his wife Martha being the daughter of John Blount and wife, Elizabeth Davis, 
who were married in 1695. Edward Br^an lived in Bertte County, and died 
there in 1762. His will is on record at Windsor, N. C, and was executed March 
14. 1761. Mentions wife Martha, daughter Mary (married George Lockhart), 
daughter Martha (died unmarried), daughter Elizabeth (died unmarried), 
daughter Ann (married James Ryan), daughter Sarah ( married Thomas Baker), 
son Thomas (died unmarried), daughter Janet (married Hardy Hill, son of 
Michael, son of Nathaniel, son of Isaac), son Edward (died unmarried) — child in 
€88*" — Winnefred (married George Durant Reed). 

f Note.— Widow of Dr. Abraham Blackall. 

JNoTK. — Wife Martha was the daughter of Thomas Whitmell, and his wife, Eliz- 
abeth Hunter Bryan, daughter of Lewis Bryan, and his wife. Elizabeth Hunter. 
Martha Bate married second John Hill, of Bertie County who died in 1762. His will, 
recorded in Bertie County, mentions the following persons : Son Whitmell Hill, 
daughter Elizabeth (who married Jonathan Jacobs II), daughter Mary (married 

Pugh), daughter Winifred ( ), daughter Sarah, son Harry, child 

in esse ; Wm. Gray and Wm. Williams Executors. Witnesses, WiU Cathcart, 
David Standley, Elizabeth Whitmell. 

AND Genealogical Register. 29 

Benjamin Blount, Sr., of Tyrrell County. February 13, 1739 ; 
probated Juhp, 1740; wife Elizibeth, son James, son Jacob, s^n 
Isaac, daughter Esther, son Edmund, daughter Mary, daughter 
Sarah, son Benjamin. 

Samuel Bundy, of Pasquotank. January 6. 1T37; probated July 
Court, 1740; friend Thos Nicholson, cousin Samuel Buiuly, wife 
Anne, son Josiah, son Gideon, son Abraljam, daughter Jane Pike 
wife of Benjamin Pike, son William, son Jeremiah. 

Francis Branch, of Chowan. November 14,1739; probated De- 
ceml>er 4, 1739; Phillip Maguire, land in Rockyhoek N^ck 100 
acres, son William Branch, son Issachar, daughter Sarali Donovan, 
wife Ann Branch; Will Arkill and Wm. Luien Executors. 

John Battle, of Bertie County. April 22, 1740 ; pro'mted May 
Court 1740; son William, son Jesse, daughters Priscilla and Sarah, 
child in esse, brother Wm. Battle, wife Sarah Battle, John Brown, 
brother to my wife. 

Joseph Bellman, of Perquimans County. July 10, 1740, October, 
1740, probated; wife Mary, daughter Sarah 

Henry Bright. Probated October Court, 1739 ; son Adam, 
daughter Levinah Upton, wife Elizabeth. 

William Badham, of Chowan October 28, 1736; Ellen, daugh- 
ter of Martha Dunston, relict of John Dunston, born at E^lenton 
August 1, 1733, land I bought of Wm. Willson; 240 acres, adjoin- 
ing Orlando Champion, to her sister Mary, born June 6, 1735, wife 
Martha, Barnaby Stetz Dunston, Richard William Dunston, Arthur 
Laporte son of John Laporte. 

John Ballard, of Chowan. July 12, 173^; probated November 
26, 1736; wife Mary, daughter in-law Sarah, daughter Ann Ballard ; 
John Lewis and Jolin Jones Executors. 

Robert Bond. Son Francis, daughter Mary Goodall, John Good- 
all, daughter Sarah Bond, daughter Elizabeth Bond, daughter Mar- 
tha Bond. 

*Henry Baker, of Chowan. January 9,1737; probated May 1,1739; 
son Henry, son John, son Blake, daughter Mary, daughter Sarah, 
son David, daughter Ruth, son Zadock, wife Ruth, brothers Will- 
iam, James and Lawrence Baker. 

John Boyii, of Chowan. October 9, 1737; July Court, 1737, pro- 
bated ; wife Lydia, children William, Anne, Marion and Lydia. 

John Bonde. Wife Katharine, son Charles, brother Thos. Bonde; 
18' h May, 1738; probated August 25, 1738. 

Thomas Beezley. April 15, 17o3; probated July 3, 1733; son 
John, wife Elizabeth, son Thomas. 

Samuel Beesley. November 13, 1735; John Beesley, Mary Bees- 

*NoTB. — Ruth Baker was the daughter of Edmund Chancy, of Pasquotank 
County. Division of his estate in 1750, between his heirs as follows : John Ba- 
ker, Mary DeGraffenried, Blake Baker, Ruth Baker, Sarah Baker, Zadock 

30 North Carolina Historical 

ley, brother Francis, grandmother, brother James Beesley, Jamee 

Richard Brown. April 8, 1734; probated May Court, 1736; son 
Daniel, son Richard, son William, son James, son Stephen, daugh- 
ter Elizabeth Howcott, daughter Margaret Brown, wife Margaret. 

Stephen Burgess. January 21, 1735-6; probated April 13, 1736; 
son Thomas, son Stephen, son David, wife Elizabeth. 

Walter Brown, of Bertie County. October 17,1735; February 
Court, 1736 ; son Josiah, cousin Jesse Drake, wife Mary, child in esse. 

William Boyce. August 30, 1688; wife Ann. 

John Barber, of Pasquotank. June 11, 1692; Ann Boyce, wife of 
Wm Boyce, Executrix. 

Nathaniel Batts. Dead ; no will ; Joseph Chew married his widow 
and administratrix; James Blount surety; November 5, 1679. 

John Bentley. October 15, 1695; brother Richard, cousin Eliza- 
beth Leary daughter of Cornelius Leary, and Mary his wife; John 
Williams and Roger Williams, sons of my brother-in-law Jenkius 
Williams; child in esse; brother-in-law Wm. Barrow. 

Edward Bays. August 3, 1696; wife Mary, son John, daughter 
Elizabeth, daughter Mary, daughter Ann. 

John Bryant, of Edgecombe. September 14, 1734; probated May, 
1735; wife Elizabeth, son William Bryant, son Arthur, Daniel Hop- 
per, friend John Pope. 

Thomas Blount, of Kendricks Creek, Tyrrell County. August 4, 
1701; "wife Mary Blount and all my children." 

William Boyce. December 1, 1703; Robert Bradley, of Prince 
George, Maryland; gold ring to Mrs. Juliana Laker, my Executrix; 
Col. William Wilkinson*s wife, James Stoddart, of Prince George, 
Maryland; his wife, John Coble, Peter Godfrey, Mrs. Joanna Taylor. 

William Bryto. June 11, 1703; mother Mary, of Yarmouth 
County, of Norfolk, England ; brother Robert, Mrs. Juliana Laker. 

John Buck. June 27, 1710; sonsin-law Samuel Barber and Ja- 
cob Barber, wife Ann Buck. 

Richard Bright. No date; son Ephraim, son William, wife Eliza- 
beth, my daughters. 

John Brothers, of Pasquotank. November 28, 1733; probated 
April, 1785; sons Joseph, William, John. Samuel and Thomas, 
daughter Elizabeth, son Richard, wife Mary. 

James Bright. March 27, 1735; wife Ann. 

Thomas Batters. November 29, 1733; probated January 11, 1734; 
wife Dorcas, daughter Mary, daughter Diana. 

William Boswell. 1st day, 12 h month, 1734-'5; probated Feb- 
ruary, 1735 ; wife Margaret, daughter of Christopher Nicholson, son 
Thomas, son John, son Ichabod, daughter Mary. 

James Burns, of Bertie County. January 8, 1733; probated March 
31, 1735; wife Elizabeth, son-in-law John Wynns, grandson George 
Augustus Wynne, son-in-law CuUiner Sessoms, daughter Mary 

A*ND Genealogical Register. 31 

Wynn, daughter Elizabeth Early, grandson James Early, James 
Barke, William Burke, John Askew, goddaughter Martha Davis. 

Moses Baros. January 7, 1733; probated March, 1733-4; Mary 

John Browning. 29th April, 1723; probated September 4, 1733; 
wife Margaret, son John, daughter Elizabeth, daughter Dorcas. 

William Barclift. July 25, 1733; probated February 19, 1733-^4; 
son William, wife Sarah. 

James Bryan, of Bertie, north side of Meherrin. All my children ; 
May 2, 1733-'4. 

John Bass. January 18, 1732; February Court, 1732; son Ed- 
ward, son William, grandson Aaron Johnston, daughter Judith, 
daughter Sarah Anderson, daughter Lucy Bass, daughter Mary, son 
Aaron, daughter Patience, son Moses, son John, wife, last wife's chil- 

Joseph Ballard. July 21, 1729; probated October 14, 1729; wife, 
SOD Joseph, daughter Martha, daughter Susannah, son Elisha, son 
Elias, daughter Hester. 

Stephen Burgess. December 19, 1729; probated January 13, 
1729-'30; to eldest son Stephen Beach Ridge, son Thomas, wife 
Elizabeth, rest of my children. 

William Barecock. 5th March, 1730-1; probated July Court, 
1731; sons Thomas, William, Daniel, Peter, son Joseph and Luke, 
daufijhter Ann, wife Jane. (Pasquotank County.) 

William Bastable. March 19, 1727- '8; wife Hannah, daughter 

Benjamin Bundy. October 5, 1728; probated October 26, 1728; 
wife Hannah, brother Samuel, cousin Mary Jones. 

William Bray, Sr. January 18, 1725; probated August 23, 1725; 
eldest son Henry, younger son George, Wm. Burgess Executor. 

Paul Bunch, of Chowan. November 16, 1726; probated Novem- 
ber 16, 1726; son John Bunch, Fortune Iloldbee. 

Ross Bell. February 21, 1726.7; probated November 10, 1727; 
eldest son George Bell, daughter Mary, wife Martha, son Joseph, son 
Ross Bell. 

John Burkett. February 4, 1728-*9 ; sod Joseph. 

Thomas Boyd, of Bath. December 17, 1725; probated April court, 
1726; wife Katharine, son Thomas Boyd. 

Thomas Brent. January 1, 1726; probated January 26, 1727; 
wife Ann Brent. Witness Thomas Williams, Robert Heath, Charles 

Thomas Bagley. January 23, 1727-'8; son Thomas, son William, 
daughter Hannah, wife Susanna. 

Moses Baker. Probated July Court, 1724 ; son Moses, son Ben- 
nett, son William, wife, my three daughters; Richard Minor, Ex- 

William Barry. December 14, 1721 ; probated January Court, 
1722; Marian, brother David Barry, Theo. Morris, Mary Meads 
daughter of John Meads, of Little River. 

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Samuel Bond, of Perquimans. 12th, 8th month, 1721 ; probated 
March 26, 1723; son Samuel, son Luke, daughter Elizabeth, 
daughter Mary, daughter Susanna, daughter Jane. 

John Bell. March 1, 1720 ; probated March 29, 1721 ; sons James, 
John, William, George, and Nathan, daughter Mary, son Henry, 
son Joseph, Fon Benjamin ; wife Mary Executrix. 

William Boge. December 20, 1721; probated April 11, 1721; 
sons William, Josiah, wife Ellendor, daughter Elizabeth Hill, daugh- 
ter Jane Boge, daughter Miriam Boge, grandson Wm. Hill, daughter 
Rachel Boge, son Robert; Wm Bt»ge and Janet Hill Executors. 

Anne Barnsford. April 23, 1721 ; probated July 18, 1721 ; daugh- 
ter Anne Combs, granddaughter Elizabeth Riogal, daughter Eliza- 
beth Riogal. 

Caleb Bundy, of Pasquotank. 20th day, 1st month, 1721; April 
Cojirt, 1721 ; brothers William, John, Joshua and John Bundy, 
sons of my brother John. 

Caleb Bundy. 25, 2d month, 1721 ; February 19, 1721-'22; son 
John, brother William, son Wm. Bundy's daughter, my grand- 
daughter named Lydia Bundy, son Benjamin, brother Samuel, 
daughter Mary Bundy. 

Thomas Ball, of Chowan County. March 28, 1722 ; William Ball, 
Anne Ball, youngest daughter unnamed, wife and three children ; 
wife Executrix. 

James Beels, of Pasquotank. November 3, 1721 ; wife Ann, sons 
John, Jacob and James. 

James Brown. April 5, 1721 ; probated July 11, 1721 ; wife Mary 
Brown, son William, grandson to Gov. Marcum. 

William Branch, of Chowan. November 20, 1721 ; January 20, 
1722 ; wife Margaret, brother Francis Branch Executor8,6on William, 
Henry Bonner, William Bonner, and Paul Palmer, son Issachar, 
son Solomon, daughter Elizabeth, and an infant. 

Richard Bounds, of Perquimans. November 22, 1720; July 11, 
1721 ; wife Abigail, son Edward, daughter Elizabeth Horner, daugh- 
ter Abigail, son Samuel ; wife and James Ming Executors. 

John Browne. November 28, 1718; probated October 21, 1718; 
Jacob Pritchard, son of my wife Anne, wife Anne. 

Thomas Barecock. January 14, 1721 ; January 27, 1741, proba- 
ted; daughter Elizabeth Upton, daughter Sarah Sanderlin, Priscilla 
Gregory, daughter Margaret Gregory, son Wm. Barecock, daughter 
Rebecca Forbes, daughter Martha Forbes, granddaughter Margaret 
Davis, grandson Thomas Barecock, grandson Caleb Gregory: Wm. 
Barecock and Priscilla Gregorv Executors. 

John Billet, February 29, i719-'20; probated May 11,1720; son 
Daniel, son-in-law James Bell and wife Mary, grandson Nevell Bell, 
son of James and Mary, wife Alice. 

William Brice. November 16, 1718; probated May 1, 1719 ; Ann 
Brice, sons William and Francis, daughter Elizabeth ; wife and Thos. 
Harvey, Executors. 

AND Genealogical Register. ' 33 

John Berkeley, of St. Giles' Parish, county of Middlesex, England, 
and Elizibelh his wile, and Sarah Catchmaid, of ijaid Pari>h, daugh- 
ter and co-heir of Edward Calchniaid, who was sou and heir of 
Thomas ('alclimaid, late of Nanseniond, Va. 

Winnefred Boyd. June 15, 1720; probated July 19, 1720: son 
Thomas Boyd, son John Boyd, son Beij imin Wt-st, son Ctjas West. 

James Basley, of Clu»wan. loih April, 1720; probated August 
6, 1720; son J;nnes, son Francis, son Robert, sju Samuel, wife Mary ; 
wife and son James executors. 

Thomas Brown. Octoher 21, 1718; probated October 26, 1718; 
wife Chrisiian, son Thomas, daughier Sarah, son Edmuud, son 
Howell Br«»wn,son James. 

Francis Beasley. April 17,1719; probated May 18, 1719; son 
Jamts, son Robert, wife Mary; brother James Beasley and John 
Smithwick executors. . 

John Barrow. March 1, 1718; probated August 2, 1718; daugh- 
ter Joanah Williams, son J«dio. s<»n Joseph, turn Jam«8. 

Jolin Barrow. June 11.1718; wife Richel, son John, daughters 
Sarah, Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Margaret; wife and brother Jos. Bar- 
row executors. 

Jara-s Birrow, of Chowan. Probated October 11, 1719; dated 
January 17, 1718 ; broiher Joseph Barrow, sister Joana, wife Sarah, 
daughier Sarah, cousin Sarah, daughter of Jidin Barrow. 

William Brown. July 21, 1719; r.robated October 21, 1719; wife, 
Bons John and Thomas, daughier Ann, John Carrier, daughter 
Mary, daughter Sarah, daughter Man ha, son Jacob. 

Willijim Bray. Died wiilmntn will; Wallis Bray administrator. 

John Burruss. Dr^cemher 12, 1715; Wm. Sigley, and Joanna his 
wife, late widow of John Biirru>s, jtdmini-lratrix. 

Daniel Brown is dead. No will; Peter Brown administrator; 
July 17, 1716. 

John B.^rry is dead. No will; Henry Speller, greatest creditor, 
administrator; 20? h June, 17 1 7. 

John Biiley. Probated July Couit, 171(5; friend Henry Clarke, 
wife Mary Bailey. 

♦James Bloufit. February 12, 1710; probated April 22. 1717; 
wife Elizabeth Blount, danj^hier Anne, daughter Elizibeth Yelver- 
toD, grandsons JanifS and John Yfclvert<»n. my son John Yelverton, 
and (1 iughter Mary, pranddan^hter Sairah Phillip"-^, son John Blount, 
son James Blouni; Wm. Nearne, wife Elizabeth and daughter 
Mary executms. 

AViliiam Barrow. January 8, 1715; probated April 27, 1717; 
sons William, John an<l Richard, sons Samuel, Jose[)h and James, 
wife Elizibeth, daughters Anne and Sarah. 

Williston Britt. <A' Bertip County. June 2i, 1711 ; daughter]Mary, 
Sarah Edwards; Tho^ West and Robert West executors. 

* Note. — Son of James Bl junt who settled in Chowan in 1669. 

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Williana Benbury. July 13, 1709 ; son-in-law James Watch, wife 
Jane, son William, son John, daughter Martha, daughter Hannah. 
Witnesses, Henry Bonner, Ann Moseley, and Edward Moseley. 

El ward Bonner, of Currituck. July 29, 1711 ; son Joseph, wife 
Sarah, daughter Sarah, daughter Mary, daughters Jane and Susan- 
nah, my brother Benjamin Tull, and my brother Williams, assist- 
ants, friend Joseph Wicker also. 

John Buruby, of Pasquotank. February 8, 1705; son John 
Burnby, Jr., granddaughter Margaret Burnby, granddaughter 
E izibeth Cobb, grandchildren John Mason, Sarah Mason, and 
Mary Mason, wife EI zabeth. 

John Bennett, of Currituck. December 10, 1710; sons Joseph 
and Benjamin, cousin Wm. Jones, of Northamptonshire, wife's 
grandfather, Richard Nescut, of South Pedecton in Somersetshire, 
adopted son Sampson G<»ldard, wife Mary, executrix. 

Thomas Brent, of Curriutck. January 25, 1712-*3 ; son Charles 
Brent, son John Brent, son Thomas Brent, wife Alice Brent. 

John Brown dead. April 7, 1713. 

Jacob Bodeet dead and no will. John Brock in right of his wife 
Mary, widow and relict of said Jacob, administrator; May 4, 1714. 

James Bryan, of Bertie. 1731-2; son William, John DIew, 
Richard Braswell, James Bryant, Thomas Bryant, and Matthew 

Thomas Brent. July 26, 1727; probated, dated 11th May, 1727 ; 
son James, wife Ann. 

* James Blount. July 9, 1685; proved July 17, 1686; son James 
Blount, son Thomas Blount, two daughters Ann Slocum, and Eliz- 
abeth H>iwkin8, grandchildren James and Sarah Blount, children of 
my son Thomas, and Ann Slocum, daughter of my daughter Ann 
Slocum, John Hawkins, son of my daughter Elizabeth Hawkins, 
son John Blount; wife Ann Blount, sole executrix. Witnesses, John 
Railey, Jane Miller, Wm. Di)bson. 

John Blount's will. January 7, 1725-6; probated May 18, 1726; 
wife Elizabeth, son Thomas, son John, son James, son Charles Worth, 
son Josef)h, daughters Mary Jacocks, Eiiz^beth Pagett, Sarah Lovick, 
Martha Worselv, Hester Worley, daughters Ann and Rachel. Wit- 
nesses, Sam4 Warren, William Benbury, Magnus Plowman. 

♦ Note. — James Blount came into Chowan Precinct. Colony of Carolina in 1669, 
from Isle of Wight County, Va. There is evidence to show that he was living with 
his family, in Ible of Wight County, Va., in 1660. A deposition made in a suit, in 
which the witness stated, that she lived in his family in 1660, in the above- 
named place. Mrs. Anne Blount his wife, was Anne Willis, of Ipswich. Massa- 
chusetts — married first, Robert Rascoe, of Rownok; second, James Blount; third, 
Seth Sothel ; fourth. Col. John Lear, of Nansemond County, Virginia. James 
Blount's son, John Blount, was married to Elizabeth Davis, daughter of John 
and Mary Davis, of Henrico County, Virginia, 11th June, 1695, by Capt. John 
Standall. ^ 

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♦EVzabeth Blount'a will. February 8, 1732; probated March 12, 
1732-'3; son John, son Thomas, son James, son Joseph, son Crmrles 
Worth,daughter Ann Worley, daughter Rachel; John Lovick, Sam'l 
Pagett and Jonathan Jacocks executors. Witnesses, Robert Hicks, 
Mary Col ear. 

♦Note. — ^The above wills were executed by John Blount and his wife Elizabeth. 
His wife survived him about seven years. They lived and died at Mulberry Uill, 
about six miles from Ekienton, on the Albemarle Sound. The land was be- 
qaeathed to John Blount by his father, James Blount, who patented the same in 
16S4; it is, however, probable that he occupied the land several years before he 
secured his grant. The court records show that James Blount was in Shaftsbury 
or Chowan Precinct in 1670. Tradition has it that he came into Chowan in 1669. 
The Dam«>s of John and Elizabeth Blount's children are as fcdlows : Mary Blount, 
born 1696. (married Jonathan Jacocks I ; they both died about the same time in 
1735, at or near Scotch Hall, in Bertie Tounty) ; Eliznbeth Blount, born 1697, 
(married Dr. Samuel Pagett ; they lived and died in Edenton) ; Sarah Blount, 
born 1699, (married John Lovick, Secretary of the Colony : she lived but a few 
years and died without issue, her husband marrying for his second wife Penelope, 
widow of William Maule. and dausrhter of Gov, Charles Eden) ; Martha Blount, 
born 1702, (married first Thomas West, who died in 1722, leaving two dHughters, 
Martha West, who married Edward Bryan, of Bertie, and Elizabeth West, who 

married Col. Thomas Whitmell, of Bertie County ; Martha married second 

Woreeley) ; Esther or Hester (married John Worley), was born in 1703; John 
Bluiint, born in 1706. (married Sarah E. Vail, daughter of Jeremiah Vail ; they 
sacoeeded to the Mulberry Hill estate, and lived and died there) ; Thomas Blount, 
born 1708, (married Mrs. Elizabeth Pollock, widow of Major George Pollock, and 
daughter of Thomas Whitmell and his wife Elizabeth Hunter Bryan ; two chil- 
dren were the fruit of this marriage — Whitmell Blount, who married Amelia 
Bryan, and was probably killed at the battle of (German town, during the Revolu- 
tionary war ; the second child, Winnifred Blount, married her cousin. Hon. 
Whitmell Hill ; Mrs. Elizabeth Blount married Col. William Williams, of MaVtin 
County, for her third husband ; he was the son of Wm. Williams and his wife 
Elizabeth Alston, daughter of John Alston) ; James Blount, born 1710, (mar- 
ried ; left two daughters— Nancy married Dempsey Connor, son of 

Dempsey Connor and Mary Pendleton, great-granddaughter of Governor Arch- 
dale, and left one daughter, Frances Clark Pollock CJonnor, who married first 
Joseph Blount IH, and second Wra. Hill, late Secretary of State of North Caro- 
lina; James Blount's second daughter, Betsy Blount, married Jeremiah Vail, son 
ot Jeremiah Vail ; they removed to New Hanover County). Anne Blount, born 

1719, (married Worley) ; Joseph Blount, born 1716, died 1777, (married 

Sarah Durant, daughter of George Durant [grandson of George Durant the elder] 
and his wife Hagar Crisp, daughter of Nicholas Crisp and Wilkinshis wife- 
only one daughter survived by this marriage, Sarah, who married Wm. Little- 
i'ohn ; Joseph Blount marrieid second Mrs. Elizabeth Scarborough, widow of 
fcRora Scarborough, her first husband being Wm. Reed, of Pa^^quotank County, 
the son of Governor Wm. Reed) ; Rachel, born 1717. (no record has been found as 
yet of her marriag**) ; Charles Worth Blount, born 1721, died 1784, married Mary 
Clayton, and left Elizabeth Blount, born 1747. died 1880 ; John Blount, born 17C4. 
died 1836; Edmund Blount, born 1745, died 1792;. Martha Ann, who married 
Joshua Skinner ; their children, (I) Joseph Blount Skinner, married Maria 
Louise Lowther ; (2) Joshua Skinner, married Elizabeth Blair ; (8) John Skinner, 
born 1794. died 1810, unmarried : (4) Elizabeth B. Skinner, married first Wm. 
Wilson, second Exum Newby ; (5) Rev. Thomas H. Skinner, married first Emily* 
Montgomery, second Frances L. Davenport; (6) Margaret H. Skinner, married 
Wm. Spence; (7) Sarah Skinner, married Baker Hoskins, and died leaving one 
child. Thomas S. Hoskins ; (8) Martha A., married Baker Hoskins ; (9) Benja- 
min S. Skinner, married Elizabeth Leigh ; (10) Edmond B. Skinner, married first 
Emily Wood, and second Eliza A. Curtis ; (11) Charles Worth Skinner, born 1784, 
married first Mary Creecy. second Annie Squires. A full table will be given in 
a later issue of these families. 

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Edmund Chancy, of Pasquotank. 18th July. 1753; probated July 
Court^ 1751; grandson Edmund Chancy, son of Stephen, son Daniel^ 
son Zichanah, grandson E Imund, son of Jacob, grand:>on Edmund, 
son of Zichariah, daughter inlaw Richel Chancy, granddaufrhter 
Mary, daughter of Jacob, granddaughter Hannah, daughter of Zach- 
ariah, grandson John Baker, daughter Ruth's children, viz : J«»ha 
Baker, Mary DrGraffenreid, Blake Baker, Samuel Baker, Ruth 
Baker, Z«doc Baker. 

Dempsev Connor, of Pasquotank. 5th December, 175*'; probated 
January Court, 1754; daughter Ann Letitia Connor, child in etse^ 
wife Mary. 

John Connor, of Pa^^quotank. 5th day, lOlh month, 1753 ; daugh- 
ter Ruth, wife Eiitibeth, children John, Mary, Kader and Ruth. 

James Craven. 8th September, 1755; wife Penelope, my brother^ 
Dr. Abraham Boulton. 

John Colhns, of Bertie. March 18, 1752; son William, grandson 
John Collins, son John, son Daniel, son Joseph, s^n Michael, son 
Jesse, son Dempsey, son Abraham, grandson John Keen. 

Matthew Caswell, of Tyrrell County. Son Matthew, son Samuel, 
son Elisha, daughter Joana, daughter Eliz ibeth, daughter J- mima, 
daughter Tabiiha, wife Elizabeth; March 24, 1745; probated Novem- 
ber 16, 1750. 

Elizibeth Clayton. February 2, 1737; probated January 15, 
1737-*8; daughter Mary Clayton, beloved brother John Stevenson, 
and John Bardift executors. 

John Collison, of Bertie. May 3, 1736; February Court, 1736; 
sons John, Thomas, Jacob and Jo-eph, daughters Martha and Mary; 
Thomas Blount and Thomas Whiimell executors. 

Wtn. Crawford, January 15, 1735; eldest daughter E'izabeth, wife 
of Alexander Oliver, Mary Oliver, their eldest daughter, daughter 
Honor, wife of Henry Dilday, wife Mary, grandson William Craw- 
ford, and Thomas Jenknis. 

John Cox ( f Onslow County); April 18, 1713; son Benjamin, wife 
Christian, daughter Martha. 

Thomas Cox, of Currituck. July 5, 1743; son E ^ward, son Solo- 
mon, son Marmaduke, daughter Mary, daughter Dinah, daughter 
Ann, wife Ann. 

Dennis Croney. March 21, 1735, probated at Pasquotank April 
8, 1735; wife Anne, daughter Ellender, daughter Sarah Woolard, 
daughter Mary. 

Williatn Chancy,Jr; 18th, 2 1 month, 1736; probated May 13,1736; 
father William Chancy, brother Jernmiah, sister Ann B )yd. sister 
Mary Chancy, sister Deborah, cousins Joseph and Deborah Sutton, 
children of my sister Eizabeth, cousin John Symons; brothers Jere- 
miah Chancy and John Boyd executors. 

Henry Carter, of Bath. February 3, 1735-^6; probated March 
8, 173*>; wife Margaret, sons J"iin, Henry Solomon and Walter. 

John Charlton, April 15,1736; probated May 13,1736; wife Sarah 
Charlton, sons Job, John and William, my five children. 

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Henry Compton. January 11,1735; February Courf, 173"); son, 
Henry, daughters Elizibeih. Jane and Ann, friend Samuel Peacock. 

Ifivenlory estate, Edmund Coancy relumed November "z9. 1680' 

Elizibeth Crcssland. October 18, HiOS; father Richard Shirell. 
John Corslau; 6lh May, 1G93; goddaughter Constant Jbhiver, Ann 

Richard Craig. lG9o-'G ; friend Patrick Bailey, two sons of John 

Richard Chappell. March 5, 17{4-'5 ; probated 8th Oct(»ber, 
17:^5; sons Moses, Micajah and Richard, daughters Judah and Sarah, 
wife Elizabeth. 

Richard Collins. September 23, 1701; Joseph Poiner, son of Ed- 
ward Poiner, Ann Molls»n, John Benton, R iger Montague. 

Thomas Cullett. Dead; no will ; Arthur Carlton administrator; 
July 17, 1706. 

Martin Croman, May 1, 1733; probated September 11, 1733; 
brother Thomas Croman, in Limrick, Ireland, daui^hter in-law Eliza- 
beth Frost, daughteriu law Elener Frost, son-in law Thomas Cope- 

John Chester. December 18,1733; probated August 30, 1734; 
daughter Leath Adams, daughter Rachel Hocking, son-in-law Benja- 
min H'cking, son John Chester, daughter Chester, daughter 

Mary Chester, daughter Sarah Chester, wife Elizibeth. 

* Levi Crtecy, of Perquimans. October 21, 1731; probated October 

28, 1734; son John, daughter Creecy, son Levi, son Joseph, 

daughter Sarah ; John Creecy and Zichariah Chancy executors. 

Thomas Cook. November 20, 1734; 20th January, 1731, dated; 
Grizell Bull; Edmund Gale executor. 

John Clemmit, of Bertie County. January 31, 1734; probated 
January 7, 1734-5; Penelope Bell, Archibald Bell, George Bell, 
Robert Bell ; John Bell executor. 

Willam Cartwright. January 15. 1733; probated April 19, 1734; 
€on Thomas, son Joseph, wife S.»rah, son Robert, daughter Hannah, 
daughter Tamer, son Caleb, son David, son John, daughter Elizabeth, 
daughter of John, deceased. 

B'lijamin C»ins, of Pasquotank. January 14, 1734; probated 
November 29, 1734; son-in-law James McBride, daughter in-law 
Esther, daughter Bdtsy, wife Bridget. 

Thomas Creasy, of Bith. October 28,1730; probated August 
Court, 1731 ; sons John, Thomas and William, daughter Mary Po- 
hagon, grandi^on James Reynolds. 

Mary Colson. July 'lO, 1732; probated May 2,1734; son William, 
-dauohter Sarah Lundy, wife ot James Lundy. 

William Cain, Sr. 3.1 March, 1732-'3; probated May 2, 1734; 

* Note.— The founder of the Creecy family in North Carolina ; he was in Pas- 
quotank County in 1714: moved thence to Perquimans; the ancestor of Col. R. B. 
Cr€»ecy. editor of the Economist at Elizabeth City ; one of his daughters married 
Arthur Mabson. 

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wife Elizabeth, eon Hardy, daughter Patience, daughter Unis, eon 
Williaui, son James, daughter Sarah, daughtt-r Rachel. 

Joseph Claphara. Son Samuel, son Josias; March 25, 1733 ; pro- 
bated May 8, 1733. 

James Collins. Father-inOaw John Relf, mother Elizabeth Relf, 
Anne Mary Borde; March 23, 17l9-'20; December 23, 1723. 

Joseph Cannings. Wife Kebecca, Jostiua and Mary Turner; Sep- 
tember 22. 1729; proved September 22, 1729. 

Mary Chapman. September 2, 1728; probated January 9, 1729; 
son in law Thomas Davis, granddaughter Mary D.ivis, eldest 
daughter Elizabeth Lonwell, daughter Sarah, wife of K »bert Davis. 

William Cariwright. February 2, 1731-'2 ; probated June 7, 1732; 
friend Hannah Stafford, godFon Joseph Stoakley, sister Mary Reas^ 
brother Robert, Owen Reas, brother Thomas. 

Ann Chesson. January 3, 1727; January 17, 1727; sister Isabel 
Garrett, son Joshua Chesson, son John Chesson, sou James Chesson^ 
brothers Daniel and William Garrett. 

John Cotton, of Beriie. Sons John, William, Samuel and Thomas, 
sons Arthur, Joseph and Alexander, son James, wife Man ha, 
daughters Priscilla and Susannah, son inlaw John Thomas, son in- 
law John Spears, daughter Mary Holland, daughter Martha Benton, 
widow of Francis Benton; probated Mav Court, 172S. 

Samuel Charles. March 12. 1727-8; proved March 18, 1728; 
sons Samuel, John and Joshua, Sarah Maudlin, granddaughter 
Eh'zabeth Overman, daughter Lydia Charles, daughter Mary Over- 
man, daughter Hannah. 

Joseph Cross. October 30, 1728; Joseph Fulford. 
Zachar> Chanry,guardian to Judith and Priscilla Sanders. May,1728, 

Alexander Cambril. February 25, 172t>; wife Ann, daughter 
Sarah, Jrimes Farlow or Grav. 

♦Nicholas Crisp. March 22, 1720-7; proved May 23,1727 ; grand- 
son Richard Crisp, daui^hter in law E'izibeth (Jrisp, granddaughter 
Mary Durant, granddaughter Sarah Duranr,E izabeth Crisp, widow 
of my son John lately deceased, grandson George Durant, grand- 
daughters Ann and Elizribeih Durant, children of my daughter 
Hagar; Edward Mos^ley and Jeremiah Vail executors. Witne^ses^ 
Wm. Williams, Humphrey Rubinson, James Bnth. 

*NoTE. — Captain Nicholas Crisp first appears in Chowan Precinct about 1693» 
He was selected as one of the Vestrymen or St. Paul's Parish, at its orgHnization 
in 1701. Was a church warden for a number of years, treasurer of the patish^ 
member of the court, and one of the first commissioners of Queen Anne*s Town, 
afterwards Edenton. His name appears to many of the deeds for the first lots 
sold. He was a merchant, and did business Ht lot No. 12. old plxn of the town. 

He had but two children. His wife whs Miss Wilkins, sister of Charles 

Wilkins. John Crisp married Elizabeth Sanderson, daughter of Kichard Sander- 
son of Little River. Perquimans County. The marriap:e tooK place July 25. 1725, 
The issue of this niarringe was one son. Richard Crisp, who died before reaching 
manhood. Mrs. Elizabeth Crisp married second Thomas Pollock, son of < Gov- 
ernor Thomas Pollock ; issue Thomas and Cuilen PolltK^k. Mrs. Elizabeth Pol- 
lock married third Samuel Scolley ; no issue. Her last husband was from Boston, 
but lived and died in Benie County, N. C. Hagar Crisp married George Durant, 


Samoel Cbeston. May 19, 1727; wife Ann, son Jaraes^ child in 
esae, sou John, daughter, all my children; Win. £gertou executor. 
(Perquimans Precinc-.) 

Hannah Clare. 26, 6th month, 1726; probated January 16, 
1727-8; daughter Hester Winslow, granddaughter Mary Jones, 
daughter Hannah Bundy, my former husband Israel Snealing, 
Rachel Snealing, bis daughter, grandson Wm. Jones, son-in-law Benj. 

Henry Clayton. January 20, 1725-'6; probated January 26, 
1725-'6; wife Elizabeth, daughter Sirah, broi her Richard Clayton, 
of London, brother-in-law Samuel Person, of London. 

Robert Coleman, of Bath. July 9, 1721, September 25, 1721 ; wife 
Mary Coleman, son-in-law Christopher Runnels, son, grandson David 
Dupuies, wife's son Dennis Odier, daughter Elizabeth Ller, grand- 
daughter Mary Isler, daughter Marv White. 

Joseph Church. February 28, 1722-3. April 9, 1723; daughter 
Ledy White, daughter Ann Church, son Richard Church. 

George Clarke, of Bertie. February 5, 1723-4, July 31. 1724; 
Thomas Taylor, son of Jonathan, Jno. Swain's eldest son, wife Eliza- 
beth Clarke. 

William Copeland. October 23, 1720; probated July 21,1724; 
sons William. John, James and Charles, daughters Christian and 
Sarah, wife Christian. 

Ephraim Coste. November 14, 17J9; goddaughter Elizabeth 

Garrett Cowan. July 16, 1720, April Court, 1721; eldest son 
Daniel, wife Hannah executrix. 

John Corp. 20, lOih month, 1718,February 10, 1719; son William 
Corp, daughter Eiliner Corp, brother-in-law Richard Brothers, my 

Vines Copesley. Estate returned by Robert B'^asley. 

Eliner Corp. John Corp, son of my brother William Corp, uncle 
Richard Brothers, mother Eliner Corp; May 10, 1720. 

Thomas Clarke, of Chowan. Peter Jones and Charles Wilkins 
executors; wife Mary, son Samuel, sister Miles' children in Mary- 
land, her husband Tobias Miles, brother's children, in Brantry, 
Essex, England; November 1, 1718, October 20, 1719. 

Henry Cogwell. Wife Mary Elizabeth, Bettie Cogwell, daughters 
Sarah and Elizabeth; February 26, 1716-7, October 13, 1719. 

John Clark, of Perquimans. Wife Ann, sons John and Thomas, 
in case of their death, property to go to Simon and Thomas Trum- 
bell, Sarah Trumbell; September 3, 1716, November 14, 1717. 

ion of John Durant and his wife Sarah Jooke, (John Durant was the son of 
George Durant the elder). There were five children by this marriage : Mary 
marned Christian Reed, her twin sister Sarah married Joseph Blount: Elizabpth 
married first Joseph Reed, second Thomas Jacocks; Ann married Tliomas Cor- 
prew, George died in his youth. The two twin sisters. Mary Reed and Sarah 
Blount, sleep in the Blount-Lit tie John graveyard, on Cheshire's Hill, in the town 
of Edenton, N. C. 

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Henry Creech. August 16, 1709; son-in-law John Daine, son-in- 
law John Dailie and wife Francei?,sons Thomas, William and Rich- 
ard Creech, wife Joyce, son Henrv. 

Francis Cambri«lge, of Upper P>»rish, Maryland. Wife Elizabeth 
Cumbrige executrix; February 2. 1710. 

K'-ndreek Cumminfort. July 9, 1712; daughter Margaret Jenette, 
son William, son Andiew Cone. 

William Coulson. November 18. 1712; my wife Elizabeth Rob- 
inson, David Henderson and John Boyd executors. 

James Coles, of Perquimans. Daughter Elizabeth Coles, land 
whereon my father Jame-* Cole lived ; my wife Mary Coles executrix. 

Nathaniel Chevin, of Risquotai.k. March 8, 1719-20, March 17, 
1719-20; son Nathaniel, son of my late wife Judith, cousin William 

John Davis, of Pasquotank. March 28, 1753; probated April, 
1753; sons John, William, Joseph and Samuel, daughter Sarah 
Gordon, (jaughther Elizabeth Wood, son inlaw William Gordon. 

Arthur D 'bbs. July, 1749; snn Conway, Richard Dobbs, younger 
son Edward B. Dobbs, second wife Justina Dobbs, child in esse^ first 
son by my fir^t marriage, my brother Rev. Dr. Richard Dobbs. 

Francis Delamare, of Beaufort. May 15,1739; probated March, 
1741; wife Susannah, sons Francis and Thomas. 

I-aac Davis, of Currituck. March 21, 1742; probated July 5, 
1743; son Cornelius, wife Rachel, and the rest of my children. 

Richard Davis. 9lh day, 4th month, 1737 ; probated June 14, 
1737 ; son Joshua, daughter Alice or Alee, (laughter Abigail, Eliza- 
beth Hall, wife of Moses Hall, and daughter of Alee Baker. 

Maithew Dwight. February 20, 1737-8; probated May 8, 1738; 
wife E izabeth. 

Henry Davis. December 8, 1737; probated March Court, 1738; 
wife Mary dead, sons Richard, John and Thomas, son Henry, son 
Pritchard Davis, daughter Ann, brother John Pursell, and wife. 

S »lomon Ddvi^. Januarv 12, 1737; probated January Court, 
1739; daughter Margaret Forster, daughter Dorothy Davis, grand- 
son Daniel Kain, daughter Elizabeth Davis, grandson Daniel Roen, 
wife Sirah. 

Sarah Drummond, widow of Gov. William Drummond, to son 
John power of attorney ; October 10, 1679. 

George Deane,Sr., of Chowan. Son George, daughter Christian, 
wife Elizabeth ; April 10, 1700. 

William Downing, of Tyrrell. April 1, 1739; probated April 6, 
1739; wife Dorcas, son William, brother-in-law Ebenezer Slade, 
brother-in-law Henry Slade, son-in-law Thomas Lee, friend 
Stephen Lee. 

Owen Daniel. March 7, 1700; son Thomas, daughter Mary; 
Thomas Jones executor. 

f Joseph Darden, of Bertie. February 18, 1732-^3; probated No- 
vember 24, 1733; sons West and Joseph, daughters America and 
Rebecca, son Henry, wife Alice. 

AND Genealogical Register. 41 

Penelope Dept. March 5, 1735; probaterl August 27, 1735; sons 
Peter and John, daughters Ann, Jane and E.izabelh. 

Stephen Delaraare. October 2, 1732; probated November 1, 
1732; nephew Joseph Stoakley, son of sifter Ann Stoakley, widow 
of cousin Edward Mayo, nepliew Isaac Stoakley, sister Ann Sioak- 
ley, brother Francis Delamare. 

Robert Dixon, of Bertie. April 4, 1727; probated October 13, 
1727; wife Christian Dixon, son James, son Tobias, daughter Fran- 
ces, son Robert, brother! n law John Low. 

Peter Divis (Manwaring River). April 29,1719; probated May 
Court, 1723; daughter Sarah Davis, cousins Arthur and Henry 

John Dunton. September 21, 1726; probated November 10, 
1726; wife Martha Dunston. 

Hugh Davis. December 1, 1724; probated January 14, 1725; 
John Harman, Robert Harman, Mary Harman, Ann Longlad ; Mrs. 
Juliana Laker executrix. 

John Deipt. January 17, 1723-4; June 17, 1724; wife Penon 
Deipt, son Peter, son John, daughter Anne. 

James Davis. Sons WiUiam, James, John, Robert, and Henry, 
wife Eh*zal)eth. 

William Davis. January 21, 1719; probated October 21, 1719; 
sons William and Eligah, my daughters; Wm. Baker and John 
Brown, Sr., executors. 

Francis Dawson. Dead; no will; Eliza Dawson, administratrix; 

Elizabeth Dereham. July 14, 1716; sister Ann Clews, sister 
Katharine Dereham, Patience Leigh, Elizabeth Lee, Joseph Truett, 
Elizabeth Dereham, daughter of Joseph Dereham, John Leigh, 
brother John Dereham, father in law James Leigh. 

William Duckinfield, of Cheshire, England. Brother John, 
coo<in Charles Barbour, cousin Nathaniel Duckinfield, son of my 
brother SitRobert Duckinfield, Mary, Anne, Susanna, Jane, Katha- 
rine and Judith, sisters of Nathaniel; May 17, 1720; February 27, 

Ann Durant, wife of George the elder. January 23, lG9o; Geo. 
Durant ring, etc, Isaac Rewden's wife, her daughter; son Thomas 
executor — non cupative will. 

Richard Darling, non cupative will. April 8,1702; son Thomas, 
wife Elizabeth. 

William Eaton, of Granville County. February 19, 1759 ; proba- 
ted March 20. 1759; son William, daughter Jane Elwards, wife of 
Col. Naiiri. Edward?, daughter Annie Hnynes, relict of Andrew 
Haynes, daughter Mary Jones, wife of Robert Jones, daughter Sarah 
Johnston, wile of Chnrles Johnston, her former husband John 
Thornton, son-in law Daniel Weldon, son Thomas E iton, daughter 
Bettie Weldon, son Charles Rush Eaton, grandson Eaton Haynes, 
wife Mary, daughter Martha, Daniel Weldon. 

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Jeremiah Everton, of Pasquotank. July 3, 1738 ; probated Octo- 
ber 2, 1740; wife Hannah, son James, daughter Rachel, eldest son 
Solomon, daughter Sarah Forehand. 

Henry Elheridge. March 14, 1742-3 ; probated July 5, 1743; sons 
Samuel, William, Richard, John, and Henry, daughter Mary, wife 

Marmaduke Etheridpe. February 3, 1734; Caleb Bell, son of 
Sarah Bell, Caleb Bell, Mary Bell, and Maimaduke Bell, children of 
Sarah Bell. 

Luke Elheridge. (No date ) Wife Christian, daughters Elizabeth, 
Ann, and Sarah Etheridge. 

John Easter. 27th Octi.ber, 1732; probated April 8, 1733; wife, 
son Thomas, daughter Strah, daughter Dinah, child in esse, 

Elinor Eirly. 2d November, 17<2; probated 2d May, 1734; 
grandson Thomas Sutton, grandson James Curlee, granddaughter 
Sarah Sutton, granddaughter Mary Dale. 

Henry Ehorn. October '20, 1732; probated March Court, 1733 ; 
Nathaniel Eborn, son of Htnry and Elizabeth, son Henry Eborn 
wife Elizi»beth, son Littleton, James Eborn, son of Nathaniel and 
Ann, daughter Rhoda Layson, daughter Mary Eborn, daughter 
Anne Jones. 

Thomas Elliott, of Perquimans. April 2, 1729; probated Decem- 
ber 16, 1729; son Caleb, son Joshua, son Isaac, son William, son 
Thomas, daughter Mary Brown, sou Solomon, daughter Wesly, son 
Joseph, son Benjamin, wite Margaret Elliott, son Moses, son Jacob, 
eon Abraham. 

James Eaton, of Chowan. January 27, 1728 ; December 11, 1729 ; 
wif*' Mary Eaton. 

George Eubank, of Bertie. March 2, 1732-3; brother James, 
sisters Elizibeth and Isabella Eubank, Thomas Whitmell, Jr., Eliza- 
beth VVtiiimell, Jr., Martha Whitmell. 

Thomas Evans, of Chowan. Ft-bruary 9, 1731-2; probated No- 
vember 4, 1732; son Thomas, daughter Alice Wilson, daughter 
Sarah Broney, daughter Elizabeth Walker, wife Elenor. 

GnorgH Elliott, of Pasquotank. Goddaughter Mary Wallace, John 
Cla»k, Ann Askins, Ann Grey, wife of Richard Grey; February 17, 

John Edy. July 26, 1727; probated July 26, 1727; daughter, 
Daniel E'ly, brother Henry E iy. 

Prter E igel. Godson William Moore; Decembpr 18, 1722. 

Richard Evans, of Perquimans. Se[)tember 7, 1692; probated 
October 2, 1093; wife Elizihetli, four children, Jonathan, Richard, 
Rebecca, and Ann Evans; wiftj and Alex. Lillington executors. 

G orge Ellis, of Pasquotank. January 30, 1721 ; probated May 
11,17*21; brother Thomas Palin, daughter Ann Ellis, child in esse, 
wife Hannah. 

Governor Charles Edpn. Decpmber 26,1721; probated April 2, 
1722 ; dear niece Mrs. Margaret Pough, youngest daughter of Robert 

AND Genealogical Register. 43 

Popgb, deceased, dear friends John Holloway, Daniel Richardson, 
James Henderson, John Lovick; John Lovick executor. 

Samuel Edmunds. November 3, 1720; probated April, 1721; 
80D Henry, daughters Ann and Sarah, daui^hter Ann Smiih, dnugh- 
ler Elizabeth Middleton, late wife of Henry Middleton, wife Mary ; 
John Edwards executor. 

William Eson. January 20, 1718-'9; probated July 30, 1719; 
80DS Williiam, Thomas, and George, wife Mary, daughters Mary, 
Susannah, Rachel and Jane. 

Humphrey Edwards, of Matchapungo, Bath. February 21, 1711- 
12; daughters Abigail, and Alice Edwards, daughter Elizabeth, and 
Mary Edwards; wife Elizabeth Wheal executrix. 

John Fort. August 6, 1745; probated March Court, 1745-'6; 
wife Mary, sons John and Moses, daughter Terusah's son Denby, 
Arthur Fort. 

Robert Foster, of Bertie. Probated May Court, 1746; grandson John 
Brown, granddaughter Ann Brown, granddaughters Jemima and 
Susanna Cotton, daughter Ann Cotton's child in esse, granddaughter 
Mary Boon, wife's grandson Wm. Knight. 

John Fendall, of Perquimans. December 17, 1695; probated 
April 8, 1696; brother Robert Fendall, wife Elizabeth, father-in-law 
Alex. Lillington. 

James Fisher. August 13, 1702; Wm. Wilkinson. 

Robert Fendall. November 30, 1711; Isaac Wilson; Thos. Levy 

♦James Fewox, of Tyrrell. May 5, 1711 ; son Robert, John Lawson, 
Mary Lawson, Jr., Samuel Hardy son of Wm. Hardy, wife Anne, 
Mary Lawson, widow of Nathaniel Lawson. 

Thomas Fletcher. April Court, 1734; wife. 

John Fourre. March 13, 1730-'l; probated April Court, 1732; 
son Isaac, daughter Elizabeth Foure, daughter Martha Foure, son 
Nathaniel, sister Mary Corey ; wife and son executors. 

John Freeman. February 19, 1729-'30; probated May 6, 1732; 
eons John, James and Matthew, wife Mary, daughters Hannah and 

Hannah Foster. June 27, 1727; probated July Court, 1728; 
grandson Samuel Kit, granddaughter Comfort, daughterin-law Je- 
mima Kit, granddaughter Comfort Kit; Thomas Tweedy and George 
Gordon executors. 

James Farlee, of Chowan. Wife, James, son of SarahlBently ; 
Edward Moseley executor; May 1,1727; probated May 15, 1727. 

James Foster. October 2 1, 1725; probated March 29, 1727; Samuel 
Kite, son of old Samuel Kite, wife Hannah Foster. 

Humphrey Felts, of Perquimans. Son John, daughter Elizabeth ; 
Wm Long executor; July 12, 1726; probated July 14, 1726. 

♦Note. — WDliam Hardy married a daughter of James Pe wox. William Hardy 
was the brother of John, William and Jacob Hardy of Bertie. 

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Franc's Farrow. February 1, 1722-3. Wife Barbary, and all 
my children. 

Cornelius Fiizpalrick. Anpnst 1, 171^; wife Elizibelh,son Bryan, 
daughter Ellendvr, *h\ughter Mary, dauo[it(-r JSanih, George Whed- 
bee, Jr., daugljter Eiizubeih, cousin Elizabeth Whedbee, Richard 

George Fort. May 15, 1719 ; probated Octobrr 20, 1719; son Elias 
Fort, eon Geor^je Fort, sons John and Samuel Fort, danghter Phillis 
Fibath, daughter Catharine Fort, wife Eiizibeth ; Ehas Fort ex- 

WilliMin Frost. May ?0, 1717; probated January 23, 1718; son 
James Frost, ye son of Jean Frost, alias Burt, son William Frost, 
daughter Mary Jackson. 

Brvan Fiizpatrick, of Alligator. March 2B, 1709; son Cornelius, 
son Veruey's child John Fiizpatrick, sou Dennis, daughter Elizabeth, 

Richard French. December 17, 1712; wife Elizabeth plantation, 
now in possession of John Old and Susannah his wife; probated 
April 13,1716. 

Richard Falk, March 15, 1712-3; sons Jonathan, William, 
Ricliard and John Falk, each of my daughters, wife Elizabeth. 

George Fordyce, of Chowan. Is dead; 5 Oclober, 1713; Wm. 
Haughlon right of his wife, being nearest of kin, administrator. 

Richard Faviel. January 30, 173S-'9; son Erasmus, son Johni 
all my children. 

Allen Gray, of Onslow. January Court, 1755; daughters Janet, 
Mary, Ellinor and Sarah, sons William, John, Hugh, Thomas and 
James, wife Mnry. 

Nathaniel Gordon. July 14, 1755; probated January Court, 1756; 
sons Gf orge and Nathaniel, daughters Elizabeth and Tamer, wife Ann 
(Perquimans County). 

Jolin Gordon, of Perquimans. April 25,1754; sons John and 
George, daughter Mary, daughter of George, Sirah, daughter of 
George Gordon, Jacob Gordon, son of John, grandson Marmaduke 
Norfleet, wife. 

Margaret Gregory, of Pasquotank. July Court, 1753 ; son Richard 
and his children by his first wife, sons James, John and Caleb, 
daughter Mary Humphries, daughter Margaret Barber, daughter 
Sarah Grande, granddaughter Sarah Humphries. 

William Gregory, of Pasquotank. Son John, daughter Mary, 
daughter Barbara, wife Sarah ; June 4, 1748; July Court, 1753. 

Richard Gregory, of Currituck. (First wife's children Griffith, 
Cornelius and Judah Sawyer, Easter and Bridget Sawyer, Ruth 
Giascoe), sons Robert, Joseph and William, daughters Ann and 
Charity, brother James Gregory, brothers in-law Isaac and Willie 
Bright; October 7th, 1757; December Court, 1758. 

Martin Gardner, of Bertie. Wife Ann, son J dm, daughter Ann, 
Anne and Jane, son William, daughter Citrin, daughter Elizabeth, 
son Martin, son James; January Court, 1760. 


AND Genealogical Register. 45 

Mary Gollaurl, of Wilrain^^on. October 10, 1766; John Burgwin. 

John Gray, of B^rrie. J745; probated Nnueiiiber lr», 17."'0; tHest 
ion John, son William, daughters Ann, Barbara, daughter Janet 
MfKeiizie, grandson John McKeuzie, daugliter Lucreiia, daugliter 
Amelia, daughter Louisa. 

Joshua Grainger, of Wilmington. June 20, 1741; wife Eh'za- 
belli, daughter Ann, son Joshua, grandson Wilmington, son of 
Joshua, son Caleb. 

Thomas Gregory, of Pasquotank. Probated July 23, 1740; eon 
Nathan, sons Sampson, Jaciib, Job, Richard and William Grtgory, 
daughter Elizabeth Godlrey, daughter Priscilla Gray, grandson 
Fre<lerick Gregory. 

Edmund Gale December 6,1737; probated January 27, 1738; 
wife Mary, fous Edmund and Hoger; wife Mary executrix. 

Arthur Gaffis. November 29, 1729; Juoe Court, 1737; friend 
James Winwright. 

Susannah Green, of Bath. June 29, 1732; September 17, 1735; 
ion John Biggs* children, daughter Mary Morris, grandilMUghter 
Susannah Morris, granddaughter Mary Biggs; son jJlin Biggs exec- 

William GriflSn. Wife Mary; December 10, 1735; February 
Court, 1736. 

Zichariah Gilliam, in city of London. May 27, 1»*>78. 

Thos. Gough. December 18, 1694; son Robert, daughter Sarah, 
wife Sarah. 

Pt-ter Ganlitt. Dead ; no will ; Thos. Pollock administrator; May 
12,1702. (Indian.) 

Gregory Garfoot. 1703; uncle Wm. Pargiter. 

Patrick Germack. September 19, 170S; wife Eliziheth, John 
Cruikshank, children of Patrick Cruikshank, John Robinson. --IjJ 

* Christopher Gale. February 17, 1734; probated M^irch 12, 1734; 
born at York, Great Britain, 54 years old ; wife JSnrah, Catharine, 
brother Edmund; debts due from the estate of my wif's former hus- 
band, J(du) Ismay, son Miles Gale, daughter Penelope Little, Mary, 
dauo;hter of Mrs. Elizibeth Clavton, granddaughter Sarnh Clnyt<m, 
nephew and godson Edmund Gale, granddaughter Penelope Little. 

Thomas Garrett. January 30, 1733; probated Jiuuary 31, 1735; 
wife Jane, son Thomas, daughter I'atrin, daughter Ann Las-iter, 
children Humphrey, Mary, Lettis, Thomas and Prudence ; (Chowan). 

William Garrett. March 27, 1735; wife Mary Garrett, Thomas 
Hard ison. 

John Galley. October 6, 1729; friend Patrick Laughler; pro- 
bated November 6, 1729. 

*NoTE. — Christopher Gale married first the widow of Governor Thomas Har- 
rey : she was Sarah Laker before her marriage, the danj^hter of Benj Laker, of 
PerquiinaDS County. Mr. Gale was Chief Justice of the Colony ; he Hved and 
died on his plantation adjoining the town of Edenton ; the place of Ins bnrial is 
unknown ; a marble tablet in the court-house at Edenton p^rnetuaies his name 
and serviceH to his country. William Little married his daughter Penelope. 

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Richard Grey, of Perquimans, Wife Ann, son Richard, daugh- 
ter Ann Grey, Louis Markham; October 6, 1729; probated Novem- 
ber 25, 1729. 

Ann Gray. March 4, 1731; April Court, 1732; son William 
Wallis, daughter Sarah Wallis, son Valentine Wallis, daughter Jane 
Wallis, daughter Anne Kinnecum, daughter Mary Wallis; Wm. 
Wallis executor. 

John Griffith. July 1, 1727; probated July 13, 1727; wife Je- 
mima, sons Arthur, Edmund and John, daughter Mary. 

Edward Gailin. January 3, 1725-'6; March 15, 1725-'6; wife 
Elizibeth, son John ; (Craven Countv). 

Francis Gilbert. December 30, 1725; July Court, 1726; wife Eliza- 
beth, sons Francis and Henry; wife executrix. 

William Grosvenor. November 5, 1702; probated July 26, 1721 ; 
daughters Susanna, Elizabeth and Esther; wife Sarah executrix. 

Richard Grills. February 1, 1719-'20; probated April 4, 1720; 
sons Richard and John, issue of my present wfe; (Beriie). 

John Goreham. September 30, 1717; July 15, 1718; wife Elenor. 
plantation on Queen Anne's Creek, nephew John Goreham, son oi 
Alexander Goreham ; in case of his death, to his two sisters. 

Martin Gr:iffin. June 3, 1718; probated October 3, 1718; sons 
Edward, John and William, son Martin, daughters Sarah and Eliza- 
beth; wife Elizabeth executrix. 

Joseph Glaister. January 27, 1718-'9; probated March 12, 1718-'9; 
daughter Ruth, daughter Sarah, cousin Thomas Pailin. 

Thomas Gregory. Division of estate April, 1712-13; Mary, Sarah, 
Luke and Samuel Gregory distributees. 

Elinor Gibson. Is dead, without a will; John Blish is guardian to 
her eldest son Thomas Gibson; April 7,, 1716. 

Henry George. December 2, 1711; my sister's eldest son John 
Gatlin, l)er two daughters Susannah and Elizabeth, sister's youngest 
son Will Mitchell, Jr., Ann Balchelder, John Browninor, Sarah Brown- 
ing Jane Browning; Will Mitchell extcutor; December 2, 1711. 

Gilbert Goodale. September 9, 1712; Elizibelh, Hosea, John Win- 
bury's children, William Colson, Nathaix Nicliolson's child, Sarah 
Whedbee, Charles Barclift, son John, George Durant, Sr., Richard 
W bed bee. 

Alexander Goodlat. Wife Elizabeth; October 12, 1710. 

Farnifold Green, of Bath. October 26, 1711 ; sons Thomas, John, 
Farnifold and James Green, daughters Elizabeth and Jane Green, 
wife Hannah, daughter-in law Ann Smithwick; wife Hannah execu- 

Mathias Giles. October 28, 1713; Richard Davenport during his 
natural life, then to his grandson Richard Davenport, son of John; 
Thomas Gales, Jt»hn Longall, Thomas Stacey, Robert Harmon, James 
Minge and Richard Davenport. 
John Glisson. Wife Jean; S'^ptember 20, 1731 
John Godly. January 22, 1731-2; May ('ourt, 1732; sons Na- 
than, John and Thomas, daughter Amy, wife Katharine. 

AND Genealogical Register. 47 

Richard Gregory, of Pasqnotank. May 17, 1719; Spptember 15, 
1720; eldest son Richard, sons James and J.»hn, wife Margaret. 

Charles Haughton, of Chowan. October 4, 1754; sons Jeremiah 
aDfl Charles, daughters Elizabeth and Ann. 

John Harvey, of Hyde. 1758; probated September 4, 1759; wife 
Frmces, grandson John, son Richard, son John Mark Harvey, daugh- 
ter Mary Martin, daughter Rebecca, sons Arthur and Joshua. 

*John Hardy, of Bertie. Brothf rs William and Thomas, brother 
Jacobs, daughter Elizabeth, daughter Mary, wife Rebecca; brother 
William Hardy, Robert West and Tho?. Pollock and wife Rebecca 
executors; January 15, 1719. 

t Lemuel Hatch, of Perquimans. November 17,1776; 3rd Feb- 
rtiary 17i7; sons Lemuel, John, Edmund, Edward, Durant, son 
ADthony and sod Joy, daughter Elizabeth, daughter Mary, wife 

Richard Harvey, Wilmington. 175S ; wife Sarah. 

Isaac Hunter, of Chowan. April 17, 1752; April Court, 1753; pods 
Elisha, Jesse, Isaac and Daniel, daughter Alee Perry, daughter Han- 
nah Riddick, daughter Elizabeth Perry, daughter Rachel Walton, 
daughter Sarah Hunter, grandchildren, son and daughter of mv 
daughter Jane, namely, Jesse Phillips, and Mary Perry and Sarah 
Field, Zilpha Parker, daughter of Jonathan Parker, children Elisha, 
Jacob, Jesse, Isaac, Daniel, Alee, Hannah, Elizabeth, Rachel and 

tJohn Hopkins. Wife Mary, child in esse; Jno. Halsey executor; 
1753 (Chowan). 

John Haywood, of Elgecorabe. Son William, daughter Mary, 
daughter Deborah, son Egbert, son John. (No date). 

Ann Hall, of Perquimans. October 9, 1741; January 1741-2; 
8on Samuel, granddaughter Ann Jennett, daughter Sarah Warren, 
daughter Mary Jennett. 

§Robprt Hunter, of Bertie. 3rd June, 17^3; probated Au2:ust 
Court, 1753; daughter Sarah Docton, Sr.,son Henry, daughter Mary 
Gordon, daughter Judith Perry, daughter Susannah Benton, daugh- 
ter in-law Elizabeth Williams wife of William Williams, property 
of my late wife Elizabeth Whiimell, son Moses; son and Thomas 
Whiimell executors. 

•Query. — Who was John Hardy's wife Rebecca before her marriage? His 
daof^hter Elizabeth married in 1722 Nathaniel HiU, son of Isaac — whom did 
Hanha marry ? 

t Note.— Would be pleased to correspond with some descendant of this family 
who has the family record back to Anthony Hatch. 

t Note.— The child referred to received the name of Joseph. He was half 
brother to John Mushrow. 

§ Note. —Robert Hunt*»r married for his last wife Mrs. Elizabeth Whitmell, 
widow of Thomas WhitmeU and daughter of Lewis Bryan and his wife Elizabeth 
Honter. Henry Hunter, the son of Robert Hunter by a former marriage, mar- 
ried Thomas Whitmell^s daughter, Sarah Whitmell. 

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♦Benjamin Hill, of Bertie. 1758; daughter Mary Campbell, 
daughter Sarah McCalloek, daughter Priecilla Hiil, Mirgaret 
Cock ran, sou Henry ; s »n Henry and Thomas Jones ex^cuior.^. 

Nicholas Hunter, of Beaufort., February 3, 1749; probated Mirch, 
1749; son Stephen, daughter Esther, grandson George Mnchell, 
daughter Tillary, (laut>hler R ichel, daughter Kesiah Mitchell, grand- 
son George Fore, sons Ezekiah, Libbeus and William, daughter 
Sarah, dniighter Ruih, wife Rebecca. 

J«»hn Holbrook, (»f Bertie. Apnl 20, 1740; son John, wife Dorothy. 

George Henderson. February 13, 1735- U; probated April 3, 1737; 
Rohort Irving, George Pi»well. 

tVines Harrison, of Chowan. February 25, 1738; probated Mirch 
24, 1738; brothers Joshua. William an«l Elniund, si-ter Sirah Fitte. 

Thomas Houston, of Onslow. March 29, 1733; probated July 3, 
1733; sons Willis, Moses, James and Thomas, daughter EliZibeth, 
wife Mary. 

Thomas Horth. October 29, 1735; January Court, 173G; grand- 
daughter Mary Ming, Sarah and Thomas Ming, my daughter's chil- 
dren, daughter Marilia Ming. 

John liall. November 6, 1G90; wife Catharine Hall. 

John Harrison. February 18, 1G93; sons William and John, 
daughter Elizabeth. 

Thomas Hawkins. Is dead in 1G96 without a will; his widow, Eliza- 
beth, wife of Nicholas Smith, administratrix. 

Luke Hollowell. 1731-5; probated Anril 21, 1735; third son 
Joel Hollowell, son William, eldest John Hollowell, fourth son Reu- 
beii, wife EIiz:ibeth. 

*NoTE.— Benjamin Hill was born in 1607; married Miss Latham. His 

daughter Mary married John Campbell, of Lnzy Hill. Bertie County. N. C. ; his 
will IS recorded in Bertie. executed in 1777, and mentions the following persons: 
Wife Martha, grandson John CampbeU, son of James Campbell, Kr^nHson Thos. 
Brownrigg. granddaughters Mary Jane and Sarah Bmwnrigg. Daughter Sarah 
Meredith, son James (>ampbelL son-in-law Capt. David Meredith. James Leslie, 
of Halifax. Benjamin McCulIoch and Robert Hardy, of Edenton, executors, 
trustees and guardians. 

Wife Martha was evidently John Campbell's second wife. His issue were all by 
his first wife Mary Hill. 

Sarah Hill, second daughter of Benjamin Hill, married Alexander McCulloh, 
of Halifax, 

Priscilla Hill, youngest daughter of Benjamin Hill, married Joseph Montford, 
of Halifax. 

Henry Hill, we have no record of him. Would be glad if some member of the 
family would furnish it. as it is our purpose to give a lenu'thy history of the Hill, 
Campbell and Brownrigg families at some future time. Would also like to have 
the history of John Campbells s«»n James' family. James died in Bertie about 
the year 1800. In his will he mf»ntions sons George and James, daughters Sarah, 
Elizabeth. Mary and Martha, wife Mary, but makes no mention ot son John, to 
whom John Campbell refers in his will as his grandson, son of James. '^ 

Richard Brownrigg married Sarah Campbell ; one son Thomas was the issue of 
this union. Sarah married second Capt. David Meredith, of Hampton, Va, His 
will is also on record in Bertie County, executed in 1795; mentions brother 
Louis Meredith, half brother Edward Roe Jiggetts, nephew Jack Hunter, wife 
Sarah Meredith. 

fNoTE. — Vines Harrison bore the name of Vines Cropley, of Chowan. 


Daniel Hnckins. March 6. 1733; wife Ann, sons Bartholomew 
aiiH Valeiiiiue; probated June Court. 1733. 
Betijatuin iluiidle. (No date ) William Hondle. 
NaMiatiiei Hall. January 31, 1734; prubattd February 17, 1734; 
wife Eilinor, son Joseph, B-nj imin 11 dl. 

David Hendefjjon, ol Beriie. Frbiuary 13, lT3.>-*(); probated 
Maich 9, 1735; nephew George Ileuderfcon, sister Gounou Hcuder- 

Richard Harvey. February 22, 1732-3; probate<l August 3, 1733; 
sons John, Richard, Peter, Lemuel, Jonas and James, daughter 
BriHgft, wife Alary. 

Jasper llirdison. M*»y 8, 1733; probated November 5, 1733; wife 
Mary, John Hirdison. Judah Sutton, S'»n Jasper, C larUs llardiaon, 
Jo>liuaar.d Thomas Hardison, Richard and Jose|>li Hardi>ori. 

Jnhn ILiwcott, of Chowan. 8ons Edward, John and Ruhard, 
eldest daughter Elizabeth Branch, son Naihauit-I, daughter Mary 
H'Wcott,son Kichardsou, daughter Mary, wife Alary; July 2(5, 1733; 
September 12, 1733. 

Htz-kiah Hall. January 9, 1733-4; Alarch Court, 1733-4; daugh- 
ter Saiah, wife Ann; wife and Davi<l ^hf^pard Exmmuois. 

Jane Hambleton. Alarch 2H, 1733t-*4; John Garritt and Alary 
his wife; probated April 22, 1734. 

John Hioks. 2d November, 1732; sons Willaim, Robert, Thomas 
and John, daughters Elizabeth, Alary and SHrah. 

*Robert Hickp, of Sandy Point, Chowan Precinct. November 25, 
17o3; Januarv Court, 1734; 8>n Tbomas, son inlaw Daniel Hilsey, 
wife Es lif r Hicks, my children. 

friiomas House, c»f Bertie. July 5, 17.*^3; probated Alay 2, 1734; 
sons George and Baylis, daughteis Ann and E<lith. 

t Tiiotnas Hoskins. October 24, 1733 ; April ('oiu t, 1734 ; d uighter 
Sarah Charlton, pon William, daughter Mary ; William II skins and 
John B-nbnry Executors. 

E'imnnd nojiuwell. 17th day, 4th month, 1720; probate<l Octo- 
ber 24, 1720; broihers J«)hn and TliomMs Ilollowell, 
Daniel Handworker. Alarch 11), l729-*30; wife Ca h^rine. 
§John Hill, of Bith. S»n^ Joshua aiirj J.hii; March 29, 1721. 
Witnesses, Thomas Tison, Harmon Hill, Willuim Nichols. 

*NoTE.— Rol)ert Hicks married Estlier Luten. danjjliter of ThoiOHS Liiten. 
Esther i« mentioned in the wiU of Mrs. Ksther Pnlhx^k as a legatee, and possibly 
bore her name. Rol)ert Hicks was Rearisler of Chowan Precinct. Books B and 
Cin the Register of Deeds' ofiBce at Edenton are in his iiandwritintr. He o\\ lu d 
the land on which a portion of the town of Edeuton is built. One of tlie streets 
bears his name. 

f Query — Can any of his descendants furnish a record <»f tliis family ? Would 
likf» to have it. 

JNoTE. — He had other children, among them son Thomas. Who can furnish. 

§NoTK. — Give us the name of his father; it is desired for use in a record of the 
Hill family. 

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*John Hinton. June 21, 1730; October Court, 1732; sons IlnHy, 
John, William nnd Msilachi, dtu^liter Ann Alston, wife Mary Iliti- 
ton, children Mary, Jiidah, Uachel, liuse, Sjirah, Ciiarity, Hardy, 
John, WilliHm and Malachi. 

Richard Ilubbandd. August 16, 1732; September 5,1732; wife 
Jane, sons Richard and John. 

Wdliam Hunter. January 4, 1732-3 ; January 18, 1732-3; sons 
William, Ephraim and Thomas, daughters Judith, Ann, E^iher, 
Mary and Alice. 

Thomas Hawkins. Octobers, 1730; July 21, 1732; brother 
James, wife E iziheth, daughters Mary, Ehzubeth, and Sarah, wife's 
eldf^st daughter Elizih«-th, son TliMmas. 

David Hicks. September 9, 1732; probated D cember 23, 1732j 
son-in law Thos. Asliley, Jr, dauglrer Lucretia, wife Elizal»eih. 

Henry Hayman. May 22, 1727; probated July 18, 17^7; son 
William, daughter Ann, child in esse, brother Tliomas Hayman; 
wife Mary. 

Daniel Harrison, of Chowan. Wife Elizibeth, son Joseph Harri- 
son ; Elward Paget, and my wife Executors; Jmuary 14, 172t>-7. 

John Henly. Probated July Court, 1728; wife Isabel, son J. dm, 
daug^hters Mary and Miiiam, Jesse Heuly and wife Elizabeth, 
daughter Eiizibeth. 

John llambleton. February 25. 1700-7: probated April 2. 1711; 
sons James, William and S eward, riaughterin law M iry H<»hgood, 
datichter Marv llambleton, pons John and Andrew, wife Catharine. 

fRicliaid Hill,otBith. Gramld luorhier Elizabeth Hill, brother 
Francis Hill, soniti Imw Evan Junes, daughter Ann Jones; Craven 
Precinct, March 18, 1728-4. 

JAnthony H itch, of Perquimans. Augu«^t, 1, 1720 ; November lOj 
172»); sons Edmund an<l Lnnb, wife Elizibeih, sou Anlhony, 
brothers-in-law George Durant and Richard Whedbee. 

§George Hill, of Bath. April 17. 1722; wife Mary, sons John 
and George, fou Harmon, daughter Rjchel ; sous John and George, 
and wife ±.xecutors. 

TlKunas Hicks. October 20. 1722; probated August 24, 1724; 
Christopher Sutton, S'»n ot Jo-ef)h Sutton, sisters Hannah and Abi- 
gail Hicks, Parish of Brishi!»gton. Old Eiiglatul. 

*KOTE. — This family has as large a list of connections as any family among 
the early settlers of the colony. Colonel John Hinton lived, and died in thai 
part of Chowan Precinct — now embraced in the Iiiies of Uates County. Which 
member of the Alston family did daughter Ann many? Any inform jti<in will 
be gratefully received, giving the history of this family. We have a part, bul 
not sufficient to show fully the connections with other families. 

t Note. — Would be very grateful for history ut this family. 

I Note. —Anthony Hatch married Elizabeth Dnrant. daughtprof John DuranI 
and granddaughter of George Duiant, the elder. Richard Whedbee married a 
Fister of Elizabeth Hatch. Mrs. Elizab th Hatch married, s cond. Tulley Wil- 
iiams whose first wife was Grace Sanderson, daughter of Kichard Sanmrhon, 
of Little River. Their daughter Penelope Williams married William Keed, 800 
of Christian Reed and grandson of Gov. William Keed. 

^ Note.— Wanted, information relative to this family. 


Sarah Hawkins, widow. October 19, 1719; probated November 
21, 1722; Thomas Merriday, property by his uncle's last will, heirs 
of Elizabeth Hawkins, alias Hubble, married Jno Hubble. 

James Hodges. September 23, 1722; October 11, 1722; wife Sa- 
rah Catharine Hodges, cousin Elizabeth Harrison. 

Ttiomas Harmon, of Pasquotank. March 9, 1720-'l; March 30, 
1721 ; eon Jo'^eph, daughters Sarah and Jane, wife Satal^ 

Dorothy Harvey, of Pasquotank. Brother Ttiomas Tooke, of Isle 
of Wight County, Va., and his seven cliildren, James, Thomas, D.^r- 
othy, John, Abraham, Isaac and William. 

John Hopkins. October 14, 1721 ; probatpd November 2,1721; 
Charles Craddock, granddaughter Sarah Hopkins, my two sons. 

*John Hecklefieid. May 30, 1721; probated August Ctuiri, 1721; 
son John Hecklefieid; Edmund Gale and George Durant Executors. 

Elenor Horner. 25, 12 month, 1719-20; daughter Amy SLafford. 

Daniel Hilsey. March 3, 1719; wife Mary and her children,, 
daughter Dorothy. 

John Hawkins. December 4, 1717; probated April 20. 1720; 
cousin Tliomas M-'rriday, wi^e Sarah, heirs of J<ihn Hut»blewho 
married my sister Elizabeth Hawkins of High Wiekham, county of 

Robert Harman. October 3, 1717; July 29, 1718; grandson 
Robert Harman, wife Elizibeth, grandson John Harman, (laughter 
Sarah, granddaughter Mary Harman; wife and John Wyati Ex- 

, John Hawkins. February 8, 1716 7; probated 10 April, 1717; 
sous Joihua and James,daughter Anne, Thomas son of Joyce Harts- 
home; Joyce Harishorne Executrix. Witnesses, Thomas Rogers, 
Frnncis R »gers, .John Hardy. 

Marv Haig, of Newt>egun Creek, Pasquotank Precinct. January 
28. 17i8; probated January 20, 1718-9; Gabriel Newby and Joseph 
Glaister Exfcuiors. 

William Ilaig, of same place. January 28, 1718-'9; probited 
March 2, 1718-'y; sou William, wife Mary, daughters Mary, Sarah 
and Ann Haig. 

Henry Hay man. May 23, 1G97; probated July 18, 1727; son 
William, daughter Ann, child in esse, brother Tiiomas H»yman, 
three children. 

George Harrington, of Chowan. October 21, 1718; December 10, 
1718; wife Judy Haughton, daughter^ Elizabeth; brother Tuomas 
Hanghton and wife Ex«^cutors. 

• William Hooker. 8 January, 1716-7; eldestson William Hooker, 
son Waller or Wallace, son-in law Sunuel Siz-^m^re, grands »n Wil- 
liam Lewis, daughter Ann Evans, daughter Bridgeit Mann, Mar- 

•NoTE.— It was at his houne on Little River, in Perquimans, where the courts 
for Albemarle County were held for several years. 

62 North Cakolina Historical 

g«rft Lewis. Juie Brown and E izabeth Sizemore, son Godfrey 
Ho'iker; \\ illiMin !!• (jk*^ r Extc-iitor. 

liohert IleniiHii. J iiiu ny 20, 1714; proved April 12, 1715; sons 
Robert hihI Jolm, d»u<;hier Mnrv, wife Uebec»a. 

J .bii ILinisou. November 10,1710; brother Thomas Harrison, 
sister 11 'tnuih. 

John Iliiris. ILirris son of S^r^h T> ner, Willinnr) and Sarah 

cbiMien c»f Saiwh Tmer, wile MiMted Harris; Dr-eeniber 10, 1711. 

Joseph II»I Ibroiiuh, oi Oo ober « 1, 1711; lrien<i Alexan- 
der Avers E izi»»elh Avera, Sauuij y^anson; brother John Holds- 
broMiili Exei-nt<»r. 

llunipliiey Harrington. N veniber 2, 1713; danghter Anai Har- 
rii ut<iii, (hin^hur in hiw Ann M j nr, my wile E izaheti) Mij ur. 

J .hn Htxl^son, of Chowan. Wife iM try llodg <»n, my mill to 
Rnheii HeHti.'s eMest dan|;hier, son Neliemiah, Thomas IleMth, 
John Wood. Ann lleatli. J iines ll^^aih, William S oH, Joseph Beu- 
neti*.s S"n J«»»ii ; wife M ry Kxrcinrix; Anjijost 15. 172 

William II Hg. Ju y 8. 171J5: son Wil iam. chihl in esue, 

Af'ica Ili«k'<, wife c»f R»l)ert. November 7, 1711; >on8 Patrick 
and G»>'K*'*'^' M^Gr* gory, hn^hand Robeit, Madame Hunt. 

Rirhaid Haiidru'k, 'f Perquimans. August 8, 1712; FrancisCar- 
pew, John Hincoek, J 'lin I' ine. 

S.mut I Hill, of Warwirk Counly. Va. 1G93. 

♦l-aac llill, of Berne. M«ich 8, 1710: 8(»n8 M'chael, T«a9C. John 
and Nailuiniei. dear daughter Mir Iih; Captain Robert We^t Execu- 
tor, to hipejire my yonii^esi>on Nathaniel. Witnesses, Edward Bryan, 
William MiHile, John tide. 

flh. niM!^ Harvey. Apiil 10. 1720; probated November 10 1729; 
wife Elizibeili lliirvey, sons, J.»hn, Bt-iijamin an<i Miles, 
brother Mi fs Grtle, ea<h of C •!. Robert West's <laughter8, to-wit, 
MntliM. Sindi Moil M«ry \V»sl, d.uighters by his wi'e, my sister 
Marv Hjirvey; Elizab* th Chiyon, anil Penelope Little, wife of Wm. 
Lil'le; chil«l?en of i he wife < f J nnes Sittt rson and wife of Willi'in 
T<tttrton; J hn Cole, s »n of J.»lin Cole of N.-msemond C(»untv, Va.; 
Joshua Wloiry, son of Anhoiiy Wherrv, E izubeih, daus.diter of 
Aniho!>y Wheiiy: bp'lher MiUsGileol Bo ton. kinsnien Wm. L't- 
tle, C'l. Kdvvjird Mosehy,'! houias Pvdh ck, wile Eliz*belli and Julia 
Lovick E\'eint<>rs. 

♦Note — I-a^c Hill whs either the grandfjither or preat-prranrlfather of Hon. 
Whilinell Uill II John Hill nuirtHHie.l in this will had a son named John Hill, 
then Isaac was his j^reatfrfandfather. We would he^^lad to have all the light now 
in existence with relerence to this faniilv. Na'h;oiiel Hill, the youngest son, . 
marr ed in 17*22 Klizjiheth. daughter <»f John an. I Rehfcea Harly. 

fNoTK. —Thomas Harvey was th»^ son of > iovernor Tliomas Harxey.and married 
Eliz;iheih Cole, daughter of (U>\. James Cede, of I'erquimans. His n«other was 
Sarah Laker, daughter of Henjamifi Laker, of Penjuimans County Sarah - 
Laker's >econd huslwud was - hii-^t'-ph^^r (Jale. Chief Ju>*iice of the Colony. Col. 
Rohert VVe^t. of Herti*-. mairie<i Maiy Harvey, sister of Th(»nms Harvey. Colonel's first wife heing a daughter of (iovei nor Thomas Polioek. As I purpose in 
a future numher to give an extended history of the Harvey family, I will not 
add more now to what has been said. 

AND Genealogical Rkgister. 53 

Christian Wer, of Craven. October 4. 1717; proHa^ed N »v#*m- 
ber 7, 1747; wife El z iUeLh,sons J hiianlW II in in, daugluer:* Eliza- 
beth and S'i<anna, brothers F'f^dHrick atul J hn. 

Richard IlanN. Mirch7, 1733: O.Miib-r (Jourt, 173"); son R ibert, 
danjrjiier J ifie Wayne d mghter El zabeih Riwlings wife E Zibt^th. 

Il-nry Irby. December J7, 17-^3; probileil Mirrli iJ). 1734; sons 
Wnliain ami Henry, daughter Ann, dau^bier El zabeiii Cv>rD, 
daughter of Fortune ri»lderbv. 

*John I>may. July IJ, 1721); probated August 5, 1732; daughter 
Mary, wiff* Sarah. 

Wdl of Samuel Johnston, of Onslow County. November 13, 1750; 
proha ed January 3, l7oy; daughters Je^n, Peneloj»e, Isabel, Ann, 
and Ilannali. w»ns S«muel and John. Wiiness, Gary Godbie, Win. 
Williams, John Milton. 

Will ol G V. Gabriel Johnston, of E len ILuise, Bertie County, N. C. 
16ih May. 175i; probated Af»ril ]0, 17^3; wile Fiances J .hnslon, 
daughter Pc nelope, the jiroperty which I had by ber mother, in case 
of her death, to go to my brother Samuel's children, Henry Jobn- 
8ton, now at scb'ol at Nf w Haven, niece Penelope's brothers two 
sons Samuel and John, mv books to Wm Cathcart, sister E iz/ibeth 
Sinclair, of File, North Britain, Caroliua J hn^ton, cme tifih of bil- 
ance of my e siate to my wife, two filihs to Win. Cathcart, in trust for 
my biuther, one filth to sister Eliza »«eth Sinclair, one fifth to H^nry 
Johnston: Simuel Johnston atid Wm. Cathcart Executors. Djne 
at Eden House, 16th May, 17 >2. 

William Jones, of Halif ix. January 3, 1758; June Court, 1759; 
s^ns William, H^'nry, and Briiton, son Simon, daughteis Sarab, 
Winnifr^'d, Anne, and Siva, wife Sarah. Witness, Augusiine Bate. 

J •hn Jolinson, of Northampton County. Granddaughter Mary 
J'»hnsun Biidgers, wife Mary; January 27, 1745-'0; August Court, 

J.inathan J«mes, of Pasquotank. April Court, 1740; elder son 
C<»rneliu«, y< unger sou Junaihan, daughters Elizabeth, Ruth, and 
Dmah, wife Su«an. 

Elizdhth Jeffries. 5lh Februarv, 1742; probated May Court, 
1743; daughter Elizabeth Boddie, dnughter of John Boddie. 

Klizabeih J« tfnes. June 20, 1742; son John Hilliard,son O-^born 
Jtffiies, son Robirt Ililliard, granddaughter Elizibeth Boddie, 
grandson Jacob Holland, son of Jeremiah Holland, daughter Eliza- 
be h Bo<l lie, son William Ililliard, grandsons William, James, and 
Elias Ililliard, sogs of William, sou-iu law John Boddie, grand-on 
J hn B>ddie, granddaughter Sarah Ililliard, in care of Jolin Ilil- 

Christopher Jtfrries. January 23, 1735, April 1736; Elizabeth 
Po»'le, daughter of Joseph Pottle. 

Williatn Jones, of Bertie. Wife Anne Jones, son Ephraim, child 
incM^e. M.rch 15 17:^6; May Court, 1736. 

* Note. — Wife Sai-ah Catharine, married second Christopher Gale, being his 
Becond wife. No issue by Uale. 

64 North Carolina Historical 

Henry Jernigan, of Bertie. August Court, 173G; wife, son Henry, 
son Jaci)b, daughter Ann Jones, son Jesse, son Dempsey. "^ZL, 

John Jones. March 17, 1735; May Court, 1730; son James, son 
Frederick Jones, wife Martha, daughter Mary Bonner, second daughter 
Anne*C<»tten,daughterPrudence Williams, grandson Abraham Jones, 
grandson John Jones, son Joseph; John Brown, John Battle and 
Wm. Mears, Executors. 

Joseph Jessop, of Perquimans. March 12, 1735-6; August 25, 
173G; friend Stephen Thomas, nepliew Thomas Jessop, nephew 
Timothy Jessop, brother Thomas, brotLer Jonathan Jessop, grand- 
daughter Mary Moye, wife Margaret Jessop, cliildreu Mary, Thomas, 
Elizabeth and Jonathan, granddaughter Marv Mayo. 

William Jackson. April 21,1735; sons Moses and Aaron, wife 
Margaret, daughters Parthenia and Margaret. 

Joseph Jewel^. December 24, 1736; sons John, Benjamin, Samuel 
and James, wife Francis. 

John Johnson. September 10, 1693; son-in-law Lawrence. Gon- 
salvo, ^ife Sarah. 

Charles Jones. July 15, 1695; Sarah Alford, Tabitha Alford. 

William Jackson, of Pasquotank. February 21, 1695-*ti; daugh- 
ter Ruth Davis, wife Elizabeth, sons David, Zacbariah, Daniel and 

Gabriel Johnston and Penelope bis wife; 1741; deed to John 

Jo^^n Jennings, of Pasquotank. 14th May, 1734; April 8, 1735; 
wile Elizabeth; witness, Ann Bryan. 

Elizabeth Jevins. 3rd February 1734-5; deceased husband's 
nephew Nathaniel Chevin. 

Isaac Jones. January 31, 1734; January 7, 1734-'5; wife Mary; 
eldest sor) John, son Isaac, son Nehemiah, eldest daughter Dorothy, 
daughter Mary. 

William Jones, of Chowan. May 4, 1722; probated March 28, 
1723; son John Jones, his sons Ji»hn and James Jones, his sons 
David and William, son Henry; William Lyies 100 acres land 
known as Walston old field, son Charles lUO acres known aa 
Branch's old field, dflughter Jean Liles, daughter Elizabeth Spiers, 
daughter Dorothv Walston; Thomas Luten, Jr., Executor. 

William Harding Jones. January 2, 1730; probated July 27, 
1732; wife Ann Jones, brother Frederick and Thomas Jones. 

Willinm J<irdan. July 4, 1732; probated November 2. 1732; son 
John, daughter Esther, wife Sarah; Nathaniel • Everett Executor 

John Jernapan, of Bertie. March 2, 1733; probated July 10, 1733; 
sons Hfiirv, Thomas, George and James, wife Temperance; wife and 
Benjamin Hill, Executors. 

Willinm Junes, of Pasquotank. Mrty 9, 1733; probated May 30, 
1733; sons Thomas and William, son Thomas Jame^, daughter Re- 
becca, daughter Frances McKeel, son Samuel, wife Jane. 


John J^iies. May 12, 1727; probated May 15, 1727; grand- 
daughter Elz.iheili.daughtrol David Jones, son William, childreo 
John, E izabeib, Thomas and David; Samuel Pagett Executor 

Fiedeiirk Jnne?, of Chowan. April 0, 1722; March 26, 1723; 
eldest diUffhWr J.ine, daughter MarUia, <l.tughter R^'becca,ehlest sou 
WiHian) Harding Jones, son Thomas Junes, sou Frederick Jones, 
bmthir Thos. Jmes, of Virginia. 

Richard Jasf»er. Ociobtr 30, 1722; probated March 30, 1723; 
wife, dang'iter Elizibeth, s<mi Smiut-b sori Jouaihan, daughter Anu, 
daughter II innah, s 'nihlaw John Leath. 

Saingel Jones. September 30. 1723; probated April 1, 1726; sons 
Tl)omas,S.inineI, William, Ilezekiah and Z>chariah, daughter Jane. 

Willinni Joy, if Paj-qnotHnk. December 17, 1725; January 1, 
17i5-'G; S 'himon Easter, Sarali Easter, wife MargreTy. 

Eilward James, of P^isqnotank. Ft-bruary 8, 1720; April Court, 
1721'; Cousin J 'hn Murpliv, cousin Mary Murffy, son-in-law Heze- 
kiah-snn-in law D-zier PiUs, brother William Jones, son Edward 
James, son Gilbert James. 

S'l. mnn Jordan. March 3. 1721 ; probated April 11,1722; wife, 
daughfers Lncreiia and Hebecca, son Abraham land on north side 
Casliie River, child in ease; brother Snell, Robert West, and my wife 

John Jo-^dan. December 21, 1719; probated April 23, 1720; 
di.Ui!hter8 Margaret and Mary. 

John Jennings, of P,i.-qn. tank. August 13, 1718; probated June 
16, 17 0; ^on VV illiam J* nnings, wife Ann, daughter Mary Sawyer, 
dautjhter E izibeib Reding. 

Ann Jennings, widow of John, Pi«sqno*ank. February 20. 1719-'20; 
prohateci May 2, 1720; son S e| hen Delamare, son Ir-aac Delamaro, 
dauifhier Anne Delamare, husband Scarborough, son Edward Pope, 
Uiirv Read ng. 

Edwnrd Jones. Mirch 13, 1718-MO; probated July 15, 1720; 
daughier Priscilla, bro her James Jones, brother-in-law Winn 
R« OS, dangh'er Abigail, cou-in Pii>cilla Jones. 

Su-annah Johnson. Anirnst 13, 1717; July 29,1718; son William 
John.'on, gran«l-on Jacob Pnrrotr, grandHaughter Elizabeth Parrott, 
f'iend John Ilaidy, gc»<Non Edward Fr*^<lerick Razor, daughter 
France-j Haz^r-; dau^diler Fra!)fes» Raz>r Executrix. 

(Hiriieliu< J -nes. Mav 8, 1714; son Cornelius, daughter Elizabeth, 
dnug'ifer Ann Joi^es, wife Eiizbeth; in describing land speaks of 
fjiio. Hawkins' line and traet c lied Robin'^on. 

Laac Jack.^^on, of Rath. September 7, 1716; April 2, 1717; son 
Thoina-, Hjingliier E izabeth ClH»«ter, daujjhter Ruchel Adams, 
dau^htei Margaret, wife Elizibeth Executiix,my friend John Jordan 

Th'inas Jonps. Jannnrv 11, 1712-'3; wife E'iznbeth Executrix 
and hpihfr Wm. Jones Executor; sous Tliomas and John, son in-law 
Luke Harmon. 

56 North Carolina Historical 

Daniel Jones, of Perqniman«. Octobpr 10 1713; wife Sarwh Jones 
and cliiM in etine; my wife, brollierAriliur Jout sand friend Tiuiulbj 
Clare Executors. 

J lih Jones, of Cashoke, ChowRn Precinct. January 7, lTn-'2; 
sislerin law Susannjih Daniel, E iz»h th L-werton tjaught^r of John 
Lewerton,dHughter Mary Jonts* wife El^z ibeili Junes sole Exeriiirix. 

Fiancifs J.mes. Dead willioui a will, Novemiier 20, 1713; Arthur 
Jone"<, nearest of kin, administrator. 

L<-wis Johnson, of Bath. Suns William and Richard Johnson; 
October 9, 1711. 

William Kinchen, Jr,of Edcr^combe November 6, 1758; sons 
John and WilliMin, danghters Martha, El Zibelh, Temperance and 
Mary; my brother Blake Buker, Henry Dawson and son John Ex- 

Michael King, of Berlie. May 20, 17U ; wife Isabel, sons Michael, 
Henry and J »hn, daughters Catherine, Isabel, Peiif-lope an<l Mary. 

William Kitching, of Perquimans May 4, i736; pr bated May 
20, 17o0; Josiah Rogerson, sou of Daniel, Sarah Roberis, widow, 
John Lilly. 

Joseph King. Dead without a will; Richard Sanderson Jr., ad- 
ministrator; 6th Jjinuary, 1704. 

John Keaton, of Perquimans. February 28, 1734-V5; October 21, 
1735; sons John, Joseph and Lewis, daughter Elizibeth Wiggins, 
wife Eliz«beth. 

Smith Kelley. April 5, 1734; probated 29th April, 1734; son 
Nicholas Kelley. 

Lewis Alexander Knight, of P»squotank. March 17, 1731-*2; 
Apiil Court, 1732; wife Ann, sons E nannel and Lwis. 

Tredle Keefe, of Bertie. November 10, 17*23; wife Elenor. sons 
Tredle and John, Jimes Bate, Margaret Kcele, Elizabeth Keefe; 
February Court, 1724. 

George Kemp. January 20, 1723~'4; October 28, 1724; sons 
George and Allen, daughter Sarah, wife Marv. 

John Kent. September 28, 1711); April* 23, 1720; wife Mary, 
Rirhard Harvev, Executor. 

Thomas Kerby. May 1, 1715; July 16, 1719; eldest son Thomas^ 

second son Charles, youngest son Edwanl, eldest daughter , 

daughters Mabel and Esll)er, wife Esther Executrix. 

♦Tobias Knight. June 11, 1719; pro^mle(l July 7. 1719; daugh- 
ter-in-law Elizabeth Glover, Catt'arine Knitiht, my wife Executrix. 

Henry King, of Chowan. F»-bruary 24, 1714; sons Michael^ 
Henry and Ciiarles King, land in Virginia, Nansemond C nnty, 
daughters Elizabeth aud Catharine King, daughters Ann and Mary 

Simon Knight. Is dead, without a wmII ; Jidin Porter greatest cred- 
itor, granted administration upon his estate; Februaiy 11. 1710-7. 

♦ Note.— Tobias Knight married Catharine Glover, widow and relict of Gov. 
William Glover. 

AND Genealogical Register. 57 

* Francis Kaspw^l I, of Alligator. Diut^hters Martha and Mary, 
youngest brotljerMatiliewCasewell, loving wife Executrix; January 

Jolm Little, of Anson County. D. cemher 8, 1755; sons Thomas, 
WiUiam, Hnd John, gran«ls«»n Thomas Liitle, sun Architinhl Lilile, 
daughter Martha, wile of John iieed,sou Jam-s, daugluer Mirgaret, 
8on Alexander, wife. 

Thomas Long, of Perquimans. March 7, 1734; April Court, 1754; 
wife Sarah, sons J.»shua Hud Thomns. 

Jtishua Long, of Tvrrell. January 7, 1750; June Court, 1754; 
dHU^h'ers Priscilla, Kesiah, and E>ilier, nephew Stephen Long, wife 

William Long, of Perquimans. Julv 10, 1758; wife Ann, sons 
Simon, Thomas, Reuben, Jauie<% and William, grandsons Saniuel 
and Ichahod, grandson Joshua Wyatt, granddaughter Mary, daugh- 
ter 0' Jacob Wyatt. 

Thomas L^^e, of Tyrrell. March 5, 1751 ; February Court, 1752; 
wifrt Mary, s*ns Widiam and S evens, daughter Priscilla. 

Jam^s Loi-khart, of Bertie. December 7. 1753; May Court, 1754; 
60n8 LillingUm and Gt-orge, all my chidten. son James. 

Elizabeth Lillington, of Baih. July 8,1731; December Cmrt, 
1741 ; son Richard Barrow, s ins J »-eph and J .mes Birrow, daugh- 
ter in law Mary Bii row, wife of Richard Btrrow, dauj^hter 8drah 
Harris, Hanghter Anna Campbell, s >ns Samuel and William Birrow. 

John L werton, of B.^rtie. Augu4 23, 1740; February 23, 1742; 
nephew John Gregory, sister Mary Jones. allnH Gregory. 

£lizd>eih Lattimore, of B.rtie. March 3, 1753; James Smith, 
Rirhard Tomlinson. 

Juliana Larker, of Perquimans. September 24, 1735; Jmuary 
Court, 1738; great grands »n Benjamin {Scarborough, son of McRorna 
Scrtrhcirongh, and my granddaughter Ann Hutson Worlhen, or 
Juliana Worihen. daughter of my sis er N^'Stnania llutson,daui5liter 
Juliana Palmer, Martha Palmer, Samuel P.dmer. Brick graveyard at 
Abraham Sanders, where my mother's husband and friends are 

Kichard Leary, of Tyrrell. April 20, 1738; probated September 
6,1738; sons Cornelius, J ihn, Thomas and Richard, wife Sarah, 
daufirhlers Sarah, Marv and Rebecca. 

J hn Ludford, of Tyrrell. February 6, 17*^-T>; sister Sarah 
Lu'lfnnl. sisfer Hannah, Isaac Fuzoitr ck, brother Thomas Lndford, 

tJnhn Loviek. November 27, 1727; 10 li, 1733; John Lovick, son 
of my brother Thomas, brother J.»hn Gilland, I leave all to his sis- 
t<*r my wH'e; wife Penelone, uncle Parrs, wile, Christopher Gale, 
&imund Gale, and Win. Li'tle, Executors. 

*X0TE. — This should be spelled Ca^^weU. 

fNoTE. — J«ihn Lovick was Secretarv of the Colony. He married first Sarah 
Blount, da uji;hter of John Blount and his wife Elizabeth Davis. No issue. Sec- 
ond married Mrs. Penelope Maule, relict of VVm. Alaule, and daughter of Gov, 
Charles Eden. No ibsue. 

58 North Carolina Historical 

Thomas Lilly. Octobpr 12. 1735 ; eldest son John, Hmighter Mar- 
garet, and her husband John Ri<i(iick, sons Thoma'*, William, Tim- 
othy and Joseph, wife Sarah, daughters Mary and Jane. 

Alexander Lillington, and VVm. SherriU, nearest of kin to Thos. 
C!o(»ke. No date. 

John Leary. Married widow of William Charles. N > date. 

William Lawrence. July 5, 1094; daughters Rachel and Jane, 
cousin Rachel Sneiling, wife Margaret, brother Israel JSnelling, 
brother John L^iwrenc**. 

James Loadman. November 14, 16^4 ; Jane Binfield, Richard 
Bar^field, l«nd in Sumerton, William Bvillt-r, Sarah B.asley, Timo- 
thy Clare, Elizabeth Phelps, William Bogue. 

*Alex. Lillington, of Perquimans. September 9. 1G97 ; sons John 
and George, daughter Ann Walker, daughter Eizabtth Kendall, 
daughter Mary Lillington, daughter S irah Lihing on, wife Ann. 

fBenjamin Laker, <»f Perquimans. Apiil4, 1701 ; G-orge Blayton, 
daughter Sarah Harvey, wife Juliana, daughter Ruth; wife Ex- 

William Lat)^, Sr. August 3,1701; daughter B.irbara, grand- 
daughter Mary Latye, daughter-in-law Mary Latye, sou William 

George Low. May 3, 1729; wife Elizabeth, sons John, George, 
Edward and William, wife Elizabeth, daughters E.izabeih, Maty 
and Sarah. 

David Lawler. No date. Wife Mary, father-in-law Thos. Homes, 
his wife Elizabeth Homes. 

William Lacey. January 17, 1734 ; probated 29th January, 1734; 
sons William, Thomas and Joseph, wife. 

James Long, of Chowan. September 1, 1734; April Court, 1733; 
eldest son James Long, second son Giles Long, hroiher 'i'hos. Loug, 
John Long, Andrew Li'mg, son JosIkh, daug:hter Elizabeth. 

Ann Leigh. August 9, 1732 ; April 7, 1733; Be*iufoit ; son Sam- 
uel D.irden, son Jacob, son James, their daugi)ter Sarah, daughter 
Ann Adams, granddaughter Sarah Adams, son Jose|»h Darden, 
daughter Jane Walkins, granddaughter Mary Walkius, son-in-laW 
Abraham Adams. 

William Lewford, of Pasquotank. October 2, 1732; sons Wil'iam, 
Thomas and John, daughters Christian, Martha, Thompson, Rachel, 
Sarah and Johanna, wife Cnristian, mother Feare. 

William Lewis, of Bath. December Jl, 1731; probated August 
5,1732; wife M^iry, daughter Sarah Sinclair, daughter Mary Du«Jley, 

* Note.— Dautfhter Ann Walker was the wife of Gov. Hendersofi Walker. Sho 
married second. Edward Most'ley. She rests in St. Pauls churchyard, in Kden- 
ton. N. C. beside her husband. Hendeison Walk-r. 'I hey weie buried at Mose- 
ley Point, but a few years ago the Vestry of the Parish removed them to the 
cemetery in Edenton to save their remains from the encroachment of the waters 
of Albemarle Sjund. Near them rest also the remains of Gov. Thomas Pollock 
and wife Martha. Gov. Charles Eden and wife Penelope. 

f Note. — Daujifhter Sarali married, first. Gov. Thomas Harvey : second, Chris- 
topher Gale. Daughter Kuth married, first, James Ming; secopd, Richard San- 
derson, of Lit Je River, Perquimans. 

AND Genealogical Register. CO 

w>n8 WilHara and Solomon, daughter Magdalene Bagford, daughter 
Bli'li Benson. 

J.icoh Leary. November 1, 1731 ; eldest son Jacob, youngest son 
Cliristian, daughter Mnry. 

Th'»mas L >nir, of Perquimans. S^p*ember 21,1727; November 
27, 1727; S)n8 William, Joshua and Thomas, daugliier SaraliLeary, 
wife Kebecca. 

Emanuel L^w, of Pasquotank. 21 day, first mon'h, 1720-'l; 
8lli March, 17 JO-M ; dauj^jiiter Ann Lelitia Low, grandson George 
Low, son of Nt-vil Low, my cous'n R»hii)son. 

Palrick Lnwier. November 29, 112S; daughter Lawley, son Dar- 
by, wife Patience, son Diivid Liwler. 

Francis Leyden. Apiil 22, 1728; wife El'zibeth, sons William, 
Francis and George, daughter Mary, son Isaac, Cousin Wm. Mid- 

Robert Loyd, of Elenton. December 10 172G; probated October 
8, 17'i8; wife Sarah Cathaiine, my uncle Roderick Loyd, of Lin- 
eolii's Inn, England. 

Ann Lillington, January 2G, 1721; probated April 2, 1725; 
danghter E izabeth Lillintrton, grandson John Simcm?, daughter 
Eliziheih Lillington, grandson John Sinions Ex»cu or. 

William Lenton, or L-^wton, of Biih. Wife Mnrgaret, son , 

two daughters ; January 12, 172G-7; June 20. 1727. 

William Lowe, of Chowan. July 31, 1720; probated April 17, 
1722; sons John and Wilbam, land in Pi it ce G or^re Coui»ty, Vir- 
ginia, son in-law Robert Dixon, daughter Elizabeth Pace, wife Anne 

Thomas Lee. July 23, 1722; July 30, 1722; brother William 
Lee, daughters Rachel and Jane. 

Luodovick Lof in, of Chowan. Sons Conu lius, Leonflrd, son 
Benoni. daughter Percolly, Jane and Ji»yce; April 11, 1720; January 

TlionTas Luis, of Pasquotank. July 24, 1720; wife Margaret, son 
Thomns, Jr. 

8 rah Long, of Perqnimms. July 8, 171''; brother in law 
Thomas Long, brother Long, sisi« r Miry Pearce, sij^ler Kebt c<a Long, 
brother in law Th-inis Penrce, C'rneJius Leary, son of Hichard, 
Sarah I^arv, cousin John Wiat, Joshua Lonjr and his brother Wil- 
liam, faiher-in-law Thomas L'per, connin Jamns Chesson, Thomas 
Lon^, son of Thomas, Tlioniis Long and Tlnun^s Pierce Ex»cu'o»s. 

* Thomas Lee, of Chowan. March 14, l7M)-*7; probated July 
16. 1710; brother Wm. Lee. plantation c^il ed Cabin NM-k. east si'le 
Knid lick Creek ; cousins William, Ehz.ibftii and Edward Lee, Zd- 
pha B ount, wife Miry, son Stephen. 

*NoTR. — ^Thom>iR I^e marHerl Mary Blount, relic^t of (>pt. Th<»ma"* Blount ; her 
first hu.sband was Joseph Srott. of IVrqiiiinnns ; her marriage to Capt. Tliomas 
Blount bears date 1(585. Zilplm hlouMt was the daughter of Thomas Blount aud 
his wife Mary. She married John Edwards. 

60 North Carolina Historical 

Thomas Leper, of Balh. July 22, 1719; Ann Russ, wife Ann 

John Low(len, of Pasquotank. January 21, 1719; probated Julj 
21, 1719; chihlreii S«rah, Ann and Robert Lowden. 

R'chanI Lewis, of Chowan. July 21, 1719; probated August 14, 
17l9; SOLS John and Bigamin Lewis daughter Iluilson (probably 
witV of Jo^'eph Ilutson, note), sou William, daughter Jean, wife aou 
John Lewis, Executors. 

Henry Lokny. Dead, without a will; Ann Lewis (widow) his 
dauiihter, Ailinuiistratrix ; 1715 

Daniel f^on^lather. Jolv 28,1714; Anne Longlather, living in 
King and Queen Conntv, Virgiui»s my wife's two s«ons William and 
Joseph, Stewari, wile E izibe h; Joreph Jessop Executor. 

John Ligo. Deaci, withoiit a will; E^lward Moseley, attorney of 
Th'unas Carey (nearest of kin to deceased), Administrator; May 14, 

E,»hriam Lewerton, of C lowan. March 3, 1710; cousin John 
Lewrrlon, son of J.»hn L-werion, cousin William Jones, cousins 
Elizit>eih and William Lewerton, cousins Ann and Rebecca Jones, 
Re»Mcca Hmly; tru-ty friend John Htnly Executor. 

John Liwson. August 12,1709; Hannah Smith, daughter Isa- 
bella, her brother and sister and child in e^e, 

JamesL»fig. November 15, 1711 ; sons Jumes, Thomas and John, 
dautjhters Miry and Eiizibelh, grandson James, youngesst sou of 
my daUi^hier Mary, wife Elizibetli. 

William Long. June 2, 1701 ; wife Sarah Long, brother Thomas. 
Long's chiUlren James and William, Sarah Leary, Joseney Long, 
brother L»»ng. 

Thomas Long, of Perquimans. September 21, 1721 ; November 
27, 1721. 

William Licey. Jinuary 17, 1734-5; 29th January, 1734-5; sons 
William, Tnomas and J »seph, wile. 

Jacob Mullen. Son? I-saac. Ahraliam, Jacob and Thomas, daugh- 
ter Hannah; Jinuary J75S, Perqnmians. 

John Mason, Sr, of Hyde. Fe^»ruarv 15. 1737-*S; September 
Court, 1741 ; wife Mary, d lUijhter Mary, Jr., eldest son Roger, daugh- 
ter Margaret, youngest son Thomas, grandson M.ison Tison. grand- 
danghier K^-siah ilerringtou, grandson Johu,sun of Roger, Thomas 
Tison, Clinch Herrington. 

Thoma'^ Merriday, of Pasquotank. Wife Elizibpth, son-in-law 
Samuel Davi-», daughters E.izabeth, Mary and Sarah; March 1, 
1740; October, 1741. 

♦Arthur Mahson, of Carteret. Nepliew Wm. Cole, each of my 
wife's chiUIren, hy her former hu4)an<L Mr. G bble, <laugliter E izi- 
beth, wile of Natlnniel Smith, grai.d«on Waller Sniih, daughter 
Sn?ann«, wif--. son Arthur ap.d Ids childrnn ; March, 1748. 

♦Note. — Arthur Mabson's first wife was a daughter of Levi Creecy, of Pas- 

AND Genealogical Register. 61 

*Pa»ri(k\raule. April 19. 1736; wifeElizibefh, drtngh«er S^rah, 
daughter Barbara, diiaghter Mary; cousma Julm and Wm. Gray, 
Ex« tutors; son Joliu Maule. 

Robert McCr«ry. of Brriie. May 30. 1740; probated July 30, 
1740; Elizibeih B.rfield, daughler of ThoinHS, Mjitv, Elizabeth, 
Prircilla and Sarah Brown, daugliters of Thomas Brown, deceastd ; 
Tliomas Birfield. execntor. 

Lawrence McGeeor McGue, of Bertie. April 26, 1740 ; May Ci>urt, 
1740; my grandchildren born of D^ce Bryan my daughter, son Juo. 
Brvan, daughter Elice: fiiend Elward Bry«n Executor. 

Barnaby McKinne, Jr. 13lh October, i735-'G; probated Novem- 
ber Court, 1736; dnughter Patience, Barnaby Lane. 8on* of Joseph 
Lnne, daughter Mary, Birnaby McKinne, son of William, wife 
Mary, "brniiier Willirtui, Barnaby P'|>e, fon of Joim Pope, brother 
Robert and John McKiu'ie, James H«»well, cousin John Lane. 

Henry Miildleton. March 6, 1738-*9; June Curt, 1738; sons 
Jame^, .John and Henry, daughter Mary, wife Martha, soaiu-law 
Eiisha Farley. 

John Morris. 18, 9th month, 1739; January Court, 1740; sons 
Joseph, J.ihu, Zachariah and Isaac, daughters Sarah and Hannah, 
wife Mary. 

liebecca McKeel, of Bath. Sms Anthony, Thomas, John and 
Joseph, daughters Anne and Sarah ; May 7, 1729; December Court, 

James Moore. November 28, 1733; December 11, 1735; wife 
Susanna, sun Maurice Moore, daughter Sarah; John Dawson Execu- 

Thomas Mand. April 17,1736; August Court, 1736; my children 
and grandchildren, pfrandson MandueD »rthry. granddaughter Pris- 
cilU Dorihty. son William Bunn, da«ighter Mary. 

William Mariin. April 8. 1735-t'; August Court, 1736; sons 
Ricliard, Moses, Thomas and John, wile EUie, daughters Mary and 
Eli<e M.iriin. 

Thomas Xfuns. July 5, 1603; wife Anne Mnns. 

Thomas Man, of Bertie. November Court, 1735; wife Bridp^ett, 

snns John ami Thoma<», daughters Mary and Bridgttt, — Grillin, 

grandson George Williams. 

*NoTE. — Mary Maule married Mr. Bonner near Wasliington. N. C. John 
Maule married Elizaiieth Hare, of Virii^inia. He whs elected from Beaufort 
County to the Lejriblature in 1769; issue of John Maule and Elizabeth Hare, 
Anne Hare Maule. born ^larch 22, ITCo, married P. G. Koulhac. Elizabelli Maule 
married Smith ; no issue. 

Jamima married John G. Roulhac; lived in Martin County. N. C. Penelope 

married Bryan ; lived near New Bern, N. C, and left issue. Mosses Maule 

died unmarried ; lived with P. G. Roulhac. All born at Smith Point, ou Pamlico 
River. N.C 

Pi4trick Maule was a brother of William Maule. 

The above is taken from "Genealogical Memoir of the Roulhac Family in 
America." by Miss Hc»len M. Prescott, of Atlauta, Ga., a descendant of the 

62 North Carolina Historical 

. C>r.«mpnr Messier. Oclober, 1G96; probated May 7,1G97; son-in- 
law Richard Lewis. 

Joseph Mason. Is dead, no will; daughter Skittlelborpe Admiuis* 
tr«trix; M<y 3, 1702. 

Matthew Mid^ett. July Court, 1735; eMest son SamueK sotii 
John and Jo«*pph, daughiers Ann, Citharine, Ju-ly and Diuab 
Midgett, sons M itthew and Thomas, wife Judy (Body's Island). 

Joseph Mumfonl. No dale; wife Ann, daughter Elizabeth, son 
Joseph, son Edward (Ooslow Point) ^ 

Daniel McCoy, of Norfolk County. S >ns John and William, 
daughter Lvdia, wife Christian ; December 2, 1731 ; Oi'tober 8, 1735. 

Elward Minge, of Pasquotank. 27ih January, 1734-'5; February 
17, 1734-5; wife Mary, daughter Mary, half sisters Edzabetb and 
Sarah, wile's father, Joseph Jessop. 

John Martin, of Pasfjuotank. Son Nathaniel, daugbter Elliner 
Bryant, son Jose|»b, daughter Mary Ann Jessop, daughter Ann, sins 
John and Joshua, daughter Jane Morgan, sous-inlaw Johu MorgaiS 
and Thomas Jessop. 

John Moy, of Currituck. 3rd January, 1735; daugbter Jane,.son 
John, his ^randlather Pieders, wife Avis. 

E'izjbeth Marston. J.muary 2, 1732; S ptem^er 11, 1733; daugh- 
ter Mary. Mirston alias Hamilton, gnmdson Wiliiam Marsion llol- 
land, daughter"* Ann and Mourning (Bith). 

Jol)n Mnitoik:?. Oci(»ber 12, 1732; Septetnber4, 1733; daughters 
Ann and E izatnth, wife Mary. 

George Martin. October 6, 1731; wife and children, brother in- 
law Ephraim Vernon. 

Daniel MiDaniel. April 10, 1733; Afay 2, 1731; sons Arclibell 
and James, daughters Mary, Ann and S irah, wile Sarah. 

Tl)i)mas McKeel. Dcember 13, 1729; proved February 13, 
1729-30; ♦^Idest son Beiij imin, two youngest sous Thomas and John, 
daughters Eiza belli and Mary. 

Thomas Matthews, of Chowan. October 6, 1732; October Court, 
1732; Thomis Waters, grandson Richard Ilouck, wife Priscilla. 

Ez kiel Maudlin, of Perquimans. March v5, 1732; April 17, 1732; 
wil*^ Hinnah, sons Jeremiah, Joshua and Th«»mas. 

William Moore, of Perquimans Ct>unty. Ftbruary 6, 172^-7; 
October 31. 1732; sons William, John, Joshua, Samuel and Truman, 
daughters Jane and Elizabeth, cousin Robert Bogue, wife Elizabeth 

Deborah McClenden. February 28, 1728-'9; October 15, 1732; 
god«^on J »seph Sutton, son Richard Whedbee. 

Hfzekiah Massy, Sr. April 15, 1727; October 13, 1727; wife 
Elizabeth, daughters Sarah and Lucy, sous Utzekiah, Richard, Wil- 
liam and Jnhn. 

Thomas M(»ye, Chowan. March 20, 1721-*2; May 14, 1723; wife 
Eliz«beih, f^nns Tliomas and John, William Phillips, my wife's 
daughters Elizabeth and Patience. 

AND Gekbalooical Reqister. 63 

Elward Miyo. 12rhday,8 h month, 1724; October 20, 1724; eon 
Eiw.ird, ddugli^ers Ann, 8arah and Elizabeth, sou Joseph, wife 
JJarv; brother Toina** Jessop Executor. 

♦William Maule. February 21, J 725; March 30, 1726 ; plantation 
c^lUd Mount GolUnrf wife Penelope iManle, plantation called Scot's 
Hall; brother Pairick Maule Executor and guardian to my daughter 

II ury Mackley. of Pasquotank. February 11, 1720; April Court,. 
1721; daughter Mary Macklay, son-iulaw Martin Miller, wife 

riinothy McC.irty, of Chowan. July 15, 1718; probated same 
dav; ginlson William Gullierer, wife Mary. 

Gdorge Molbee, of (Jhow^n. March 30, 1719 ; son-in-law Thomas 
B»»gall, dau2:hter-iu-law Elizabeth Hartshorne, Ralph Tyler, wife 
Catharine M >lbpe. 

J»el Mariin, of Bith. October 4, 1715; probated July 3, 1716; 
8ons Jihnand William, daughter Ann, grandson J »el Manin, grand- 
e>m John Wood ward, ?on of ll^nry Woodward in Virginia, daughter 
EliZibeth Portnpy, daughter Elizib(-th Penny, wile of John Penny, 
daughter Mary Woodward, daughter Frances Davis, wile Elizabeth. 

J»hn Mjncrief. Wife Marv, youngest son George, fons Thomas, 
William and John, daughter Mary; June 22, 1712; Henry McCul- 
loch, wife Mary. 

Marmaduke Norfleet, of Halifax. June 29, 17C2; November 6, 
1762; sister Elizibeth N.ufl-et, brother Lemuel Hogan, father-in- 
law James Hogan Executor, John Young's children, Joshua Bell's 

Samuel Newhy. 9 day, 10 month, 1737; Joseph Newby property 
giveu me by my grandfather R chard Tiiruer, cousin Thomas Over- 
man; Perquimans Court, January, 1737. 

Nathaniel Nicholson. March 20. 1731-2; July Court, 1737; son 
Jonathan, wife Sarnh, dauglrers Sarah and Elizabeth. 

Mary Newby. Daughter E izabeth Wilson, grandson John Wil- 
son, grandson Elwani Newby, grnn<ldaugl)t»*r Jemima Newby, 
granddaughter Isabel Newby, niece Eizibelh Wiuslow, son Joseph 
Mayo, son-in-law Samuel Newbv, son-iu law John Wilson; 13 day, 
8 month, 1739; January Court, 17-10. 

Benjamin Newhv. Sons Ji)se[)li and Benjamin, wife Susannah, 
daughter Sarah; 13 day, 9 month, 1739; Jniuary Court, 1739. 

Nathan Newby. 1st day, 21 month, 1735; 31 Monday October, 
1735; sons Thomas, Francis and Nnthan, wife Mary, daughter Mary ; 

Thomas Newby and Zachariah Nixon Executors; , Per- 


Joseph Newby, of Perquimans. April 21, 1735; wife Mary, child 

♦NofTB. — Winiam Maule married Penelope EMen, dau^ter of Governor Charles 
BdfD. Issue Peoelope mitrried Dr. Wm. Cathcart, hia fii-st wife. 

64 North Carolina IIistorical 

Gabriel New>>y. 26 dav,l month. 1733; March 1 1735; sons Jo- 
seph, Francis, Je-M-e and William, mod S.iinuel, wife M ry. 

John Norcoin. January 26, 1728; Seplnmber 30, 17i8; wife 
»)aiu,s»ns Stepney an<l William, barah NorC'»m, James Ntircom, 
eMe8i s in Thomas, (lauurjiters Miry an<l Eliziheth, sons Jolin and 
Cornelius (Krst wile's children Thumas, Mary, Elizabeth, John and 
Corni lius). 

Frances Nevill. April 16. 1725; April 22.1725; James Collins 
anil Lucy his wife, John Aunour. old Mad>im Britt. 

Siimuel Niihol«Mn. 22d <lay, 1st month, 1727-8; January 23. 1728; 
wife Eliza beih, Elizabeth Anderson my daughter, daughter Sarah, 
son in law John AiMier-^on. 

William Norri^, of Pasquotank. Wife Susannah; Mircli 24, 

Miry Norcom, of Perquimans. May 19,1718; November 1 1721; 
daughter S«rah Smiih, daughter Mary Bliicheiiden wife of Thomas 
Bliichenden, sm Thomas Norcoin, grand«iaughter Mary Hopton^ 
gr 'U'lson Ahrah im Warr'^t^, j-on Jtihn Noreoin. 

William N»wl»y. 27.11 month, 17I8-M9; July 12, 1720; wife 
Ann. brother E I ward Newby if child in eaue, 

Edward Nt-wby. Br.. ther William ; 1717. 

Divid Nutlt-y. Dead without a will. James Nutley Administrator; 
July, 1714 

B-iJMiiin Nicholson. All to my brother Nathaniel Nicholson; 
Janujiry 19, 1712. 

Jamts N rlleet. November 28, 1732; wife Mary, pons Thomas 
and John, daughters Mary, M trtraret, Sarah and Phillisliia. 

JulmOlem. October 27,1740; October, 1741; son Joho, daugh- 
ter< Martha. Ann, L\dia and Edy, s »ns Richard and Charl-s. 

J»»'-< I h Overman, Pa.^quo auk. September 22, 1739; October, 
1739; Nathaniel Martin, brothers E:»hraiin, Nathan ami J ss**. 

Chaile.s Oleon (O.iom). Match 11, 173:5- '4; June Court, 1736; 
sons Rich'rd and Charles, wife E-izibeth, bro her J »hn. 

Jan) s Oat«s. July 24, 1703; son Joseph, wife El zabeth. 

Oharles O'Xeal. Aulmisi 10, 1711; dead without a will; sister 
D rcMS O'N at, Mary ()*N -a! and D.m'el O'Neal Administrators. 

Eiwa'd Orendell November 11, 1732; January 8, 1733; wife Isa- 
bel, sous Edward, Thomasand Theophilu-i. Elizabeth Leary, daugh- 
ter KMchei Orendell, daughter Elizabeth Orendell, daughters Mary 
and K bMca, godson Thomas Tierce. 

I-anc Otiiver. October 28. 1732; November 5,1733; daughters 
El'ZibMh and Mary, Ir'^nd El ward Sd'er. 

Mi.liael ON»'al. S^^p'embcr 15, 1721; pon Charles, dau2:hter 
Marv, d nimbler E izibe'h, da'ngiiter Sarah Walker, dan<;hter Debo- 
rah p. ll,s»n Michael, daii^hpr Rebecca Puiker, wife Djborah ; Cur- 
riinck C.airt, Janu^^y 10, 1721-2 

Moses Olivfr. Jjiiuiarv 20. 1728; children of Charles Rickeits. 

Michael O'Xeal. March 3 1722-'3; April 9, 1723; son Michael, 
daughters Thomasin and Sarah O'Ntal. 

AND Genealogical Register. 65 

Patrick Oorilby, of Edenton. March 16, 1726-7; March 21, 
1726-7; wife Elizabeth, sou John, daughter Mary Charlton. 

*Peter Payne. April Court, 1755, probated ; date of will March 
18, 1754. 

Mrs. Mary Sutton, alias Payne, of London. Son Williara, son 
Michael, daughter Sarah Amelia, daughter Mary Caroline (Chowan). 

Robert Peyton, Bath. January 8, 1733; September 10, 1754; 
sons Thomas, Robert and William,son Ambrose, wife Mary, daughter 
Sarah Peyton, daughter Dorothy Porter, speaks of land to Benja- 
min Peyton's line. 

Cullen Pollock. August 13, 1749 ; probated June Court, 1751 ; 
wife Frances, sons Cullen and George, nephews Cullen and Thomas, 
sons of my brother Thomas, daughters Martha, Mary, Frances and 
Elizabeth, brother Col. Robert West, Dr. Wm. Cathcart, Robert 
West and Stevens Lee Executors. 

William Prescott, of Beaufort. October 13, 1755; son Thomas, 
wife Amy. 

John Pratt. November 4, 1740 ; wife Christian, child in esse. 

William Prescott, of Craven. March 17, 1749 ; wife Mary, sons 
Aaron, Moses, John, William and Richard, daughter Mary, grand- 
daughter Elizabeth Prescott, son Job. 

Henry Pendleton, of Pasquotank. March 18, 1727-8; April 18, 
1740; daughter* Elizabeth Woodley, wife of Thomas Woodley, 
daughter Mary Brothers, wife of John Brothers, daughter Sarah 
Reding, wife or Joseph Reding, daughter Ann, wife of Thomas Da- 
vis, grandson Henry Pendleton, son Thomas and son John. 

Richard Pickerin. January 1, 1739-40; February Court, 1740; 
Rebecca Snell, Ann Snell, Jr., James Snell; Roger Snell Executor 
(Bertie County). 

John Pu^h, Bertie. Wife Hannah, brothers Theophilus and 
Daniel Pugh, son John ; April 14, 1740; August 5, 1740. 

Robert Peyton, of Bath. 8 , 1739 ; sons Benjamin, Thomas, 

Robert, William and Ambrose, wife Mary. 

Robert Palmer. October 5, 1740 ; wife Mary Ann, sons Robert, 
Benjamin and Joseph, grandson Robert Pendleton, grandson 
Thomas Pendleton, granddaughter Nancy Pendleton, grandson 
Evan Jones, daughter Sarah, wife of Thomas Pendleton ; Pasquo- 
tank, October Court, 1740. 

fThomas Pollock. August 8, 1721 ; probated August Court, 1753 
(Bertie); daughter Martha wife of Thomas Bray, sons Cullen, 
Thomas and George. 

♦Note.— Married Hannah Slaughter, daughter of Michael Slaughter, in 1741. 

f Note.— Governor Thomas Pollock married first Martha , of Dover. Eng- 
land ; second, Esther Wilkmson, relict of Col. Wm. Wilkinson. Esther's first 
husband was John Harns. She whs from Maryland, Thomas Pollock died in 
1722. He was interred with his « ife and other members of his family at *' Bald 
Orey." in Bertie County, where he lived and died. His remains and those of his 
wife Martha have been removed by the Vestry of St. Paul's Parish and placed in 
their cemetery at Edenton, N. C. Colonel Robert West married first one of Gov- 
ernor Pollock's daughters ; second, daughter of Governor Thomas Harvey. 

66 North Carolina Historical 

William Parish. January 26, 1735-6 ; probated August Court, 
1736 ; daughter Sarah, wife Mary. 

Job Pratt. December 27, 1736 ; January Court, 1737 ; son John, 
John Wilkins, Joshua Pratt and Luke Gregory to -divide estate, 
wife, brother Joshua. 

*George Pheney. June 3, 1736; June 23, 1737; Elizabeth Kirk, 
formerly Houghton of London, my wife Penelope Pheney, child in 
€886^ my nephew Joseph Harrison. 

John Puryer. June 26, 1725; Walpolia Gilbert, wife of John, at 
her death to John Simons and John Waxdale. 

George Pollock. October 18, 1736; probated July 29, 1738; 
brother CuUen, nephews CuUen and Thomas, brother in-law Col. 
Robert West. 

Jacob Pareot. November 3, 1733; November 18, 1738; wife 
Martha, children Mary and John ; Wra. Fleetwood and Edward 
Razor Executors (Bertie). 

John Parish. October 14, 1738 ; March 24, 1739 ; wife Margery, 
granddaughter Ann Barclift, son John, daughter Anne Barclift, 
grandson John Barclift. 

IJerbert Pritchard, of Edgecombe. February 23, 1738 ; probated 
September 23, 1738 ; sons John, William and James. 

Solomon Pool, of Pasquotank. July 30, 1739 L^January Court, 
1740; wife Grace, sons Joseph, Solomon and Jacob, daughter 

Henry Parker, of Craven. Son Henry Green ; February 27, 
l733-'4; September 17, 1734. 

Thomas Plato, of Pasquotank. March 23, 1735; daughters Martha, 
Susanna and Mary. 

fFrancis Pugh, of Bertie. July 5, 1733; probated May Court, 
1736; wife, son John, son Thomas, child in esse^ if sons should die 
then their interest to go to their sisters ; wife. Col. Robert West 
and John Montgomery Executors. 

Joseph Pierce, of Perquimans. 19, 1736; October 8, 1736; 

son Thomas, daughter Meriam, wife Alice, daughter Rebecca, 
brother Thomas Pierce, brother-in-law Peter Jones Executor. 

George Powell, of Bertie. May Court, 1736; sous Kader, George, 
Lewis and Moses. 

Thomas Pollock. June 8, 1709 ; sons Cullen, Thomas and George, 
daughter Martha ; Deed of Gift recorded in Secretary State's oflBce, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

*N0TE. — George Pheney married Mrs. Penelope Lovick, widow of John Lovick, 
and daughter of Governor Charles Eden. George Pheney was Penelope Eden's 
third husband. She married fourth Governor Gabriel Johnston. 

fNoTE. — Francis Pugh married Pheribe Savage, of Virginia. His widow mar- 
ried Thomas Barker, Esq,, of Bertie, but afterwards of Edenton, N. C. Ono 
daughter was the issue of this last union, Betsy Barker, who married Col. Wm. 
Tunstall, of Pittsylvania County, Va. Francis Pugh was the posthumous child 
mentioned in his father's will. Dr. Edward Williams Pugh, of Windsor, N. C, is 
descended from Francis Pugh and his wife Pheribe Savage. It is our purpose to 
give an extended history of the Pugh and Barker families at an early date. 

AND Genealogical Register. 67 

James Pollock. February 23, 1700; Bilah Blount, Wm. Ward. 

♦Jeremiah Perry. 8th October, 1694 ; Christian Blount, daughter 
of Thomas Blount, wife Jane. 

Thomas Price. 1689; wife. 

John Phillpot. September 19, 1694; John L^wson, son of 
Nathaniel, wife's grandson, wife Mary, son-inlaw William Wool- 

Richard Pope, of Pasquotank. June 23,1701; daughter Ann, 
son Edward, daughter Mary, wife Ann. 

Samuel Pricklove. January 20, 1702-3; wife Peninah, sons 
Samuel and Francis (Perquimans). 

P^ter Pearson. March 15,1735; probated April 21,1735; sons 
Jonathan, Nathan, sons Peter, John, daughter Rachel, daughter 
Mary, son Bailey. 

Joshua Porter. January 17, 1733; probated September 4, 1734; 
son John Peyton Porter,' (daughter Elizabeth Porter, cousin John 
Fry, cousin Anne Lillington, wife Dorothy Porter, cousin Elizabeth 
Fry, brother Edmund Porter, brother-in-law Dr. Patrick Maule and 
Seth Pilkinton. 

Thomas Palin, of Pasquotank. August 1, 1733; sons Henry and 
Thomas, daughters Ann, and Mary wife of John Ross, wife Susanna, 
daughter Mary Glaister. 

Robert Purser. May 10, 1733; sons Richard, James and Benja- 
min, Robert Purser. 

William Putnell. December 17, 1733; March 29, 1734; brother 
John Worrell, brother Thomas Worseley, son Aaron, wife Mary, son 

David Perkins. March 22, 1733 ; April 26,1733, daughter Eli- 
zabeth Worseley, daughter Mary Putnell, D. Africa Harvey, daughter 
Ann Jones, daughter Rebecca Perkins, sons James and Jonathan, 
daughters Sarah and Dorothy. 

Thomas Pollock. April 16, 1732; January 20, 1783; wife, son 
Cullen,son Thomas, son George, Mrs. Elizabeth Dickson. 

Robert Pearce, late of Exeter, England. My wife living with 
John Harris at Exon in Devon, Great Britain ; probated 3d Tuesday, 
July, 1729. 

Jonathan Phelps. December 4, 1732; January 23,1733; sons 
Henry and Jonathan, daughter Elizabeth, child in e8se, brother 
Samuel Phelps. 

Thomas Pendleton. February 21, 1732; April Court, 1732; 
daughter Ann Knight, sons Thomas, Joseph, George and Timothy, 
wife Sarah, daughter Elizabeth; sons Thomas and Joseph, Executors 

John Pace. March 25,1726-7; August Court, 1727; wife, sons 
John, William and George, daughter Elizabeth, daughter Mary 
Melton, wife. Witness, John Brent. 

* Query - Whom did Christian Blount marry ? 

68 North Carolina Historical 

Edward Paget. February 28,1727-8; April 18,1728, wife Mar- 
garet, brother Samuel. 

Samuel Phelps, of Perquimans. April 21, 1728; July Court, 1728; 
sons Jonathan and John, grandfather Joseph Smith, sons William 
and James, wife; son Jonathan and brother Jonathan, Executors. 

Thomas Parris, of Elenton. April ]3, 1728; 20th April, 1728; 
Thos. Parris in Great Britain, son George, son-in-law James Palin, 
daughter in-law Christian Palin, wife Susannah, son Richard; Wil- 
liam Williams and wife Susannah, Executors. 

Joseph Poyner. August 19, 1712; February 27,1721 ; wife Eliza- 
beth, sons William and John, daughter Margaret Poyner.^ 

* Daniel Phillips, of Currituck. Probated July 12, 1726 ; sons Mi- 
chael, James and Daniel, daughter Mary Duke, daughter Margaret, 
son Benjamin, son Samuel, wife' Abigail, our children, wife Execu- 
trfx. Witnesses, John Marshall, Wm Scott, Andrew Duke; speaks of 
land bought of John Boon on the Cliffs of Maryland. 

John Pierce. October 9, 1726 ; February, 9, 1726-7; children 
Mary, Copeland, Elizabeth, Thomas, Hannah, child in esse, their 
grandfather Chapman, brother in-law Peter Jones, wife Sarah Pierce. 

John Powell. February 20, 1723-'4; wife Ann, sons John and 

Edward Pope, of Pasquotank. Wife Sarah Pope; January 26, 
172l-'2 ; probated April 21, 1722. 

Thomas Palmer. January 31, 1720 ; son Thomas, daughter Mary 

Robert Pattefson. June 24, 1717 ; February 15, 1721 ; wife Janet, 
daughters Elizabeth and Janet, godson Jno. P.irks, son of John and 
Elizibeth Parks, Andrew Ross, son of Andrew Ross, of Nansemond 
County, Va., only s^n John Patterson. 

John Plowman. July 1. 1721 ; September 8, 1721; John Plow- 
man, infant son of Mary White, Jno. Ploughman Ashley, Jno. Plow- 
man White, cousin Mary White; good friends Nicholas Crisp, and 
Isaac Hill, Executors. 

Peter Parker. September 1, 1716; April 22, 1720; eldest son 
John, sons Thomas and Joseph, daughters Mary and Ann, wife 

Aaron Prescott. February 24, 1709-MO; July 12, 1720; sons 
Moses, Aaron, John and William, daughter Dinah. 

Miry Porter. December 1, 1718; sons John and Edmund, daugh- 
ter Elizabeth, son Joshua, daughter Sarah Lillington, grandson John 
Porter, granddaughter Sarah Porter, granddaughter Mary Lilling* 
ton, granddaughter Elizabeth Lillington, granddaughter Sarah Lil- 
lington ; my sons Executors. 

Samuel Pike, of Pasquotank. August 5, 1719; wife Jean Pike, 
son Samuel, daughter Susannah, son Benjamin, daughter Ann, son 
John ; wife Executrix. 

*NoTE.~Marrie I Abijjjail Williams. claug)iter of VVm. Williams and wife 
Mary ; a sister of Tulle Williams, who afterwards rf-moved to Little River, Per- 
quimans, and married Grace Sanderson, daughter of Richard Sanderson. 


John Pdtchett, of Chowan. March 19, 1710-11 ; wife Eh'zabeth, 
son John, land betwixt my father-in-law and Henry Bonner, three 
daughters. Witness, John Jones, David Jones, Wm. Tanner ; father- 
in-law Executor. 

John Porter. July 3,1712; wife Mary, sons Edmund, John and 
Matthew, son-in-law John Lillington and wife Sarah, daughter Eliz- 
abeth; wife, and son John, Executors. Probated 3d August, 1713. 

John Patnal. February 12, 1711-2; cousin William Busten, sou 
of my brother Thomas Busten, cousin Thomas Busten, brother Wm. 

Edward Pagett, of Chowan. February 28, 1727-8; wife Marga- 
ret; brother Samuel andf wife Executors. 

Thomas Pierce. 11, 12 month, 1732; sonsThomas, and John, and 
wife Mary, son John's three children, daughter Mary Jones, grandson 
Thomas Pierce, granddaughter Mary, son Joseph, daughter Sarah, 
son-in-law Peter Jtmes. Probated March 30, 1732. 

* Humphrey Robinson, of Chowan. July, 1552; January Court, 
1753; Elizabeth and Susannah Cleland, daughters of John Cleland; 
John Cleland and John Wilkins Executors. 

Joseph Reding, of Perquimans County. January Court, 1753; 
wife, sons John and James, daughters Rachel, Mary, and Charity. 

Matthew Rowan, of New Hanover. April 18, 1760; niece Rosa 
Rowan, daughter of my brother Andrew Rowan, Matthew Rowan, 
son of my brother Atchison Rowan, niece Ann Rowan, daughter of 
my brother William Rowan, Mildred Lyon, daughter of John and 
Mildred, Frederick Gregg, Esther Rowan, wife of Robert Rowan, 
daughter-in-law Elizabeih Mi-Lain, wife of Archibald McLain, John 
the son of Jnmes Stubbs, of Bath. 

William Rhodes, of Tyrrell. April 29, 1753; September Court, 
1753; wife Elizabeth, son William, son John, and daughter Marga- 
ret Collins, deceased daughter Elizabeth Garrett's son and daughter 
Wm. Garrett and Sarah Garrett. 

David Ryan, of Bertie. January 9, 1762; November 13,1762; 
brothers James and George Ryan, sister Elizabeth* Campbell, sister 
Mary Lackey, Cornelius Camp^^ell. 

Jonathan Reading. May Court, 1754; son Joseph, daughters 
Martha, Elizabeth, and Dorothy. 

William Redditt, of Bertie. August 24, 1739; October 24, 1739; 
son John, daughters Martha and Margaret, sons William and Joseph, 
dauj^hter Mary, son Joel, son Isiac. Thomas Yates, wife Susanna. 

Robert Rogers. December 13, 1736 ; June 11, 1739 ; Thomas and 
Mary Galloway, son Robert, grandson Robert Daniel, Wm. Rogers, 
grandson Robert Rogers, daughter Elizibeth, wife of Simon Dmiel. 

Jacob Rite. March 23, 1735; April 8, 1735; son-in-law William 
Powers, daughter Margaret Ritiea. daughter Miriam, wife Phillis. 

♦Note.— Humphrey Robinson marriei Elizabeth Branch. dau;;hter of Wm. 
Branch, and wife Margaret. Margaret Branch married for her second husband 
William Arkill. 

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Samuel Ratliflf. February 3, 1723; 11th July, 1733; son Isaac, 
Partheny Ball, daughters Elizabeth and Isobel, William Ball, Anne 
Ball ; Nathaniel Hill, and Thomas Ashley, Executors. 

William Rodes, of Pasquotank. January 14, 1734 ; wife Eliza- 
beth, sons Thomas and William, daughters Sarah, Dorothy, Eliza- 
beth, and Mary. 

Churchill Reading, of Bath. February 14. 1734; September 19, 
1734; nephew Churchill Caldron, nephew John BJount, nephew 
Jacob Blount, wife Martha, brother Thomas Reading, brother-in-law 
John Caldron. 

*Peter Rieussett. February 21, 1734 ; wife Ann Gallabee, niece 
Jean Ceila, nephew Peter Rawdon, niece Mary Coult, son John Bell, 
in London. 

Damaris RatliflF. 12th day, 12th month, 1734; son Joseph, Mary 
Moore, Sarah. 

Daniel Rooksakers, of Pasquotank. February 21, 1732; August 
4, 1733; daughter Mary Ann, daughter of Mary Michel, sister Cath- 
erine Coppersmith, Sarah Pendleton. 

Francis Rountree. September 30, 1730; June 27, 1734; sons 
Francis, William, Jesse, Jethro, Moses and John, wife, daughters 
Jane, Rebecca, Susanna, Sarah, Elizabeth and Christian. 

Thomas Raymond. June 26, 1730; July 31, 1730; daughter 
Eliza Raymond. 

William Roper, of Chowan. August 18, 1729; friend Jacob 
Butler, William Refield, of Pasquotank; August 4, 1722; March 
23, 1731; sons John, Jemes t^nd William, all my children. 

Joseph Riggens. April 21, 1727; October 13, 1727; son Joseph, 
wife Elizabeth; refers to Isle of Wight County as former home; son- 
in-law John Webb, daughters Martha and Mary, daughter Olivia, 
brother Daniel Riggens. 

Andrew Reed, of Little River, Perquimans. Grandson Andrew 
Woodley,to his brother William Woodley,grandsoiL William Wood- 
ley, granddaughter Mary Woodley, grandson Jonathan Keeton, 
daughter Elizab^h Keeton; February 23, 1723-'4; July Court, 1728. 

flnventory of estate of Governor William Reed; division through 

♦Note. — Peter Rieussett was the Collector of Customs for the port of Roan- 
oke (Edenton); lived at Hayes, just across the creek from Eden ton, and died 

f Note.— William Reed first appears in Currituck Precinct about 1692. He 
married first Christian , second Jane : became a member of the Gover- 
nor's Council in 1712, and on the death of Thomas Pollock in April, 1722, was 
unanimously chosen President of the Council and ex officio Governor of the 
Colony. He held this position until the arrival of Governor (Jeorge Burrington 
in 1724, after which time he remained a member of the Council until his death, 
which occurred at his home in Pasquotank Precinct (where he had removed 
after his second marriage) December 11. 1728. His son Christian married Mary 
Durant, daughter of George Durant and his wife Hagar Crisp ; his brother Joseph 
Reed married Elizabeth Durant, a sister of Christian Reed's wife ; his son Wil- 
liam Reed married Elizabeth Hatch. He died in 1738, leaving one son, William. 
His widow married McRora Scarborough, who died about 1750 ; and in 1752 she 
married Joseph Blount I, becoming his second wife. The late Rev. Joseph 
Blount Cheshire, D.D., of Tarboro, N. C, and Ri>iht Rev. Joseph Blount Che- 
shire, Bishop of North Carolina, are among the descendants of this last marriage. 

AND Genealogical Registeb. 71 

Mrs. Jane Reed, William Reed, Mrs. Hannah Reed, Christian Reed, 
Joseph Reed; child in esse; 1729. 

Lionel Reading. July 12, 1708; wife Mary, sons Nathaniel and 
Churchill, daughter Sarah, her husband David Dupuis, daughters 
Mary and Ann, son Thomas; letters granted to his widow, Grace 

John Rogers, of Bertie. Son John; 26 July, 1726; July 27,1726. 

Thomas Reston. Wife Ann Reston; March 31, 1723; December 
17, 1724. 

John Rigney. June 14, 1725; July 6, 1725; friend Benjamin 
Slade, daughter Elizabeth. 

James Robins. November 27, 1725; July 10, 1726; Thos. Boyd, 
and wife Executors. 

William Roose. September 6, 1722; GriflBth Jones, Jane Sparrow. 

Benjamin Ricks. 1719; November 30, 1721; Robert Ricks, Jr., 
son of my brother Robert Ricks, Sr., wife Sarah, brother Isaac 
Ricks, brother Abraham Ricks, brothers Robert, Sr., and James, 
sister Jane, Patience, daughter of brother Abraham, William Brown, 
son of Heal Brown. 

Daniel RichardsDn, of Pasquotank. No kinspeople mentioned in 
his will ; February 8, 1723. 

Lucy Rics. Widow; died May 31, 1721; proved June 1, 1730; 
daughters Mary and Bettie, cousin Evan Jones. 

♦Thomas Relfe, of Pasquotank. April 10, 1704; September 5, 
1720; letters granted wife Mary, daughter Dorothy, son Thomas: 
I give to William Reed a tract of land if he remains with his aunt 
until he becomes of age. 

John Robinson, of Chowan. Children Margaret, George and Eli- 
zabeth; October 2, 1717; August 22, 1720, probated. 

Thomas Robeson, of Little River, Perquimans. April 2, 1719; 
April 7, 1719; sons Joseph and John Robeson, daughter Ann 

William Russell. Dead without a will; his widow Sarah Russell 
Administratrix; December 28, 1717. 

John Rovely. August 30, 1707; John Bell heir and Adminis- 

Benjamin Reynaud, of Currituck. April 8, 1712; son Moses, son 
and daughter, Susanna R<>binson,.April 30, 1709; daughter Eliza- 
beth Bond, son Henry Grace, son Luke Grace, son Henry Grace 

Thomas Sutton. February 3, 1750; March 2, 1751 ; sons Thomas, 
William, George, Joshua and Jasper, wife Elizabeth, son John, 
daughters Parthenia, Mary, Sarah and Judith. 

*QUKRY — J^hom did Thomas Relfe marry ? It api)ears from his reference to 
William Reed, son of Governor William Reed, that William Reed's mother was 
a sister of Thomas Relfe 's wife. 

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^Samuel ScoUey. February 18, 1752; Mrs. Mary FuUiugton alias 
Davis, spouse of Robert D vis, deceased; brother Jermrtn Robert 
Scolley of Lerwick, friend Dr. Wm. Cathcart, Robert Todd of Nor- 
folk, Va., beloved sons-in-law Cullen and Thomas Pollock. I give 
unto Tully Williams his father's sword. (Bertie.) 

George Stevenson. August Court, 1754; my brother William's 
son Joseph, Jesse son of my brother Charles, also Charles' son Wil- 
liam, Richard Smith, sons Richard and William, wife Sarah, sons 
Benjamin and Stephen, two children names not given; December 
17, 1756; May Court, 1757. 

Nicholas Smith. April 14, 1751; wife Mary, son Simon, all my 

David Sherrod, of Perquimans. December 1, 1740; son Thomas, 
daughter Mary Sherrod, daughter Elizabeth. 

John Symons. 12th month, 1741; January Cour^, 1741-'2; son 
Peter, land between mine and Simon Bryan, son Thomas, daughter 
Damaris. (Pasquotank.) 

William StaflFord. July 16, 1742; October 14, 1742; sons Wil- 
liam and James, wife Frances. 

Samuel Slade, of Beaufort. March 17, 1746; December Court, 
1746; daughter Elizabeth* wife of William Dunbar, granddaughter 
Mary Dunbar, daughter Hannah, wife of William Fosgave, grand- 
son Samuel Blount, son of James Blount and his late wife Jane, 
granddaughter Mary Blount, daughter of James, and Jane, deceased, 
daughter Susanna Slade. 

John Slade, of Hvde. December Court, 1743; eldest sou John, 
sou Benjamin, son William Hodges Slade, son Hezekiah, daughter 
Mary Jewel, and Benjamin Jewel, daughters Sarah and Hosea, wife 

James Spence. March 20, 1739-'40; October, 1740; son Alexan- 
der, daughter Bridget Spence, daughter Bettie Mardrun, sons David 
and James, daughter Sarah, wife Sarah. 

Jeremiah Symons. January, 1740; wife Rachel, son Benjamin, 
daughter Sarah Reading, daughter Ann Spence, son Jeremiah, 
daughter Hannah Spence, wife Rachel. 

Joseph Snowden. November 20, 1740; January, 1741; brother 
John, niece Thomson Snowden, daughter of brother John, brothers 
George and William. 

John Snead. June 21, 1743; sons Henry, William and John, 
wife Elizibeth, daughters Mary, Anne, Elizabeth, Sarati and Ann^ 
father-in law Fry, brolherin-Jaw William Martin, brother-in-law 
Wally Chancy. 

John Spence. March 14, 1735-6; April 13, 1736; sons David 

*NoTE. — Samuel Scolley came into Carolina from Ho4on. New Elii gland. He 
is of the same family of Scolleys from vvh<»m Scolley Square in Boston takes 
its name. He marrie 1 Mrs. Elizalu^th Pollock, widow of Thomas Pollock (the 
son of Governor Pollock) and daughter (»f Richard Sanderson of Little River in 
Peniuimans. Thomas Jacocks married Rebecca Scf Hey , a sister of Samuel Scolley. 

AND Genealogical Register. 73 

and Alexander, daughter Dorothy Davison, daughter Elizabeth, 
granddaughter Rachel Sawyer; Charles Sawyer and John Davis 

Thomas Snowden. February 12. 1727-8; October Court, 1736; 
sons John, Joseph, William, George, Samuel, Solomon and Lemuel; 
Samuel Swann and son John Executors. 

George Smith. March 1, 1735; April 16,1736; wife Elizabeth, 
sons Richard and George, youngest sons John and Lewis, daughter 

Alexander Simpson. November 29, 1737; John Caldrom; pro- 
bated June 29, 1738. 

Gilford Silverthorn. February 5, 1737-8; March 7,1737-8; son 
John, grandson AbrahamEnlowKi, granddaughter Elizabeth Eolows, 
daughter Mary, son Sawastiu, wife Jean. 

Charles Sowell, of Bertie. November 25, 1738; February Court, 
1739; second son Richard, sons Thomas, Lewis and Charles, Jr., 
eldest daughter Elizabeth, daughters Hannah, Mary and Sarah, wife 

Patience Speller, of Bertie. February 3, 1738-9; February Court, 
1738-'9; son James Swain, daughter Patience, daughter Ann Ward, 
son Thomas Speller, son Richard Swain's, eldest daughter, three 
grandchildren Sarah, John and Elizabeth Smithwick; Richard 
Swain's eldest son William, son James Swain, and son Thomas 
Speller, Executors. 

Thomas Stubbs. January 17, 1738; March 7, 1738; sons Wil- 
liam, Thomas, Basset, John and Richard, daughters Hannah and 

William Stevenson. July 18, 1738; July Court, 1739; grandson 
William Stevenson; grandchildren John, Joseph and Thomas, Ann 
Clark; son John Stevenson, Executor. 

John Scott. 13th, 7th month, 1738; wife, daughter Eliphel Scott, 
daughter Hannah, wife Sarah, brother Stephen. 

Edward Simmons. 5th October, 1735; November Court, 1735; 
daughter Jane, daughter Elizabeth, daughter Jane Holley, daughters 
Jomasin and Hannah, grands^on John Jackson, wife Mary. 

John Sheckleford. March 25,1735; September C.»urt, 1734; son 
James, wife Ann, daughters Mary and Elizabeth, daughter Sarah, 
wife of Joseph Moss, grandson John Roberts, grandson William 
Roberts, daughter Hannah, son John. 

James Smith. Decembers, 1735; April Court 1736; eldest son 
James, daughters Elizabeth and Mary, sons Solomon and John, wife 
Ann. (Perquimans.) 

Roger Snell. Married widow of John Hodgson; November 3, 

Henry Slade, was in Currituck. 17th June, 1677. 

Robert Smith. February 13, 1692-3; son Joseph Smith, daugh- 
ter Elizabeth, son-in-law Samuel Woods. 

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*Seth Sothel. 20th January, 1689-'90 ; wife Ann Sothel. 

Joseph Sutton. January 20, 1694-5; April 8, 1696; sons Joseph 
and Christopher, daughter Hannah, son Nathaniel, wife Deliverance. 

Thomas Stacie. April 19, 1697 ; sons John, Thomas and Charles, 
younger son Francis. 

William Stevens, of Chowan. October 24, 1695 ; apprentice John 
Hardy, Robert West, Margaret Houldbrook, Thomas Guillam. 

John Smithwich. Wife one half, ye daughter Sarah the other 
half; August 8, 1696. 

Richard Smith. Dead without a will ; no date. 

George Sutton. March 11,1699; son Richard, daughters Eliza- 
beth and Deborah. 

Alexander Spence, of Pasquotank. August 2, 1734; April 8, 
1735 ; eldest son James, sons Alexander, Joseph, Robert, and Tru- 
man, daughter Jane, daughter Catharine Sawyer. 

William Steward. August 11, 1709; wife Elizabeth, daughters 
Patience, Elizabeth and Mary, sons William and Josiah. (Chowan.) 

Col. Thomas Swann, of Pasquotank. May 7, 1733 ; probated Au- 
gust 9, 1733; sons Sanjuel, and William, daughters Rebecca and 
Elizabeth, wife Rebecca. 

fRichard Sanderson, of Perquimans. 17th August, 1733 ; October 
15, 1733; son Richardson, of the Island of Ocrycock, nephews Jo- 
seph and Richard Sanderson, son-in-law Tully Williams, and his 
wife my daughter Grace, brother-in law Henry Woodhouse, wife 
Susanna Erwin, nephews Samuel and Joshua, daughter Elizabeth 
Pollock, cousin Elizabeth Dickson, nephew Hezekiah Woodhouse. 

JRuth Sanderson. September 4, 1727 ; probated January 29, 1728; 
kinsmen Thomas Harvey, Miles Gale, and kinswoman Penelope 
Little, wife of William Little. 

John Soane, of Bertie. March 16, 1732-'3 ; August Court, 1733; 
daughters Elizabeth and Anna, son William, wife Hannah. Wit- 
ness, Lewis Bryan. 

Elizabeth Stevenson. August 10, 1730; Grace, daughter of Rich- 
ard Sanderson, Tulle Williams Executor; probated October 22, 
1734. (Perquimans.) 

Edward Salter, of Bath. January 6, 1734; February 5, 1734; 
wife Elizabeth, son Edward, daughter Sarah, daughter Susannah, 
daughter Mary, son-in-law Miles Harvey. 

* Note.— Madam Ann Sothel married for her fourth husband Col. John Lear, 
of Nansemond County, Virginia. She first appears as Anne Willis, of Ipswick, 

fNoTE. — If any one of his decendants have records bearing upon the family 
history of Richard Sanderson, would be pleased if they would send a copy to 
this office. Richard Sanderson was a son q| Richard Sanderson, who lived in 
Currituck and died there in 1718. His widow Damaris Sanderson married Sam- 
uel Swann. 

^NoTE. — Ruth Sanderson was a daughter of Benjamin Laker, of Perquimans, 
(sister of Sarah Laker who married Gov. Thomas Harvey) married first, James 
Minge, second, Richard Sanderson. From the above will, there seems to have 
been no issue by either marriage. 

AND Genealogical Register. 75 

John Smith. January 30, 1732; April 19, 1734; wife Elizabeth. 

Mary Sanders. 1734; probated August Court, 1731; son Isaac, 
daughter Mary Snoden, grandson Isaac Snoden, godson John Wil- 
son, daughters Christian and Elizabeth Sanders. 

Alexander Sherrod. July 10, 1731; May 2, 1734 ; daughters 
Esther, and Catharine, sons Alexander, Aaron and John, daughter 

Willliam Smith, of Pasquotank. March 14, 1719-'20; probated 
May 11, 1734; son John, daughter Lydia, father-in-law John Avery, 
wife Elizibeth. 

James Smiih, of Perquimans. October 2, 1724; probated May 8, 
1733; sons John and Joseph, daughter Elizabeth, daughter Eliza- 
beth, in Virginia bv a former wife, wife Leech Smith. 

Richard Sylvester, Sr. June 11, 1728; July 10, 1729; William 
Wormington, land in Virginia at the Bride^etown, son Richard Wil- 
liam Sylvester, grandsons Ebenezer and Henry Slade. 

Thomas Spivey, of Chowan. December 23, 1729 ; February 7, 
1729-^30; son-in-law William Hill, daughter Mary Hill, grand- 
daughters Mary and Susannah Hill, sons Benjamin, Jacob, Thomas 
and William Spivey. 

Joseph Stoakley. January 3, 1729-30; wife Ann, son Isaac, daugh- 
ter Mary, son Joseph, Isaac Delamare. 

Laurence Sarson, of Bertie, formerly of the county of Suffolk, G. B. 
William Waters and his half brother James Waters, Katharine 
Arnold. May 6, 1726; March 5, 1732. 

James Speir, of Bertie. December 12, 1731; February Court, 
1731-2; wife Ann, son James, daughter Mourning, daughters in- 
law Sarah Staliings, and Patience Stallings, son John, daughter 
Sarah Averitt. 

John Symons. June 2, 1731 ; probated July 10, 1732; sons John 
and Argyle; Francis Beasley. and Edward Standing, Executors. 

Rebecca Sheetes. May 2, 1732 ; June 20, 1732 ; daughter Rebecca, 
Mary Earl and John Earl, mother Mary Earl. 

Henry Speller, of Bertie. Wife Patience, son Thomas, daughter 
Ann, brother Thomas Parris, of Edeuton; April 5,1727; January 
9 1727— '8 

' William StalBFord, of Currituck. February 16, 1728; 3d August, 
1728; sons John, Edward and William, daughters Ann and Fran- 
ces, son Samuel, daughters Mary and Jane, wife Jane. 

William Strickland. May Court, 1728; sons William, John, Jo- 
seph, Matthew and Samuel, wife. 

Robert Smith, of Bertie. June 26, 1725; May Court, 1726; wife 
Mary, son Robert, eldest daughter Elizabeth, youngest daughter 

Joseph Sutton. March 26,1724; son Christopher, wife Rebecca, 
daughters Hannah, Sarah Elizabeth and Marv, daughter Elizabeth. 
Brothers Christopher, George and Nathaniel Sutton. 

Sarah Smith. February 22, 1721-'2 ; October 28, 1725 ; my grand- 

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children representing my son Edward Taylor, my grandchildren 
representing my daughter Sophie Nicholson. 

Nath'l Sutton. March, 1724-5; probated April 2, 1725; John 
Bird, Ruth Glaister, Joseph son of my brother Joseph Sutton, 
Elizabeth Whedbee daughter of Richard Whedbee, cousin Parthe- 
nia Sutton, James Andeson,Sr., cousin Thomas Sutton's two children, 
cousin George Sutton and Richard Whedbee's children ; Rebecca 
Oarr*s children ; brother Richard Whedbee, and cousin Thos. Sutton, 

Basil Sanderson, of Island of Antiqua, but now in North Carolina; 
buried at Edenton, in lot of Chrisiopher Gale. William Hill, of 
Antiqua, E'izabeth Sanderson, wife of Barchetone Sanderson, sister 
Catharine Dye of London, sister Francis Peate; January 2, 1721; 
April 2, 1722. 

William Smith, of Little River, Perquimans. December 28, 1716; 
November 12, 1724; wife Elizabeth; Jno. McKele married the widow. 

Mary Simons. September 19, 1722; July 14, 1724; granddaughter 
Sarah Pierce, grandchildren John, Thomas, Sarah and Joseph 
Pearce, granddaughter Mary Jones, granddaughters Sarah Pettit 
and Mary Smith, grandson Isaiah Smith, son Thomas Pierce, daugh- 
ters Rebecca Toms and Sarah Pettit. 

Stephen Swaine, of Chowan. January 24, 1712; sons James, John 
and Richard, daughter Eliza Spruill, wife Patience, daughters Mary 
and Patience. 

Stephen Scott, of Pasquotank. Ist month, 12th day, 1711 ; probated 
September 10, 1716; sons Edward, John and Joshua, son Stephen 
Scott, daughters Sarah and Elizabeth, wife Elizabeth, if child in 

6886, etc. 

Th(>ma8 Stanton. Wife Mary Stanton ; August 25, 1720; October 
18, 1720. 

Richard Stamp. October 20, 1721; April 17, 1722; wife Mary 
Ann, sons Thomas and Richard, daughters, Mary, Anne, Elizabeth 
and Tamar. 

Mary Stanton, of Pasquotank. February 2, 1720; April Court, 
1721; son Elijah, son John Armour, daughter Mary Brothers, son 
Robert Armour, daughter Ann Kelley, Rebecca Brothers, grand- 
daughter Mary Stanton. 

Edward Standing, of Chowan. July 9, 1718; January 17, 1721 ; 
wife Sarah, youngest son John, and Samuel, son William, daughter 

Thomas Steeley, of Chowan. June 4, 1719; July 17, 1719; my 
brother Thomas Hawkins, brother William, sister Jane Addersley, 
brother William Steeley. 

Mary Smith, of Chowan. January 31, 1718-'9; March 23, 1719; 
daughter Isabella, sons Abraham, William and Francis. 

Thomas Siwyer, of Pasquotank. July 19, 1720; sons Caleb, Ste- 
phen, Thnmas and Richard, daughters Mary and Ann Sawyer, 
Hannah Sawyer, Dancy McDowell, wife. 

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Dr. Godfrey Spraell. Sons Samuel, Godfrey and Joseph, son-in- 
law Cutlibert Phelps and wife Susanna, my daughter; Hauyhter 
Anna Margu^^rita, daughter Mary, grandson Buttonhead Boutwell, 
grandson G»»dfrey Spruell, son of Sam'l and Elizabeth ; son Joseph, 
Executor; August 5, 1718; July 29, 1719. 

George Sinnms. Son William, mother Susanna, son George, 
daushiers Elizabeth and Sdr«h; March 27, 1720; July 12, 1720. 

William Stone, of Bath. March 29, 1720 ; wife Ann, son William, 
mother Lydia Dars, J no. Wipgate. 

Jo-^epli Sparrow, of Prtsquotank. December, 1718; May 18, 1718 ; 
to William Brietuo, children William, and Ann, my little son to 
William Wilson. 

Thomas Sparrow. May 20,1717; probated May 29, 1717 ; sons 
Solomon, John and Kinsey, wife; brother Thomas Harding, Execu- 

Joseph Slade. Dead without a will ; Edward Francis in right of 
his wife Susannah, widow of deceased, Administrator; January 3, 

George Slade. January 23, 1710; wife Mary, my boy James 
Patkei ; witnesses Daniel Leigh, Richard Lawrence, Will Newland. 

William Sadler, of Chowan, November 1, 1711; wife Ellinor 
Executrix ; daughter Tamer, Thomas Luten, Will Jones and Jno. 

John Slocumb, of Bath. Brother John Slocumb, brother Wm. 
Smith, brother Sol. Smith, mother, Margaret Davis, May 8, 1712. 

Alexander Smith. February 15, 1711-'2; wife Mary, son Fran- 
cis, es»Hte in Virginia, Thomas Smith, son Robert Smith, daughter 
Mary Qaarles, son Alexander Smith, Francis Smith, and wife Exec- 

Daniel Shooke,of Perquimans, June 5, 1712; my friend Thomas 
Lilly's children, John, Sarah, Margaret and Elizabeth, Daniel Roger- 
son, wife Margaret. 

Samuel Shicumb, of Bath. May 8,1712; probated 3d August, 
1713; brother John Slocumb, brothers William and Solomon Smyth, 
sister Isabelle Smyth, Margaret Davis, my mother. 

Richard Smith. Is dead without a will ; no date. 

Moses Tyler, of Biaden. June 20, 1762; August 9. 1762; sons 
Needham.Owen and Moses, daughters Penelope, Elizabeth, Chris- 
tian and Lucretia, wife Sarah. 

William Tarkinton, of Tyrrell. September Court, 174S ; wife Ann, 
sons John, Joshua, Benjamin, Joseph, William and Zebulon, daugh- 
ters Sarah, Anne and Juanna. 

John Townsend. August 10, 1737; brother's youngest daughter 
Ann Townsend, brother William Townsend. 

Barnaby Thomas. October 5, 1735; December 11, 1735; son 
Elisha Thomas, child in essCj brother-in-law John Dawson, wife; 
brother Phillip Thomas Executor. 

Joseph Thomas. December 10, 1735; February Court, 1736; 
£ales Thomas, sod Joseph, sous Michael and Luke, sod James. 

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Thomas Taylor, of Currituck. August 20, 1734 ; July 6, 1736 ; 
sons Thomas and Edward, wife Easter, son-in-law Cornelius Jones, 
grandson John Taylor, daughter Elizabeth wife of Cornelius Jones, 
daughter Sophia wife of Peter Payne, daughter Sarah wife of Jere- 
miah Stephens, granddaughter Easter Stephens, daughter Bridgett 
wife of Samuel Jarvis, daughter Bethia, grandson Benjamin son of 
Edward Taylor, grandson Ezekiel Payne. 

John Tomlinson. 14th, 10th month, 1697, wife Elizabeth, son 
John, daughter Elizabeth, S3n William, daughter Mary, two daugh- 
ters Reading. 

William Temple. Dead without a will ; Robert Temple and wife 
Elizabeth nearest of kin; 1696. 

William Turner, of Little River, Perquimans. October 28, 1696; 
son William, daughter Sarah, son John, wife Katharine. 

John Trueblood. October 28, 1734, wife Sarah, eldest son John, 
eldest daughter Elizabeth, daughter Miriam, sons Fisher and 

Robert Taylor, of Pasquotank. Wife Aon, also Executrix ; Sep- 
tember 17, 1*700. 

Simon Trumbull. Is dead without a will ; Ann Trumbull Admin- 
istratrix ; 6th January, 1706. 

Edward Taylor. December 3, 1710; daughters Dorcas, Sarah and 
Anne, wife Sarah. 

Thomas Trumbull. Son William, daughter Sarah, three other 
children, wife Elizabeth; October 22, 1733; November 8, 1733. 

Nathaniel Taylor, of Bertie. April 3, 1734; May, 1734; wife 

Francis Toms. September 5, 1729; October 7, 1729; daufi:hter 
Mary Newby, their son Francis Newby, N. Newby, daughter Eliza- 
beth Phelps, daughter Priscilla Jones, daughter Margaret Toms, 
daughter .Pleasant Winslow, wife Rebecca, son Francis; wife and 
son-in-law Nathan Newby Executors. 

William Trotter. 28th day, 1st month, 1729; December 16, 1729 ; 
daughter Dorothy, sister Elizabeth Trotter, sister Elizabeth Newby, 
wife Mary. 

Joshua Toms. March 4, 1701-2; April Court, 1732; wife Re- 
becca, son Foster, daughters Sarah and Hannah, daughter Meriam 
Sutton, son-in-law Christopher Sutton, grandsons Joshua and Wil- 
liam Sherro. 

JaneTully, of Pasquotank. August 4, 1729; October 11,1732; 
Mary Rodes, Daniel Rodes, grandson David Boles. 

Richard Turberville. December 4, 1725; May 16, 1726; eldest son 
John, second son Francis, third son William, fourth son Walter, 
daughter Elizabeth, grandson Daniel Colson, granddaughter Mary 

Phillip Torksey. July 18, 1727; July 26, 1727; son William 
Torksey, son Robert Morgan, son Henry Hamman, son John Tork- 
sey, son Edward Faircloth, son Robert Torksey; wife and Robert 
Torksey Executors. - - 

AND Genealogical Register. 79 

Joseph Thomas. 9th day, Ist month, 1728; March 18, 1727; 
brothers James and John, mother, Damaras Ratliff. 

Lemuel Tavlor, Sr., of Perquimans. Sons Lemuel and William, 
wife Jean Taylor; November 3, 1719; July 12, 1720. 

Tyler Thomas, of Bath. Friend John Jordan; June 25, 1722; 
July Court, 1722. 

John Tomlin. July 27, 1719; son William, wife, brother William. 

James Took, of Pasquotank. April 19, 1720; April 22, 1720; 
sister Joanah Scott, James Took Scott, daughter of my sister Joanah, 
cousins Mary, Elizabeth and Sarah Scott, cousin James Took, cousin 
Mary Ricks, brother John Scott, Thomas Commander, son of 
Thomas, James, son of Thomas. 

Ebenezer Taylor. April 21, 1711; wife Agnes, sister Mary Tripe, 
cousinsSamuel, andEliner Cross, brother and sister Walker, brothers 
Samuel and Benjamin Taylor, Benjamin Taylor, son of my brother 
Edward Walker, brother-in-law Gavin Sowden. 

Robert Tucker, of Currituck. June 3, 1719; April 12, 1721; 
James Martin (illegible) , wife Mary Martin. 

Richard Thorp, of Currituck. July 12, 1720; November 20, 
1720; wife Mabel. 

Mary Toms (widow). 1 month, 30 day, 1713; January 15, 
1717-18; Vesty Lewis, Rachel Lawrence, Elizabeth, daughter of my 
brother William Nicholson, Joseph Glaister,and wife Mary, Execu- 

Richard Turner. 27, 3rd month, 1719; April 4, 1719; son-in- 
law William Bastable, granddaughter Hannah Bastable, grandson 
Samuel Newby, daughter Elizabeth Newby, Bridgett Newby. 

Francis Toms, Sr. 6 day, 10 month, 1709; wife Mary, sons 
Francis and Joshua, daughter Priscilla Nicholson; daughter Mary 
married Gabriel Newby, grandson Francis Newby. Witness, Wm. 
Boyd, Matthew Alberson, John Stepney, father-in-law John Nichol- 
son to daughter Priscilla wife of John Kinsey, and John Nicholson 

John Taylor. March 19, 17l5-'6; wife Martha, each of my 
children; son John, Henry, and William Conner Executors. 

Francis Thorogood. June 8, '1714 (Bath); wife Anne, children 
Francis, Adam, Sarah, Anne and Early, daughter Rose, by a 
former wife; April Court, 1716. 

Walter Tanner. August 15, 1713, of Perquimans; daughter-in- 
law Elinor Ateway, wife Elizabeth Tanner. 

Henry Turner, of Henrico County, Va. January 17, 1712-'3; 
son Abel, daughters Elizabeth, Mary, Hannah, Jane and Ann, wife 

Morgan Thomas. February 19, 1709 ; cousin James Morg:an. 

John Upton, of Pasquotank. June 30, 1715; sons John, William, 
Joseph, Thomas and Edward, daughters Mery and Ruth, wife. 

William Vann, of Chowan. Probated August 7, 1740; son Ed- 
ward, grandson William, son of Edward, daughter Sarah Hogh, 
daughter Ann, wife Sarah. 

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Christopher Vanliver. Wife Elizabeth ; Nov. 4, 1732. 

Thomas Vendermullen, of Currituck. Pn)bated March 30, 1720; 
Vendf^rmuUen Leary, son of William Leary, Willoughby Merchant 
and Elizabeth his wife, Thomas Old, cousin Elizabeth Oorprew, wife 
of Thomas Corprew. 

Lovick Worley, of Tvrrell. January 24, 1754; March Court, 1754; 
daughter Ann Gray Worley, wife Ann, brother John, hrother-in law 
William Gray, uncle James Blount, friend Thomas Whitmell. 

Peter West. July 31, 1749; May Court, 1751; daughter Sarah, 
daughter Elizabeth Cotton, son Peter, grauHs»»u William West. 

Thomas West, of Bertie. November 6, 1756; April Court, 1757; 
wife Elizabeth, son William, daughter Elizabeth; wife and brother 
Robert Executors. 

Samuel Williams, of Edgecombe. October 4, 1753; February 
Court, 1754; sons William and Solomon, grandson Samuel, son 
Samuel, wife Elizabeth, son Joseph John Williams, sons William 
and Solomon; friends Pliillip Alston and Benj. Wynns Executors. 

George Williams, of Edgecombe. July 19,1758; June Court, 1759; 
wife ChloePriscilla, sons George and Samuel, sister Lucretia William's 
daughter Chloe; brother William Williams, Executor. 

Sarah Walters, of New Hanover. April 21,1756; May 25, 1756; 
brothers John and Joseph Walters, sister Elizabeth Walters, sister 
Mary Grainger, son William Walters. 

William Wills, of Onslow. January 31, 1742-'3; July 5, 1743; 
sons William and Nathaniel, deceased daughter Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter Sarah Evans, sons John, Joseph and Henry, wife Ann. 

Henry West. August 14, 1752; December 12, 1752, probated; 
Bath; sister Mary Sojouer, sister Sarah Peyton, sister Ceila Tvnes, 
niece Holland Applewhite, nephew John Peyton; John Giles and 
William Peyton, Executors. 

William West. Inventory of estate taken by Martha West, Feb- 
ruary 20, 1754; Benj. Wynne, Clerk, Edgecombe County Court. 

William West. December 4, 1744; daughter Sarah Peyton, grand- 
son Josiah Sojonner; wife Susanna and Henry West Executors. 

William Wallis. December 9, 1748; November 15, 1749; Bath; 
wife Mary, sons William and John, daughter Lydia Bond; daugh- 
ter Abigail Daw. 

Samuel Whitly, of Tyrrell. 21st January, 1739-MO; Tyrrell Court, 
1740; wife and children; son-in-law William Archdeacon, Samuel 
Whitly and William Kennedy, Executors. 

Abraham Warren, of Perquimans. October 6, 1739; July Court, 
1740; wife Sarah, Sarah and Susanna Sutton, son Henry, my five 

Richard Whedbee, of Tyrrell. November 29, 1739-40; June 
Court, 1740; Cudbeth Phelps, cousin George Phelps. 

Mary Wade, of Pasquotank. December 14, 1736; Mary Wade, 
sister Magdalene Wade. 

Alice Whitehead, of Craven. March Court, 1742; brother Ed- 

AND Genealogical Register. 81 

ward, James Whitehead, son of my eldest brother William, Robert 
Whitehead, son of brother Edward, his daughter Elizabeth White- 
head, cousin Tabitha Smith, cousin Ann Hopkins, Susanna Heritage 
wife of William Heritage, Mrs. Brice wife of William Brice. 

John Worth, of Bladen. August 1. 1743; September Court, 1743; 
father John, of New Jersey, sister Elizabeth, cousin John Clark of 
New Hanover. 

John Williams. July 6, 173G-7; August, 1737; wife Ann, son 
John, son Joshua, daughter Mary. 

John Wiatt. Daughter Sarah Standing, brother Joshua Long, 
80D William Wiatt, daughter Elizabeth Oaies, wife Rachel; Jaiiuary 

Edward Williams, of Pasquotank. October Court, 1739; son Leon- 
ard, daughter Barbara Lurry and her husband Evan Lurry, son 
Josiah, brother William Williams, son Joseph, daughter Sarah JParse- 
ley, daughter Mary Morgan, daughter Jemima Williams, wife Eliza- 
beth, son Luodovick Williams, ?on Josiah Williams. 

John Winn. December 18, 1739 (Pasquotank); son Ezekiel, 
daughter Elizabeth, nephew Daniel Jessop, sister Berty Winn, wife 

*Thomas Whitmell, of Bertie. November 23, 1735; December 17, 
1735; son Thomas, wife Elizabeth, daughters Sarah and Martha, son 
Lewis, infant son to be baptized William, daughter Elizabeth Pol- 
lock, daughter Winifred, daughter Mary ; son Thomas Whitmell and 
brother John Gray, Executors. 

Joshua Whitney. 26th December, 1735; January 21, 1736; wife 
Mathew, sons David and Jeremiah, sons Samuel, Joseph and Francis, 
daughters Ketring, and Keith. 

William Weaver. Without date; sons William, John, Henry, 
Thomas and Edward, wife, all my children. 

Alice Wade. April 25, 1701 ; grandson John Hawkins, grandson 
Thomas Hawkins, grandjron James Hawkins, granddaughter Eliza- 

*NoTE.--Thoma8 Whitmell came to Bertie County, N. O., from Surry County, 
Va., in the year 1713; he married Eliaabeth Hunter Bryan, born 1690, daughter 
of Lewis Bryan and his wife Elizabeth Hunter. The following is from the MSS. 
records, copied from his family Bible, now in the possession of Mrs. Burgess Urqu- 
hart, of Bertie County. The names and births of his children are taken from the 
ibove record. The marriages have been copiled from the public records. Thomas 
Whitmell and Marv. his wife, had issue. Thomas Whitmell, born 1688, died 1735; 
married Elizabeth Hunter Bryan, born 161)0. issue (I) Col. Thomas Whitmell and 
Elizabeth West; (II) Mary Whitmell, born 1715, died 1728; (111) Elizabeth Whit- 
mell, born 1717, married (1st) Maj. George Pollock, (2d) Thomas Blount, (3d) 
Col. William Williams; (IV) Sarah Whitmell, married Henry Hunter; (V) 
Martha Whitmell, married (1st) Henry Lawrence Bate, (2d) John Hill; (Vl> 
Annie Whitmell, born, 1724, died 1727 ; (VII) Janet Whitmell, born 1724, died 
1730 ; (VIII) Winifred WhitmeU. born 1729. married Phillip Alston ; (IX) Lewis 
Whitmell, born 1732, died young; (X) Mary Whitmell. married (1st) Maj. Fran- 
cis Pugh (2d) Hezekiah Thompson; (XI) William Whitmell. born 1735, died 
^oune. Mrs. Elizabeth Wnitmell married Robert Hunter of Bertie County ; no 
issue by the last marriage. 


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beth Hawkins, daughter Elizabeth Long, grandson James Long, 
grandson Thomas Long, granddaughter Mary Long; grandson John 
Hawkins Executor. 

Robert Wilson, Chuckatuck. 20th day, 2d month, 1694; son 
Isaac, grandchildren Robert and Ann Wilson, Sarah Botena, and 
Hester Balman, wife Ann, son Zack. 

William West. April 7, 1735 ; Robert West, Jr., and Thomas 

George Williams, of Bertie. November Court, 1735; wife Marga- 
ret, daughter Mary; father George Williams, and brother Richard, 

Inventory of estate John Whedbee, returned 6th June, 1701. 

Robert Warburton. Nearest of kin to John Warburton, February 
5, 1680. 

Arthur Workman. August 1, 1696 ; Capt. John Hunt, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Hunt, Anthony Hatch, son to said Elizabeth Hunt, on Little 
River, Richard Platon, John Robinson, Major Charles Sadler, Mad- 
ame Dorothy Sadler, sisters Mary and Millicent Workman, in Ire- 
land, Mrs. Sarah Franklin, wife of Henry Franklin, Mrs. Mary Clark, 
wi'iow of John Clark^ 

Thomas West, of Perquimans.. April 28, 1735; July 23, 1735; 
brothers Thomas, Joshua and Wm. Long, brothers Samuel and John 

Robert White. 18 day, 11 month, 1732; November 6, 1733; 
sons Jonathan, Zepheniah, eldest son Joseph, son Robert, daughter 
Ann, daughter Elizabeth, wife Rebecca, daughter Mary. 

John Williamson. March 13, 1733-'4; October 2, 1734; sons 
Charles, Zachary and John, wife Rose, my little children. 

John Woodward, of Bath. November 21, 1734; December 10, 
1734 ; brother Joel, son Henry, daughter Mary, uncles William Mar- 
tin, and Henry Lucas. 

John Waxdale, of Bath. Wife Walposia Waxdale ; December 
17, 1734. 

Charles Wilkins. January 3, 1733-'4 ; February 17, 1734 ; son 
William, the land I had of Nicholas Crisp, my brother-in-law, son 
John, daughter Sarah Gregory, wife of Luke Gregory, wife, daugh- 
ters Ann, Elizabeth, and Mary. (Chowan.) 

Robert Warburton. Sons John and Smithwick Warburton, wife 
Sarah, daughter Sarah ; March 25, 1733 ; July 31, 1733. (Bertie.) 

Thomas Williams. December 12, 1732 ; November 3, 1733 ; son 
Joseph and Samuel, wife Mary, daughter Mary. 

Richard Wingfield. April 3, 1733; June 11, 1733; daughters 
Susanna, Elizabeth and Mary, sons Robert and John, daughters Ann 
and Prudence; son Robert, and wife Mary, Executors. 

Arnold White, Sr. 24 day, 12 month, 1729; April 14, 1730; 
daughter Sarah White, youngest son Nehemiah, son Joshua. 

Joshua Wherry. January 28, 1729; August 18, 1730; brother 
Anthony Wherry, sisters Elizabeth, Rachel, Sarah, and Mary Wherry. 

AND Genealogical Rbqistbr. 83 

Thomas Wimberly, of Bertie. October 22. 1732; February Court; 
1732-'3; sons George and Joseph, daughter Sarah, wife Susannah, 
sons George, and Joseph, Executors. 

William Williams, of Edenton. May 7, 1730 ; December 20, 1732; 
wife Frances, sons William and Thomas, daughters Sarah, and 

Henry Wheeler. April 5, 1727; 9th January, 1727; wife Ann, 
sons Emperor, Henry and John, daughter Sarah ; son Emperor Ex- 

William Williams, of Currituck. February 2, 1724-*5; letters 
granted January, 1726; sons Thomas, Stephen and Tulle, wife Mary, 
daughter Jane Brent, grandson Jonathan Brent, granddaughter 
Mary Brent, daughter Abigail Phillips ; wife sole Executrix. Wit- 
ness, Wm. Davis, Charles Brent, Robert Erwin. 

John White, of Hyde. Wife Sarah ; April 7, 1724 ; November 5, 

John Williams. January 29, 1727-'8; April 11, 1728; brother 
Nathaniel, child in ease, wife Sarah Williams, brother-in law Joseph 

Georjge Whedbee, of Alligator. March 2, 1717-18 ; July 29, 1718; 
sons Richard, George and John, cousin Richard Whedbee, daughter 
Ruth Whedbee. 

Isaac Wilson. October 3, 1724; December 29, 1724; brothers 
Robert and Benjamin Wilson, Joseph and Rachel Wilson, son of 
my brother Robert, Isaac Wilson, son of brother Robert, mother Ann 
Pettiver, uncle Ralph Bozman. 

William White, of Chowan. December 14th, 1723; April 14, 
1724 ; wife Mary, daughter Mary. 

William Wayman, of Pasquotank. March 18, 1721 ; July 18, 
1721 ; sons William, Robert and John ; wife Hannah Executrix. 

John Williams. January 26, 1721 ; May 18, 1722; brothers Theo- 
philus and James Williams, brothers Isaac and Arthur WHliams, 
cousin Anthony Bering, cousin John, son of Theophilus Williams. 
Samuel Wilson, of Pasquotank. Unclein-law John Scarbrough, 
brother Daniel Bell, father and mother, John and Alice Pritchett ; 
7, 11 month, 1719 ; January 20, 1719-'20. 

Thomas Walton. Wife Anne, of King and Queen, Virginia 
three sons and four daughters ; May 8, 1719. 

Edward Williams. Son John, wife Mary; February 9, 1713-'4; 
July Court, 1714. 

Henry Warren, of Matethapungo Creek. February 15, 1716; 
son Abraham, daughters Mary, Elizabeth and Anne; wife Elizabeth, 
Executrix, with John Palin overseer. 

John West. July 16, 1712 ; wife Elizabeth ; John Short, Lawrence 
Sarson and Elizabeth Rose witnesses. 

John Walker. January 12, 1709 ; sons John and Benjamin, wife 
Elizabeth, sons Thomas and James, daughter Sarah, Elizabeth 
Paull, Zachariah Guirken and Will Mitchell witnesses; Thomas 
West, and Robert West, Executors. 

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William Williams. December 9, 1704 ; wife Mary, sole Executrix, 
sons Samuel, John and Stephen, each of my daughters. 

James Welch. November 11, 1711 ; daughter Mary, child in esse ; 
brother-in-law Henry Bonner Executor. 

AbrnljRm Warren, of Little River, Perquimans. April 23, 1710 ; 
son Ainaham, wife Mary Norcomb; wife Mary and son Abraham 
sole Executors, if child in esse, etc. 

David Wharton. Dead without a will in 1712. 

BeTiJHmin West. Died 1695; John Mackey married Frances, his 
widens-, September 30, 1695, and administered on his estate. 

Thomas West, of Bertie. November 6, 1756; April Court, 1757; 
wife Elizabeth, daughter Elizabeth, son William; brother Robert 
West Executor. 



(Compiled from Ihe office of Register of Deeds, for Chowan County, at Eden- 
ton, N. C. These records include all deeds and conveyances for Bertie and Hert- 
ford Counties to 1722, Tyrrell and Washington Counties to 1729, and Gates 
County to 1778. The names of the Bargainor and Bargainee are given, the date 
of the conveyance, number of acres of land or number of town lot, and th« 
names of the witnesses to the instrument.) 

Book W. 

Nicholas Tiner, to James Curlee. 400 acres land SW side of 
Chowan River, bought of Thomas Hoskins, called Hoskins' Beaver 
Dam ; April 4, 1699. Test, Nath'l Che vin, Thomas Luten. 

George Pearssay, and wife Magdalene, to Nicholas Crisp. 100 acres 
land south side easternmost branch of Mattacomack Creek; March 
8, 1700. Test, Richard Lewis, Nathaniel Chevin. 

Elizabeth GriflBn, wife of Richard GriflBn, to her son Joseph Skit- 
tlethorpe. A tract of land in Rockyhock ; Ist April, 1701. Test, 
Thomas Gillyam, Nath*l Chevin. 

Dave Perkins, to James Ward. A plantation with all the labour 
thereon; August 24, 1700. Test, Christopher Butler, Will Brothel. 

Dave Perkins, to James Ward. August 24, 1700; 240 acres, for- 
merly Will Charlton's, south side Yoppim River. Test, Christopher 
Butler, Will Brothel. 

James Ward, to Robert Murray. A tract of land; 27 , 1700. 

Test, Christopher Butler, Will Pergeter. 

Robert Murray, to James Ward. Part of the land of Richard Sti- 
ball, deceased, now in possession of James Ward, as marrying Mary 
Stiball, daughter of said Stiball ; March 22, 1701. Test, Nath'l 
Chevin, Christopher Butler. 

Will Harris, and wife Ann, to Argall Simons. 250 acres north 
side Albemarle River, east side of land of Jonathan Harrison. Test, 
Humphrey Legg, Leonard Loftin. 

Lowis Williams, to John Markwell, of Lower Parish of Isle of 
Wight County, Va. Registered July 1, 1701. Will Early, Will 

Nicholas Crisp, to Edward Smithwick. Land bought of Dave 
Perkins, and wife Mary, by deed dated September 26, 1691, said 
Mary being one of the heirs of Robert Walburton, deceased ; 50 acres. 
This deed is signed by Lewis Williams, and wife Mary, (possibly 

Sylvester Sandiford, to Cullam Flynn. 640 acres near Coniby 
Creek and Morattock River, bought from Col. Thomas Pollock. July 
1, 1701. 

Jon White, Sr., and wife Sarah, to Will Williams. Parcel land 
east side Chowan' River, 250 acres, being: granted to Lewis Williams 
May 15, 1697, and sold to me by him, March 1, 1700. 

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Elenor Ibence, to Will Walston. Tract of land ; July 1, 1701. 

Jon White, Jr., and wife Elizabeth, to Thomas Everit. 268 acres 
land; July 19,1701. 

Richard Fox, and wife Mary, to Jon White, Jr. 258 acres land ; 
November 23, 1700. 

Edward Smithwick, to Nicholas Crisp. 100 acres land, by pur- 
chase of Nicholas Daws, and wife Lydia, deed dated July 5, 1697. 
April 14, 1701. 

♦Alexander Macfarlane, to Thomas Pollock. Plantation where Pe- 
ter Gansett now lives, lying on northwest mouth of Maristice River, 
commonly called George's Quarters; 640 acres; October 6, 1701. 

Peter Gansett, to Thomas Pollock. Conveys above tract of land. 

Thomas Pollock, to Edward Williams. Assigns patent to said 
Williams; June 14,1701. 

Peter Cornelas, to Peter Gansett (Indian). Tract of land on SW 
side of the mouth of Cassaya River (Cashie), where it enters into 
Morattuck River; 100 acres; September 23, 1701. 

John Porter, and wife Mary, to Leonard Loftiu, of Perquimans. 
Patent of 298 acres land; July 21, 1701. 

William Duckinfield, to Jabez Alford. 220 acres adjoining 
Thomas Jones* land ; deed signed by John Ardeene, att'y ; Octo- 
ber 7, 13th year her Majesty^s Reign. 

John Slockcum, and wife Jane, of Bath, by Nathaniel Chevon, 
attorney to Thomas Waine. Plantation heired from his father 
John Slocumb, deceased, said tract being on Mattacomack Creek, 
as by patent dated May — , 1684. Test, James Hugoot, Humphrey 

Dr. Godfrey Spruell, and wife Joana, to Jon Stuard, and wife Hen- 
rietta, daughter of said Spruell. 300 acres of land in Scuppernong; 
May '^6, 1701-^2. 

James Welch, of Bath, to James Long. Tract of land on Welch's 
Creek; October 13, 1701. Test, Wm. Lillington, Jon Hawkins, 
Humphrey Legg. 

Thomas Everit, and wife Dorothy, to George White. Tract of 
land ; October 21, 1701. Test, Thomas Marks. 

Richard Lewis, and wife Elizabeth, to Robert Sarle. April 7, 1702. 
Test, Nath'l Chevin, Jon White. 

George Chambers, to Leonard Loftin. Deed for land; April 7, 

George White, to Jon Ballard. 200 acres of land; October 6, 
1701. Test, Jon Jones, Nath'l Chevin. 

George Swain, and wife Esther, to George Chambers. 100 acres 
land; March 10, 1702. Test, Will Keeton, Leonard Loftin. , Jt! 

Richard Booth, and wife Elizabeth, to Will Early. 272 acres west 
side Chowan River; March 17, 1701-^2. Test, Will Duckinfield, 
Daniel Halsey. 

*NoTE.— Peter Gansett was an Indian. 

AND Genealogical Register. 87 

Edward Smithwick, to Thomas Luten and William Wilkinson, 
church wardens of ye Precinct of Chowan, in North Carolina. 
* "Seventy yards square of land for to build and arect a church, and 
the church to stand in the middle of said land, for the use of said 
Parish, forever, the said land to be on the road or the highway from 
Thomas Gylliams in the woods, joining on the old field of the said 
Edward Smithwick "; April 7, 1702. Test, Thomas Luten, Register. 

Will Early, and wife Elinor, to Thomas Gylbyrd (Gilbert). In- 
terest in land ; December 1, 1702. 

Thomas Marks, and wife Elizabeth, to their grandchild Thomas 
Averit, Jr. 150 acres in the Broad neck, on east side Deep River, in 
case of his death to descend to the next heir of Thomas Averit and 
Dorothy his wife; October 6, 1702. Test, James Fleming, James 

Richt. Buck, and wife Mary, to Will Early. 164 acres of land on 
Wicacon Creek, as by draught of survey, 6th April, 1701. Deed 
dated August 4, 1702. Test, Thomas Marks, James Bush. 

Edward Smithwick to Smithwick Warburton. 150 acres out of 
a patent adjoining Jon Taillers (Taylo/); October 10, 1702. Test, 
Susanna Charlton, Luke Mesell (Mizell). 

Roger Snell, and wife Elizabeth, to Jon Yelverton. 100 acres 
formerly in possession of Richard Darling; December 1, 1702. 
Test, Jon Jones, Henry Lyels (Liles). 

Smithwick Warburton to Edward Smithwick. Interest in a pat- 
ent of land ; October 10, 1702. Test, Susannah Charlton, Luke 

Edward Smithwick, and wife Africa, to Jon Jones. Tract of land 
mentioned in patent assigned to me by Smithwick Warburton, heir 
of Robert Warburton; December 1, 1702. Test, Thomas Garrett, 
Nath'l Chevin. 

James Long, to Richard Johnson. Grant of 640 acres east side 
Coniby Creek ; January 5, 1702-3. Test, Daniel Leigh, Jon Boyd. 

Richt. Johnson, to Joseph Simpson. For love and affection to 
said Joseph, I convey tract of land bought of James Long; January 

5, 1702-3. Test, Daniel Leigh, Daniel Halsey. 

Robert Sarles, to James Farlow. Assitinment of land ; November 
23, 1702. Test, Elisha Jones, Thomas Hicks. 

fGoode Chambers, to Henry Sutton. Tract of land in South Lan- 
caster, 100 acres on east side of George Swain's plantation ; January 

6, 1702-3. Test, Jon Early, Thomas Paringham. 

Will Duckingfield, to Thomas Jones. Interest in a plantation 
called Cosshoke; February, 1712-3. Test, Joseph Skittlethrope, 
Elizabeth Griffing. (In Bertie County.) 

*NoTE. — Here was built the first church in North Carolina. The question is 
where is the exact location ? It was certainly in Chowan County, and either at 
Edenton or contiguous thereto. 

f Note. — South Lancaster lies in Washington County. 

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Elizabeth Grifl5ng, to Henry Lilse. 200 acres west side Casshoke 
Creek, adjoining my son Joseph Skittlethorpe, given him by his 
father-in-law Richard Griffing; 2d February, 1702-'3. Test, Wm. 
Jones, Thomas Jones. (Bertie.) 

Will Duckinfield, to Will Jones. 640 acres land called Coshoke; 
February 1, 1702. (Bertie.) 

Thomas Marks, and wife Elizabeth, to Will Early. 150 acres on 
Deep Run; February 2, 1702-'3. Test, Will Jones, Daniel Leigh, 
Daniel Halsey. 

Joseph, Skittlethorpe, and wife Mary, to Henry Lylse. 100 acres 
given me by my fatherin-law, Richard GriflBng; 2d February, 1702 
-'3. Test, Eliz. Griffing, Thomas Jones. 

Will Duckinfield, to Jon Arderne. 4,000 acres land, known as 
'* Salmon Creek Plantation "; March 4, 1702. Test, Jon Willis, Jon 

Christopher Butler, and wife Annarita, to Col. William Wilkin- 
son. Tract of land on Yoppim River ; July 6, 1703. Test, Thomas 
Haughton, James Ward. 

Will Duckinfield, to Edward Moseley. 600 acres on southwest 
shore; February 25, 1702-^, to secure payment of <£77.103.6d. at 
the house of Mr. Thomas Walke, merchant, deceased, on the east- 
ern branch of Elizabeth River in Virginia; April 2,1703. Test, 
Jon Ardene, Will Newland, Jon Porter. (Bertie.) 

Charles Gaffin, and wife Mary, to Will Hooker. 100 acres on 
Wicacon Creek, adjoining lands of Thomas Mason ; March 2, 1702 
-'3. Test, Daniel Leigh, Edward Smithwick. (Hertford County.) 

Will Jones, of Cashoke, and wife Mary, to Thomas Arnold. 100 
acres north side Cashoke' Crick, adjoining lands of John Lewerton ; 
October 4, 1703. Test, Henry Lylse, Jno. Lewerton. (Bertie.) 

Thomas Clark, to Jon Harris. Conveyance of land; October 1, 
1703. Test, Daniel Leigh, Jon Byrd. 

Will Keats, to George Slade, and wife Martha, his father-in-law 
and mother. Part of the tract of land on which I live; 70 acres on 
the west side of George Swain's Swamp; October 5, 1703. Test, 
Nath4 Chevin, James Long. (Washington or Tyrrell.) 

Will Jones, and wife Mary, of Cashoke, to Jon Lewerton. 100 
acres land weat side Cashoke Crick; October 4, 1703. Test, Henry 
Lylse, Thos. Arnold (Bertie.) 

Argell Simons, and wife Lydia, to Edward Norrington; October 
5, 1703. Test, John Falconer, Jon Beotley. (Tract of land on 
Yoppim River.) 

James Blount, and wife Elizabeth, to Will Tanner, The planta- 
tion purchased of Hannibal Hoskins, deceased, containing 100 acres, 
joining tract where I now live, west side Mattacomack Creek ; Octo- 
ber 5, 1703. Test, Thos. Arnold. 

Edward Norrington, and wife Comfort, to Jon Bentley, assignment 
of a patent, November 30, 1702. Test, James Beasley, Mary Beasley. 

Thomas Garrett, and wife Bethiah, to Will Thomson, of Nanse- 

AND Genkalogical Rbgister. 89 

mond County, Va. 106 acres land on Cataren Creek, as by patent 
dated September 14, 1701. Deed dated April 24, 1703. Test, Rich- 
ard Malpas, Joshua Odem. 

Jon Ballard, and wife Margaret, to Thomas Hicks. 100 acres on 
Chowan Crick ; December 30, 1702, adjoining land of Edward ,Wil- 
liams. Test, Edward Williams. (Chowan River.) 

Dennis McClendoD, to Thomas Everit. Tract of land; January 
4, 1703-'4. Test, Columb Flyn, Richard Ballance. 

Lewis Williams, and wife Mary, to Dennis Macklenden. Tract of 
land called Mount Pleasant, on Wicacon Creek ; December 7, 1703. 
Test, Richard Billance (Hertford County ) 

Thororgood Pate, and wife Mary, to Nicholas Blackman. AlLmy 
labour in Green Hall, called the Beach Neck, adjoining upon land 
of Will Sadler, and running up the swamp ; August 25, 1703. Test, 
Thos. Kirkham, Eleanor Kirkham. 

Henry Lyle, and wife Jane^ to Richard Burke. Assignment of a 
bill of sale ; 9th April, 1702. Test, James Kirkham, Henry Lyle. 

Dennis Macklenden, and wife Deborah, to Jane Brown. 100 acres 
on the head of Woodward Creek, called Wixe's folly; December 13, 
1703. Test, Richard Bellame, Charles Gavin. 

Same, to Charles Gavin. 100 acres land lying at a place called 
Mount Pleasant, on east side Woodward Creek. 

Richard Burke, and wife Mary, to William Duckinfield. 200 
acres at the mouth of Rocky hock Creek ; June 4, 1703-'4. Test, 
Thomas Luten, Stephen Swaine. 

John Smith, to Col. Thomas Pollock. Tract of land, lower part 
of Petty Shore old field, 300 acres ; December 4, 1703-^4. Test, 
Thomas Luten, Will Early. 

Jon Early, to George Chambers. 640 acres at head of Cushoke 
Creek, bounded on Will Jones* land ; April 5, 1704. Test, Thomas 
Luten, Will Early. 

Richard Sowell, and wife Margaret, to Will Stevines. 290 acres 
on Sandy Run ; November 30, 1703. Test, Will Early, James Flem- 

Will Stevens, and wife Elizabeth, to James Flemmens. Interest 
in above deed. Test, Will Early, Margaret Sowell ; November 30, 

Francis Wells, and wife Elizabeth, to James Beasley. Plantation 
where I now dwell, bought of Will Walston, 200 acres; patent dated 
February 25, 1696. Test, Jon Porter, Sr., Jon Porter, Jr. 

Thomas Speight, of Nansemond, Va , to Jon Perry and James 
Griffin. Assignment of a patent, April 31, 1700. Test, Audrew 
Ross, Mary Ross. 

Nicholas Stallings, to Robert Roundtree, of Nansemond County, 
Va. Tract of land on Bennett's Crick; registered October 30, 1700. 

John Odom, to Nicholas Stallings. Assignment of a patent, Octo- 
ber 19, 1700. Test, Will. Hunter, Henry Hill, Robt. Roundtree. 

Cornelius Bennington, and wife Elizabeth, to Jon. Blount. Tract 

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of land on southwest side Chowan River, adjoining Thomas Pollock 
and William Duckinfield ; February 16, 1703. Test, Will Wilkin- 
son, Jon Hawkins, Ralph Lewhake. 

Richard Belvin, and wife Elizabeth, to Jon Byrd. Plantation 
west side Chowan River, west side Cuskoke Creek. Said Elizabeth, 
my wife, being formerly the wife of Richard Griffin; 26th March, 
1704. Test, Nath'l Chevin, Frances Parrott. 

Gift from Will Early, and wife Elinor, to Henry Sutton, for love 
and affection for our son-in-law Henry Sutton, and our daughter 
Sarah. 272 acres west side Chowan River; July 4, 1704. Test, Thomas 
Luten, Nath^l Chevin. 

Jon Hawkins, and wife Mary, to George Slade. Plantation in 
South Lancaster, 150 acres. Test, James Long, Will Keator. 

Jon Hawkins, to Capt. Henderson Walker; Jon Hawkins, son 
and heir of Thomas Hawkins, relinquishes his right as heir afore- 
said. January 15, 1703. Test, Jonathan Ashford, Jon Lillington. 

John White, and wife Sarah, to Margaret Arline, widow. Land 
upon Sloping Creek; July 8, 1704. Test, James Flemins, George 
White, Nath'l Chevin. 

Will Jones, to Robert West. Plantation on Cashoke Crick, 640 
acres, less 200 acres sold to John Lewerton and Thos. Arnold ; March 
27, 1704. Test, Thos. Pollock, Margaret Eirly, Jon West. 

Will Early, and wife Elinor, to Jon Beverly. 100 acres lying on 
the Indian path to Petty Shore; 4th July, 1704. Test, Thomas Lu- 
ten, Nath'l Chevin. 

Thomas Arnold, and wife Elizabeth, to Jno. Holbrook. 300 acres 
land SW side Cashoke; October 2, 1704. Test, George Chambers, 
Daniel Leigh. 

Patrick Laughler, and wife Elizabeth, to Thomas Martin, of Nan- 
semond County, Va. 300 .acres in Chowan, surveyed by Thomas 
Luten, 24th November, 17102. Deed dated October 3, 1704. 

Jon Jones, Sr., and wife Elizabeth, to Will and Thomas Jones, 
our sons, our interest in a patent of 250 acres, recently bought of 
Edward Smith wick; October 3, 1704. Test, Silas Smith, Nath'l 

Jon Thomas, of Nansemond County, Va., to Col. Thomas Pollock. 
208^ acres on west side Chowan River ; right to said land by Mary, 
my now wife, daughter of Jon. Lawrence, deceased ; November 22, 
1704. Test, Frances Parrott, Nath'l Chevin, David Henderson. 

Richard Exum and Robert Lawrence, to Col. Thomas Pollock; 
also Robert Lawrence, Jr., of Isle of Wight County, Va., by power 
of attorney made by Robert Lawrence, Sr., and wife Jane, and Jere- 
miah Exum, and wife Ann, Henry Sanders and Richard Taylor, to 
sell Black Rock, containing 300 acres, formerly possest by Jon Law- 
rence; 22d day of , 1704. Test, Nath'l Chevin, Endersen. 

Will Burt, and wife Martha Burt, to Thomas Marks. 240 acres 
east side Rockyhock Swamp; January 1, 1704, Test, Will Jones, 
Jon Early. 

AND Genealogical Register. 91 

Thomas Pollock, to my son-in-law Robert West. Tract of land 
on west side Moratuck River (Roanoke) and Cashoke Creek ; 1st 
January, 170-. Test, Frances Perott, Thomas West, Henry Lylse. 

Thomas Everitt, to Dennis Macklenden. Assignment of a sale of 
land ; 2d January, 1704. Test, Thomas Marks, Jon Early. 

Dennis Macklenden, to Patrick Lawler. Assignment deed for land ; 
2d January, 1704. Test, Daniel Halsey. 

Henry Bonner, to James Blount. My plantation on SW side 
of Mattacomack Creek; June 18, 1704-^5. Test, Will Windley, 
Nath'l Chevin. 

James Farloo, and wife Dorothy, to John Jordan. Assignment of 

Sant for land ; September 27, 1704. Test, Daniel Halsey, Jon 

Jon White, Sr., and wife Sarah, to Frances Cambridge, of Virginia. 
155 acres SW side Stopping Creek ; January 8, 1704-'5. Test, Jon 
Harrod, James Flemmins. 

Leonard Loftin, to Jon Porter. 298 acres on Albemarle River; 
March 3, 1705. Test, John Worley. 

George Slade, to John Worley. Assignment of deed for land ; 
March 2, 1704.'5. 

John Dennis, and wife Mary, to Will Branch. 50 acres land at ye 
head Mattacomack Creek, adjoining Nicholas Phillbyed ; 4 July, 

Thomas Luten, and wife Mary, to Thorogood Pate. Assignment of 
a patent, January 4, 1703-4. Test, Henry Sutton, Thomas Everitt. 

Robert West, to George Slade. Tract of land on Cashoke Creek, 
where Will Jones lately lived; September 11, 1704. Test, Will 
Keeter; Jon Garvey. 

Robert West, to my father-in-law, Col. Thomas Pollock. Tract of 
land lying on south side of Chowan, called Black Rock, where now 
lives widow Hartshorne; January 1, 1704. Test, Frances Perot, 
Thos. West, Henry Lylse. 

Patrick Lawler, and wife Elizabeth, to John Sweetman, of Nanse- 
mond County, Va. Land adjoining Indian bounds; December 29, 
1704. Test, Jon Hawkinse, Patrick Lee. 

Joseph Skittlethorpe, and wife Mary, to John Byrd. Land on 
west side of Chowan River, bounded on one side by land of Henry 

Lylse and Mary Branch, on the other ; September 25, 1704. Test, 

Richard Grills, George Chambers. Assigned by John Byrd to Jon 
Ardene. Test, James Blount, Arthur Kavenaugh. 

Col. William Wilkinson, to James Ward. Assignment of a deed ; 
1704. Test, Nath'l Chevin. 

Gift from John Harris, to my sister Jane Jones, wife of Richard 
Jones. Land on west side Mattacomack Creek ; August 1, 1703. 
Test, John Chevin, Jon Wheatley. 

Thomas Marks, and wife Rebecca Marks, to Jon Harris. Assign- 
ment sale of land ; September 4, 1706. Test, Daniel Halsey, James 

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Thomas West, to Capt. David Henderson. Tract of land on 
Mo rattuck River, adjoining Wm. Dackinfield, 220 acres; 25 July, 

1706. Test James Garrett, James Coslar. 

Col. Thomas Pollock, and David Henderson, by prior will of 
Jabez Olfen, to Thomas West. Tract of land on Moratluck Bay, 
220 acres; July 23, 1706. Test, Francis Perrot, James Cailor, John 

Jonathan Jones, of Bath, to John Jones. Assignment of a patent 
for 350 acres, dated April 1, 1694, on Mattacomack Creek; October 

Thomas Jones, and wife Elizabeth, to Wm. Keator. 100 acres on 
Cushoke; March, 1706. Test, Daniel Leigh, Slade. 

John Brogdin, and wife Jane, to John Watson. Assignment of 
patent from Ballard to Hicks and by Hicks to Brogdin ; no date. 
Test, Will Early, Lawler. 

Jon Giles, and wife Philanta, of Isle of Wight County, Va., to 
Lewis Williams. 500 acres of land granted to Thomas Woodward, 
by Right Hon. Wm. Bartlett; patent dated September 16, 1663; 
date of this assignment April 9, 1701. 

Nicholas Blackman, and wife Alice, to John Brogdin. Tract of 

land on south side of acomack Creek, bounded by Wm. Sadler's 

land; April 1, 1707. Test, Oliver Chandler. 

Edward Smithwick, and wife Sarah, to Mary Gregory, wife of 
Thomas Gregory. Tract of land at the head of Mattacomack Creek ; 
no date ; part of conveyance gone. 

John Worley to James Smith. Assignment of a deed ; March 21, 

William Wallston, and wife Hester, to Francis Branch. Assign- 
ment of a patent, on south side of Little Deep Run ; 8 March, 

Pritchett, Executor of Burnett, to Adam Short. March 10,1706-7. 
Test, Samuel Pritchard, Roland Backland, James Jones. 

Thomas Garrett, and wife Bethiah, to William Thompson. 100 

acres land south side Catharine Creek ; March 28, 1707. Test, 

Thomas, Ashley. . 

John Dawson, and Edward Williams, to Frances Cambridge. 
Done with consent of my wife Mary ; assignment deed, April Court, 

1707. Test, Thomas Garrett, James Beasley. 

Jon Brogden, and wife Jane, to John Watson. Assignment of 
SL deed ; October 1, 1706. Test, William Garly, Patrick Lawler. 

John Lewis, to John Hassell. Assignment of deed for a planta- 
tion; January 7, 1706. Test, Thomas Snoden, NathU Chevin. 

Robert West, to John Morris. 220 acres on Cushoke Creek, ad- 
joining Thos. Well—. 10 , 1706-7. Test, Richard Burk, Henry 


Nicholas Tyner, to William Williams. 300 acres northwest side 
of ye branch, where Sarah Sowells alias Thomas now lives; April 
1, 1707. Test, Silas Smith, John Solly. 

AND Genealogical Register. 93 

William Windley, of Bath, to Nicholas Crisp. Tract of land be- 
tween two branches of Mattacomack Crepk, where my father Wil- 
liam Windley formerly lived; July 1, 1707. Test, Nath'l Chevin, 
John Lillingtou. 

Williann Windley, of Bath, to Thomas Hoskins. A tract of land 
adjoining said Hoskins land ; Julv 2, 1707. Test, Nicholas Crisp, 
Nath4 Chevin. 

Kellam Tyler, and wife Billhah, to John Walker. 200 acres on 
Kendricks' Creek ; July 2, 1707. Test, Nicholas Crisp, Jas. Lenox. 

Robert Warburton to John Patchett (Pagett). 50 acres, part of 
tract which was my father's on Mattacomack Creek; April 4, 1707. 
Test, Nath'l Chevin, Thomas West. 

Gift from Lucy Rodes, to my daughter Sarah Butler, all my estate 
real and personal; June 20, 1707. Test, Ephraim Lawler, John 
Hold brook. 

John Jones, Sr., to William Davis, of Virginia. Assignment of 
patent; June 24, 1707. Test, N. Chevin, Dan'l Halsey. 

John Jones, Sr., and wife Elizabeth, to William Tanner. Assign- 
ment of a patent, issued to Jonathan Jones, and by him conveyed 
to John Jones; 2d June, 1707. Test, Nath'l Chevin, John Byrd. 

Thomas Burroughs, and Hannah Burroughs, to Thomas Marks. 
Land sold to us by Will Early; September 8, 1707. Test, Henry 
Sutton, Henry Badley, and wife Frances. 

George White, and wife Frances, to Thomas Parker. Assignment 
of deed ; 7th October, 1700. Test, Thomas Kirby, James Flemmins. 

William Williams, of the Lower Parish, Isle of Wight Co., Va., 
to Peter Parker, of Upper Parish of Nansemond Co., Va., tract of 
land on east side of Chowan River, 240 acres, part of a patent of 
640 acres, granted to Lewis Williams, May 1697. Deed dated Oc- 
tober 25, 1706. Test, John Parker, Robt. Scott, Humphrey Marshall. 

Roger Snell, and Elizabeth Snell his wife, to John Blount. 640 
acres land, October 7, 1707. Test, John Lillington, Edward Moseley. 

Edward Williams, and wife Mary, to George White. Tract of land 
on Indian Town Creek, opposite plantation of James Harlo ; October 
7, 1707. Test, Thomas Snoden, Daniel Halsey. • 

George White, and wife Frances, to Edward Williams. 438 acres 
land on Chowan River, in Rockyhock Neck, bounded by Thomas 
Gilbert and Francis Prigden's land ; October 7, 1707. Test, Thomas 
Snoden, Daniel Halsey. 

Bryan Fitzpatrick to Thomas Holliway. 320 acres on ye Sound of 
Roanoke, and on ye south side of the same. August 1, 1707, Thos. 
Holliway assigns same to Obadiah Faine. Test, John Petti ver, 
Wm. Refield. 

Matthew Adams, appoints James Farlo, attorney, to acknowledge 
deed of sale, October 16, 1707, to Thomas Pollock, test, John Walker, 
Edward Benwick. 

Matthew Adams, to Thomas Pollock. 335 acres on Welch's Creek; 
December 6, 1707. Test, John Walker, Edward Penwick. 

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Jeremiah Exum, and wife Ann, of Isle of Wight Co., Va., to 
Francis Branch, conveyed by Thomas Luten attorney. 138 acres 
at the mouth of Mattacomack Creek, bounded on the southeast bv 
land of Nicholas Crisp, and on the northwest by land of Nath 1 
Chevin, as may appear by an assignment of Dower from Thomas 
Cullen; May 23d, 1687. Power of attorney dated Sept. 22d, 1707. 
Deed dated January 6, 1707-'8. Test, NathU Chevin. 

William Fallow, and wife Mary, to John Phillips. 150 acres on 
Rockyhock Creek ; January 6, 1707. Test, flBrybent, John Harris. 

John Harris, to William Fallow. Plantation called Cypress Neck; 
December 6, 1707. Test, Daniel Halsey, John Watson. 

James Blount, of Bath, to Mary Blount, widow and relict of Capt. 
Thomas Blount. All and every legacy bequeathed to me by will of 
ye said Capt. Thomas Blount, as well as all interest as Executor of 
said Thos. Blount; October 13, 1706. Test, Joo. Ardern, Xofer Gale, 
Tobias Knight. 

Lewis Williams, to James, and Elizabeth Rutland, sonin-law and 
daughter. For love and affection, I do give and grant to them and 
their heirs, 100 acres land, on ye pointe of highland on Katharine 
Creek; April 6, 1708. Test, Richard Lewis, John Bayes. 

Edward Smithwick, and wife Sarah, to Wm. Charlton. Planta- 
tion known as Dogwood Neck; January 1, 1708. Test, Thos. Garrett, 
Stephen Swaine. 

William Duckinfield, to Jon Early. Tract of land on ye south- 
west shore, bounded between Isaac HilFs, and Thomas Daniel. 640 
acres; April 6, 1708. Test, John Lillington, Henry Lilse. 

Thomas Gilbert, and wife Mary, to John Church. Tract of land 
on east side Chowan River; April 5, 1708. Test, Thos. Marks, 
Rebecca Marks. 

W^illiam Williams, to Thom Ashley. 100 acres land; April 6, 
1708. Test, Henry Lilse, Thomas Ward. 

Assignment of a patent granted to William Waters, sold by him, 
and assigned by Egerton to Moody, now sold by Moody to Agerton, 
William Moody to Patrick Egerton, the above patent; December 
13, 1707. Test, Thos. Snoden, James Welch. The above sale assigned 
by Saml Patchett, to Thomas Hoskins; 29 November, 1707. Test, 
N. Chevin, Wm. Wallstone. 

John Harrison, to Argyle Simons. Plantation adjoining on ye 
northward Mr. John Porter; Januarys, 1708. Test, Thomas Garrett, 
Stephen Swaine. 

Chris Bly, to Thomas Snoden. Assignment of land; April Ist, 
1706. Test, John Allcock, James Ward. 

John Hagarty, and wife Ann, (alias Haggeiton) to John Harec 
150 acres where Phillip Ward lives; September 15, 1708. Test, 
Thomas Snoden, Orlando Paenie. 

Arthur Kavanaugh, and wife Mary, of Meherrin River, to Robert 
Hicks. Two tracts of land, 1,280 acres, on north side of Meherrin 
River; patented 17 July, 1706. Deed dated April 20, 1709. Test, 
Jacob Gotten, Ralf Jackson, Joseph Evans. 


Arthur Kavanaugh, and wife Mary, to Ralf Jackson. 60 acres 
land north side Meherrin' River; April 4, 1709. Test, Charles Grif- 
fin, Jno. Lillington. 

John Hall, to John Haggerton, alias Haggerty. Plantation at ye 
head of Yoppin River, adjoining lands of Thos. Snoden, Sr.;. pat- 
ented by Wm. Brethell March 24, 1708-.'9. 

John Haggerton, alias Haggerty, to James Ward. Conveys above 
tract of land ; March 24, 1708-'9. 

William Tanner tind wife Ann, to Thomas Williams. 100 acres, 
part I bought of John Jones; April 7, 1712. Test, Daniel Halsey, 
John Warde. 

William Bush, Sr., and wife Martha, to William Hooker. 350 
acres land on Wicacon Creek; August 24, 1711. Test, John Hall, 
Robert Lanier. 

William Charlton to Luke Mizell. For love and affection I bear 
Luke Mizell, and Sarah his wife, my son and daughter, I give them 
tract of land on Moratuck River (Roanoke River) ; between 1706 
and 1711. Date is lost for this deed. 

Charles Gaffen, and Mary Qaffen, to John Odum. Deed for land ; 
September 30, 1700. Test, N. Chevin, Judith Welch. 

William Windley, and wife Ann, to Daniel Cox. Tract of land ; 
10th September, 1705. Test, Nathaniel Chevin, Daniel Halsey. 

Francis Cambridge, and wife Elizabeth, of Nansemond County,. 

Va., to John Dawsen, of North . 75 acres land on Stopping 

Creek, by the Indian Cabin landing. Test, Andrew Ross, Mary 
Ross. September 25. 1706. 

Same, to same. Lease of stock. Same date and witnesses. 

William Early, and wife Elinor, to Peter Evans. 255 acres land 
adjoining Colonel Pollock ; September 7, 1706. Test, John Jordan, 
Thomas Steela 

Thomas Marks, to his son John Marks. 200 acres land west side 
Rockyhock Creek, called Dogwood Neck ; September 16, 1706. 
Test, Daniel Halsey, John Harris. 

Peter Gansett, and Mary Lee, apprentice to Robert West to learn 
the trade of a cooper; June 29, 1706. 

Lazarus Thomas, to Edward Williams, then assigned to Richard 
Odom. Tract of land ; October Ist, 1706. Test, N. Chevin, Daniel 

Edward Moseley, and wife Ann, Executrix of last will and testa- 
ment of Henderson Walker, deceased, late of the Precinct of 

Patrick Egerton, attorney of Wm. Egerton, to John Yelverton. 
Tract of land not described ; September 20, 1709. Test, Thomas 
Blichtenden, Wm. Wallston. 

Daniel Garrett, to George Piercy. Tract of land; March 31, 
1710-11. Test, John Baley, Johq Rising, Will Mitchell. 

John Hassell, and wife Jane, to John Lewis. 300 acres land ; July 
Court, 1706. Test, Wm. Hardy, Thomas Snoden. 

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Richard Giles, to Nathaniel Chevin. Tract of land ; October 1705. 

John Yelverton, and wife Elizabeth (daughter of James Blount 

who died in 17 It)), to . 100 acres land on Mattacomack 

Creek, bounded by lands of Thos. Bonner. 

Edward Phelps, to John Ainesley. Assignment of land ; March, 

William Walston, and wife Easter, to William Joues. Warranty 
deed without date. 

William Walston, and wife Easter, to Edward Champioli. 145 
acres on ye Swamp Mattacomack Creek ; January 14, — . 

Will Jones, and wife Frances, to Wm. Jones, of Nansemond 
County, Va. 200 acres on Mattacomack Creek Swamp, known by 
the name of the Creek Fork, Cowhall Swamp. Test, Henry Lylse, 
Wm. Jones , January 5, 1711. 

ohn Lewis, to Edward Phelps. 222 acres west side Scuppernoug 
River, called ye Mockizan, adjoining to John Hopkins; July 5, 
1706. Test, Edmund Porter, John Lillington. 

Thomas Galard, and wife, to John Phillips. 100 acres land at 
Rockyhock ; April 15, 1709. Test, Henry Lythe, Wm. Jones. 

Samuel Bout well, and wife Anaritta, relict of John Stuart, de- 
ceased to our honored father, Godfrey Spruell. Tract of land con- 
taining 300 acres on Scuppernong; no date. 

William Charlton, and wife Susannah, to Patrick Egerton. Au- 
gust Court, 1711. Part of this deed gone. 

Patrick Lawler, and wife Elizabeth, to Tredle Keefe. 50 acres 
land west side Bennetts Creek ; July 3d, 1706-7. Test, Jos. Daniel, 
James Bruddy. 

Edward Batchelder, and wife Pathelia, to Frank Johnson. 227 
acres land two miles back in the woods, from Scuppernong River, 
adjoining Edward Phelp's land; January 4, 1706-7. Test, God- 
frey Spruell. 

John Jones, and wife Ann, to Richard Burk. 100 acres of land 
on north side of Mattacomack Creek called the Bear Garden; 
1706-7. Test, Jones, — -- Smith. 

John Corlee, to Charles Gavin. Land on west side Chowan River; 
April 16, 1712. Test, Thomas West, Thomas Gilberd. 

Thomas Harriss, to James Fairly. Power of attorney, to convey 
land known as the Red Bank, to Lewis Bryan; 15th January, 1711. 
Test, Wrn. Crawford, Lawrence McGue. 

Elizabeth Harris. Power of attorney to William Crawford to 
acknowledge above sale. 

Wm. Moody, and wife Ann, to John Byrd. Power of attorney to 
acknowledge sale of land to Edward Smithwick, Sr. ; September 16, 
1709-'10. Test, John Smithwick, William Reditt. 

Thomas Barber, to John Jones, Sr. Power of attorney to acknowl- 
edge sale of land; January 11, 1709-'10. Test, Henry Lilse, John 

Sarah Bly, to John Ward. Power of attorney to acknowledge 

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sale of land by my husband, Christopher Bly, to Thomas Snoden ; 
no date. Test, Daniel Halsey, William Daws. BCPIP 

John Early, to John Rasberry. 200 acres land on Chowan River; 
*April 16, 1711. Test, George, Smith, John Hale, John Early, Rob- 
ert Lanier (Hertford County). 

John Hawkins, to Thomas Lundy. Tract of land on Moratuck 
known as the Brickhouse; 17 January, 1711. Test, Daniel Hal- 
sey, John Worley. 

George Fearce, and wife Magdalene, to Elizal Walker, widow. 140 
acres on Moratuck River, according to will of John^Walker; April 
16, 1712. Test, Thomas West, Richard Rose. 

John Phillips, to Nicholas Tiner. Tract of land bought of Thos. 
Gailer; October 16, 1711. Test, John Mixon, Prudence Mixon. 

George Fox, of Surry County, Va., to Mary Godhy. Land on 
Salmon Creek, adjoining Col. Pollock; January 8, 1710. Test, 
John Simmons, Thomas Jackson. 

William Tanner, and wife Ann, to John Turner. 100 acres land 
adjoining Samuel Patchett, formerly in possession of James Blount 
and John Yelverton. Test, Henry Lilse, Wm. Turner, Ann Turner. 

John Browing, and wife Mary, to Elizabeth Britt. 175 acres, be- 
ginning at Moratuck bridge; April 16, 1712. Test, James Femins, 
Will Mitchell. 

Thomas Hawkins, to Thomas Wiley. Tract of land on ye South 
Shore, between Jno. Swaine and the Tarkill Branch, and bounded 
betwixt James Long's line and that of James Smith. 26 January, 
1709-'10. Test, Lenoard Loftin, James Long. 

Robert West, to John Morris. 320 acres land on Coshoake Creek ; 
February 10, 1706-7. Test, Richard Birk, Henry Lylse. 

John Morris, to George Slade. Assigns above deed; June 15, 
1710. Test, Daniel Leigh, Thomas Jones. 

William Frost, to Edward Berry.- Power of attorney to take 
charge of lauds and chattels I have given my children Leonard 
Frost and Mary Frost, for two years and then to deliver same to said 
children; June 2d, 1711. Test, John Sesshons, Richard Sessons. 

Richard Lewis, to Francis Branch. 166 acres land lying at Bar- 
rowhole; July 14, 1712. Test, Thos. Luten, Thos. Luten, Jr. 

John White, Sr., to Simon Knight, of Nansymond Co., Va. 50 
acres land in Hogneck, Bear Swamp; 25 October, 1711. Test, Edward 
Williams, Jno. Jordan. 

Henry Lysle, and wife Jane, to Robert West. 400 acres where'I 
lived, adjoining Mr. Byrde's line; June 15Lh, 1712. Test, Richard 
Williamson, William Stephens. 

Francis Branch, and wife Ann, to William Woodley, of Nanse- 
mond Co., Va. 166 acres sold me by Richard Lewis. Test, Thos. 
Luten, Thomas Luten, Jr. 

James Blount, and wife Elizabeth, to John Arthur. 125 acres 
north side Chowan River, upon ye lower side of Indian Town Creek ; 

98 North Carolina Historical 

July 15, 1712. Test, Daniel Halsey, George Smith, William Rawl- 

Peter Evans, to Charles Merritt. One-half 600 acres lying unou^ 
Deep Creek, and running up Cliowanock River; March 10, 1707. 
Test, Samuel Sakleman, William Stevens. 

Ephraim Lewerton, to Thomas WfSt. 270 acres land adjoining 
lands of John Hardy on Salmon Creek; July 16, 1712. Test, 
Daniel Halsey, Chas. Barber. 

Thos Garrett, and wife Bethiah, to Michael Brinkley. Sr., of Upper 
Parish, Nausemond Co., Va. 150 acres land on south side Kaihrea 
Creek; July 3d, 1712. Test, Wm. Thompson, Thos. Garreit, Jr., 
William Wills. 

William Duckinfield, to Ephraim Lewerton. 470 acres mouth of 
Poplar River and Salmon Creek ; no date. Test, Jno. Falconer, 
Daniel Halsey. 

*Francis Branch, and wife Ann, to John Goreham. 130 acres land 
at the mouth of Mattacomack Creek, bounded southeast Ky lands of 
Nicholas Crisp, which were formerly ye lands of Joseph Gilbert,and 
northwest by lands formerly Jolin Porter, and lately occupied by 
said Crisp, as per deed from Thomas Cullen, of Dover, dated May 
23,1687; deed dated July 15, 1712. Test, Thos. Luteu, Henry 

Richard Lewis, and wife Franois Branch. 166 acres, 
part of 416 acres patented by me, known as Barrow's Hole; July 14, 
1712. Test, Thomas Luten, Thos Luten. Jr. 

John Hendricks, to William Duckinfield. Power of attorney; 
February 11, 1710. Test, Thos. Arnold, Edward Benwick. 

Jane Lyle?, wife of Henry Lyles, to William Crawford. Power of 
attorney; July 13, 1712. Test, Daniel Halsey, John Levere. 

John Church, to Christopher Dudley. Power of attorney; July 
14, 1709. Test, Thomas Garrett, James Fleinen. 

Henry Lvsle, and wife Jane, to Tliomas West. Power of attorn^^y ; 
June 15, 1 7 12. 

Bethiah Garrett, power of attorney, to Wm, Thompson. July 14, 

Sarah Smith, to Tredle Keefe. . Power of attorney ; without date. 
Test, Henry Eman^on, Nich* Tyner. 

John Smith, to Thomas Mande. Power of attorney, to acknowl- 
edge deed to George Smi h, for land on Wic c >n Creek; January 
13, 1712. Test. William Wilson, Rubt. Patterson. 

George Smith, and wife Sarah, to John Smith. 145 acres land 
adjoining Tim McCarty ; October 21st, 1712. Test, Robert Patterson, 
William Wilson. 

Thomas Holmes, to Argyle Simons. 120 acres, being patent gran- 
ted to Leonard Loftin ; no date, nor witnesses. 

* Query.— Did not CuUen Pollock, son of Thomas Pollock, take his name from 
this Cullen family? His mother Martha was from Dover— possibly a daughter 
of this Cullen. 

AND Genealogical Register. 99 

George Pearsay, and wife Magdalene, to John Baly. 250 acres on 
Omaby Creek; March 8, 1710-'il. Test, G. Smith, Will Mitchell, 
Djni^l Girreit. 

Ji)lm Yelverton, and wife Elizabeth, to Wm. Everton. Tract of 
Ian*) on Mattacomack Creek; no date. 

E«lward Moseley, and wife Ann, to Robert Fendall. Whereas 
Henderson Walker by his la-t will did give all the rest of his estate, 
real and personal, to his wife Ann, doth convey to said Fendall, 
tract of land whereon I live. 650 acres; January 6, 1706-7. Test, 
Jno. Lillington, Sarah Lillington. 

Thomas Gilbert, and wife Mary, to Samuel Woodward. 125 acres 
land on north side Chowan River; without date. Test, Wm. Craw- 
furil, George Gilbert. 

John Raspberry, and wife Bridget, to Andrew Barron. 635 acres 
on Meherrin Creek ; October 20, 1713. Test, George Smith, Arthur 

WilIiam'Daws, and wife Jane, to Samuel Pagett. 200 acres on 
north side Mattacomack Cretk ; October 19, 1713. Test, Thomas 
Luten, Richard Rose. 

Elizabeth West, widow, to Richard Rose, her father. Power of 
attorney; without date. Test, J.^hn Hardy, Thomas Lee. 

William Farlow, and wife Mary, to Chas. R'cketts. 100 acres ad- 
joining lands of John Harris and John Maiks; October 17, 1713. Test, 
Henry Lysle. 

Lewis Williams, and wife Marv, to . 300 acres on Deep 

Creek; October 19, 1713. Test, Daniel Halsey. 

William Farlow, and wife Mary, to John Marks. 125 acres near 
Virginia R>ad; April 18, 1713, Test, Constance Luten, Mary 

Abel Turner, to John Hardy. Power of attorney to collect debts 
due hi-8 father Henry Furner ; September 27, 1713. Test, Isaac Hill. 

*Mrtjor Thomas Luten, to Elward Moseley. 400 acres land lying 
on north side of Chowan River, bounded to ye eastward on ve land 
now in possession of John Urmston, west land of said Moseley; 
September 18, 1713. Test, William Tennant, Thomas Cook. 

William WaUton, to Arthur Dugall. 322 acres on Kesia River; 
without date. Test, George Smith, Robert Hickson. 

Samuel Woodward, and wife Elizabeth, to Isaac Zelinden. Tract 
of land sold by John White, to Francis Canbridge, on Sloping Creek. 
155 acres; August 4, 1713. Test, Wm. Crawford, James Fleming. 

Patrick Egerton, to Charles Wilkins. February 3(1, l708-'9; 140 
acres, adjoining lands of Joo. Taylor and Edward Smith wick; pat- 
ented in the name of William Waters. Test, Nicholas Crisp, Daniel 
Cox, Thomas Snoden. 

Thomas Gilbert, and wife Mary, to Samuel Woodward. 147 acres 

*NoTE. — Albemarle Sound: I find it was sometimes called Chowao Sound, 
River Albemarle, etc. 

100 North Carolina Historical 

on the side of Chowan River and Blue Pond ; September 28, 1713. 
Test, Daniel Macfarlane, Conrad Eichburn. ^^..^ 

John Early, and wife Mary, to George^ Smith. Land north side 
Wicacon Creek ; January 20, 1713. Test, Robt. Hicks, Thomas 
Luten, Jr. 

John Early, and wife Mary, to George Smith. 625 acres on west 
side Wicacon Creek; January 20, 17l3-'4. Test, Robt. Hicks, Thos. 
Luten, Jr. 

Ebenezer Chamberlain, master of sloop Martha, to David Northey, 
of Boston, power- of- attorney; October 16, 1713. Test, N. Cbevin. 

John Early, to William Davis. Tract of land west side of Wica- 
con Creek; January 20, 1713. Test, Robt. Hicks, John Bryan. 

Joseph Hardy, to Thomas Ball. 240 acres, adjoining laud of 
Capt. Robert West, on Kesiah River; no date. Test, John Edwards, 
Isaac Hill. 

Tredle Keefe, to Jonathan Sears, of New England. 530 acres be- 
tween Meherrin River and Meherrin Creek ; January 20, 1713. Test, 
Robert Hicks, T. Luten, Jr. 

John Jordan, and wife Jean, to Moses Foxworth. 100 acres land 
on Hogyard Branch and head Indian Town Creek ; no date. 

Columb Flyn, and wife Margaret, to Argall Simons. 1,000 acres 
land on Coneby Creek ; October 4, 1709. Test, 1 homas Snoden, 
Daniel Garrett (Washington County). 

Argall Simons, to Daniel Garrett. 640 acres land on Coneby 
Creek ; July 21, 1712. Test, Thomas Luten, William Ragdale. 

William Padgett, to Tredle Keefe. Power of attorney to convey 
tract of land north side Chowan River to Peter Parker, Sr. ; October 
25, 1712. Test, Wm. Crawford, Thos. Mandew. 

Elenor Keefe, wife of Tredle Keefe, to George Smith, or Henry 
Emerson. Power of attorney to acknowledge sale of above land. 

Tredle Keefe, to Robert Patterson, of the Upper Parish of Nanse- 
mond County, Virginia. 629 acrts on Meherring Creek; January 
1st, 1712. Test, George Smith, Hen. Emerson, Thos. Mandew. 

William Hooker, to Robt. Patterson. Power of attorney to con- 
vey 350 acres to Wm. Wilson; no date. Test, Thomas Mandew^ 
Uriah Tiner. 

William Hooker, to William Wilson. January 19, 1612-43; 350 
acres on Wicacon Creek. Test, Thomas Mandew, Nicholas Tiner. 

George Smith, and wife Sarah, to Timothy Macarty. 640 acres, 
called Neton, on Broad Creek ; January, 1712. Test, Tredle Keefe, 
Henry Emerson, William Wilson. 

Tredle Keefe, to William Hooker. 309 acres south side Meherrin 
River; January 20, 1712. Test, Henry Emerson, Timothy Macarty. 

James Hooper, to Jolin Worley. April 21st, 1713; 150 acres on 
south shore of Chowan, adjoining lands of Thomas Steely and Wm. 
Keels. Test, E[>hraim Luerton, James Bate. 

John Worley, to James Hooper. April 21st, 1713; 188 acres on 
south shore, running up Middlentck Swamp. Test, Thomas Lee, 
Ephraim Luerton, James Bate. 

AND Genealogical Register. 101 

Thomas Garrett, Jr., and wife Thomasin, to Christopher Dudley. 
April 25, 1713; 250 acres on Warwick Swamp. Test, Juhn Keaton, 
Win. Crawford. 

George Morby, to Thomas Bigby, of Nansemond County, Va. 
Tract of land on ye south side Bear Swamp; April, 1713. Test, 
John Byrd, Laurence Sarson. 

William Jones, and wife Frances, to Orlando Champion. 227 
acres in Green Hall, known as Beech Neck; April 25, 1713. Test, 
Daniel Halsey, John Arthur. 

Ephraim Lewerton, to John Lewerton,son of John, deceased. 100 
acres at Bear Swamp; April 2l8t, 1713. Test, Daniel Halsey, John 

Thomas Williams, to Thomas Jones. Assignment of a deed ; 
^ December 9, 1712. Test, Henry Lisle, John Jones, Elizabeth Lylse. 

Isaac Wilson, and wife Ann, of Perquimans, to Richard Swinson. 
July 13, 1712; 500 acres in the fork of Kendrick Creek, known as 
Hrt wkins' Neck. Test, John Norkom, Rich'd Leary, Edward Moseley. 

William Stevens, to Edward Williams. Assignment of a patent; 
April 21st, 1713. Test, Wm. Crawford. 

Drtniel Halsey, and wife Mary, to John Arthur. 530 acres on 
Rockyhock Branch, being part of a patent dated March 5, 1712, on 
a swnmp called Tottering Bridge Swamp. Test, John Arthur, Dan- 
iel Halsey. October 13, 1712. 

Mildrnt Arthur, wife of John Arthur. 

Wm. Bush, to Abraham Bullett. 200 acres land on Wekin and 
Chinkapin creeks; April 17, 1713. Test, Tredle Keefe, Henry Em* 
anson, Daniel Dennis. 

John Baye, to Henry Bonner. 150 acres, adjoining John Slo- 
cumb's line ; April 21st, 1713. Test, William Crawford, Ephraim 

Tredle Keefe, and wife Elinor, to Edward Moore, of Nansemond, 
County, Va. 150 acres land on Meherrin; January 20, 1712. Test, 
John Smith, Jack Lewis. 

David Jones to Thomas Yates. 200 acres on Rockyhock and 
Deep Run; October 17, 1722. Test, Wm. Tanner, Ann turner. 

John Arthur, to William Jones. 125 acres north side Chowan 
River, binding upon Edward Williams, and lower side of Indian 
Town Creek ; April 21, 1713. 

James Curlee, to John Early. Assignment of a patent; July 22, 
1713. Test, John Hardy, Will Mitchell. 

Anthony Williams, to Robert Lanier. Assignment of a patent, 
except 150 acres sold to John Beverly, and 150 acres sold to 
George Winns; July 21st, 1713. Test, James Boon, Henry Eman- 

George White, and wife Frances, to John White, Sr. Assignment 
of a deed of sale ; February 9, 1709. Test, Wm. Crawford, John 

James Curlee, to 'John Early. 516 acres on west side Chowan 
River; July 22d, 1713. Test, Wm. Crawford, Francis Macklenden. 

102 North Carolina Historical 

Jno. Early, and wife Mary, to Robert Evans. Above tract of land; 
July 22(1, 1713. Test, Daniel Halsey, Ji)hn Brown 

i) iniel Garrett, and wife Sarah, to John Ball. 640 acres on Con- 
aby Creek; April 2d, 1713. Teat, Elizibeth Fi)ster. John Foster. 

Thomas Snoden, and wife Constance, to Wm. Crawford. Power 
of attorney; June 30, 1713. Test, Diniel Hnls-y, John Norcuinb. 

Bridgett Brown, to my son Isaac Lewis. Power of attorney. 

Margaret Ploughman, to John Holbrook. Power of attorney to 
acknowledge sale of land made by my husband John Ploughman to 
Phillip Walston; July 21st, 1713. test, Ed wU Benwick, William 

John Smith, and wife Ann, to Thomas Pollock. 100 acres on 
southwest side Chowan River; January 23d, 1712-3. Test, Edward 
Smithwick, Thomas Kirby. 

John Ploughman, to Phillip Walston. 350 acre^s on Casiah River 
(Cashie), known as Bear Islands; July, 1713. Test, John Hardy, 
Edward Benwick. 

Wm. Williams, of Isle of Wight Co., Va., to William Crawford. 
Power of attorney to acknowledge sale to Peter Parker; May 19, 
1713. Test, Wm. Brattle, Peter Parker. 

John Conrad Swann, to Lewis Williams. Power of attorney ; 
July 18, 1713. Test, James Culse, James Wilkinson. ^ 

Richard Odom, upper Parish of Nansemond, Va., to Daniel Ma- 
gee. Power of attorney. Test, Henry Hill, Arou OJom; April 7, 

John Pettiver, of Perquimans, to Anthony Hatch, and George 
Durant. 510 acres southside Albemarle Sound, on S^ih Phelp's 
line, and that of Francis Johnson; March 27, 1713. Test, C. Gale, 
F. Knight, J. Palin. 

Robert Herrick,and wife Susan, to John Falconer. 52 acre^ Jy^^g 
between Yoppim River, and Albemarle Sound, Drummond's Point; 
October 24, 1711. Test, Alexander Smith, Wm. Privet. 

Francis Branch, and wife Ann, to Thomws Luten, Jr. 238 acres 
land on ye N. W. side Mattacomack Creek, beginning at a wliitenak 
near ye said creek and running up ye creek swamp, by various 
courses to a white oak standing in ye swamp, then 8 10 E. (56 P. 
to a white oak, then S. 70 W. 70 P. to a red o^k, then S. 20 W. 50 
P. to a red oak, then N. 82 E. 48 P. to a red oak, then 8. 10 E. ItiO 
P. to 1st station; July 20, 1713. Test, Coubtance Luten, EdwM 

Anthony Williams, and wife Martha, to George Winn; July 17, 
1713. 150 acres adjoining land of J »hn Beverly, and Robert Lewis. 
Test, Tredle Keefe, James Curlee. (Hertford County.) 

William Moody, and wife Ann, to John B-ntley. 700 acres near 
to Charlton's Creek, on Moratuck River ; Sept» mber 9, 17('9. Ttst, 
Edward Berry, Robt. Hickson. (Bertie County ) 

George Pierce, and wife Magdalene, to Robt. Herrick. 62 acres 
Drnmmond's Point; August 17, 1711. Test, Thos. Hortou, Alex. 

AND Genealogical Register. 103 

John Hawkins, to John Baley. 150 acres adjoining Brick house 
line, and Jno. Walkers; July 2l8t, 1713. Test, Henry Middleton, 
Will Mitchell. 

Edward Williams, to John Smith. Assignment of a patent, July 
2Ut, 1713. 

Pfter Evan«, to I-^aac Lewis. Assignment of a patent, July 21st, 
1713. Test, James B )on, George Smith. (Hertford County.) 

Thomas Maur, and wife Bridgett, to Edward Bryan; 21st July, 
1713. Tract of land upon ye river side, joining upon Henry Brad- 
ley's line. Test, James Bate, Andrew Salsbury, James Boon. (Hert- 

Thomas Mann, and wife Bridgett, to Henry Barnes. Assignment 
of a patent; no date. (Hertford County.) 

Charles Barber, and wife Elizabeth, to John Plowman. 680 acres 
land on Casay River; July, 1713. Test, John Hardy, Edward Ben- 
wick, (Cashie River, in Bertie County.) 

John Hawkins, to his brother Thomas Hawkins. Land on south 
eide of Chowan S»und. (Washington County.) May 22d, 1713. Test, 
John Byrd, Jacob Hardy. 

Ephraim Luerton, to Charles Barber. 132 acres on Casiah River; 
July 20, 1713. Test, Martin Griffin, Will Jones. (Bertie.) 

Thomas J«>nes, and wife Elizabeth, to John Edwards. 200 acres 
land on Charles Barber's line, at a place called Horse Spring; No- 
vember, 1712. Te.-t, Gardner, Wm. Jones. 

Grant to Col. Thos. Pollock, for 640 acres land at Old Town Creek ; 
April, K97. Assigned to Edward Williams, June 14, 1701. Test, 
Francis Perrot, Thos. Everit. Assigned by Edward Williams to 
Lawrence McGue; June 19,1713. 

George Smith, and wife Sarah, to Charles Jones, of Nansemond, 
Va. Tract of land, adjoining land of John Early; October 19, 

1713. Test, Tredle Keefe, John Beverly. (Hertford County) ? 
John Smith, and wife Judith, lo George Smith. 145 acres adjoin- 
ing land of Timothy McCarty ; July 18, 1713. 

Francis MackUnden, and Eliner his wife, to Thomas Rogers. 150 
a^res at ihe mouth of Bear Branch ; patent to said McClenden dated 
Febiuary 28, 17()4-'5. Deed registered February 8, 1714-'5. Test, 
Andrew Salt*bury, Daniel McGee. 

Ji)hn Eiiwards, and wife Dorcas, to Solomon Jordan. 300 acres 
on Cashokp, adj -ining Robert West; April 19, 1714. Test, Charles 
Barbee, Daniel McGee. (Bertie.) 

Charles Barbee, and wife Elizibeth, to John Williams. Tract of 
land on Horse Spring, adjoining land of Thomas Jones; April 13, 

1714. Tfsr., Wm J.»nes, Jno. Holbrook. 

John Smi«h,to Richard Church. 290 acres called Wetopes ; July 
20.1714. T^st.Gef^rgeHoliiday, Tredle Keefe. 

William Bush, and wife M<rtha, to Tredle Keefe. 538 acres on 
Bouih sidp Wecone Creek; July 17, 1714. Test, James Wilson, 
Wm. Downing. (Wicacon Creek, Hertford County.) 

104 North Carolina Historical 

Same, to William Sharp. 200 acres on Wickacon Creek ; July 17, 
1714. Test, James Wilkeson, Tredle Keefe. 

James Bryant, Sr., to John Daw. 320 acres on Meherrin River ; 
July 21, 17i4. Test, George Holaday, Jno. Byrd. 

Robert West, to John Hardy. 205 acres in fork Casia River, 
called Wells Quarter; July 20, 1714. Test, Daniel Halsey, Joha 
Jones, Jr. (Bertie.) 

John Yates, to Richard Batchelder. * 50 acres land in Rich Neck, 
adjoining land of Wm. Wilkinson ; June 22, 1714. Test, James 
Gardner, Wm. Wilkinson. 

John Yntes, to William Wilkinson. 100 acres in Broad Neck, 
adjoining Rich Neck; July 10, 1714. Test, Richard Batchelder, 
James Gardner. 

John White, Jr., to Samuel Bowman. 17 July, 1714; 275 acres 
adjoining Ballard, Sewell, and Parker. Test, John Daw, Edward 
Ben wick. 

William Hooker, to William Wilson. 640 acres on Chinkapin 
Creek ; May 29, 1714. Test, Geo. Smith, Eliz. Hooker. (Hertford 

George Winns, and wife Rose, to John Early. 150 acres on Wi- 
cacon Creek; July 14, 1714. Test, Wm. Crawford, Robert Lanier. 

James House, to Jon White, Jr. May 21, 171 4; 200 acres adjoin- 
ing land of Jon White, Sr., on > e north part of Chowan River. Test, 
Anthony Holladay, Luke White. 

Wm. Coupland, and wife Christian, to Peter Parker, our son-in- 
law, and heirs of my daughter Grace, wife of said Parker. 200 acres 
on south side Sandy Run Swamp ; Julv 17, 1714. 

James Curlee, to James Wilkison. July 18,1714; tract of land 
west side Wicacon Creek. 

Samuel Woodward, to Mary William?, widow. Assignment of a 
deed; April 20,1714, 

Thomas Garrett, Sr, to Isaac Z^hhenden. 100 acres on Catharine 
Creek ; July 20, 1714. Test, Thomas Garrett, Jr., Chri&topher 

Elizabeth Jone^, to Elizabeth Luerton, and Marv Jones, Deed of 
gift ; for love and affection, I bear my daughter E.izabelh, which I 
bear to my husband John Luerton, and Mary Jones my daughter, 
bv my late husband John Jones, deceased, I give and grant them 
262 acres on Black Walnut Swamp; July 20, 1714. Test, John 
Hawkinss,John Hardy, Mary Skittlethorpe. 

• Richard Turbeville, and wife Ann, of Isle of Wight County, Va., 
to Arthur Kavanaugh, 600 acres land on north side Morattuck 
River, known by the name of the ''Three Holes''; July 8, 1713. Test, 
John Ward, John Green, Elizi Magrit. 

John Burkett, and wife Jean, to Matthew Spivey, of Norfolk, Va. 
100 acres land on Stoping Creek, adjoining land of Jenkins Wil- 
liams; December 1,1714, Test, Edward Benwick, Gilbert Holli- 

AND Genealogical Register. 105 

Thomas Cooper, and wife Elizabeth, to Thomas Lee, Jr. 320 
acres land on south side Albemarle or Chowan Sound, adjoining 
Thomas Harrison; July 6, 1714. Test, Wm. Mitchell, Wm. Swin- 
son, Thomas Darlin. 

John Bay es, to Thomas Johnson, and wife Ann. Deed of gift; 
100 acres land, joining the land where I live, l3Mng in the fork of 
Deep Creek ; July 19, 1714, Test, Robert Lanier, George Winns. 

Richard Burtenshall, to John Snell. 160 acres south side Albe- 
marle Sound; July 25, 1714. Test, John Hassell, Richard Fewox, 
Edward Moseley. 

Same, to Jonathan Bateman. 200 acres land adjoining land sold 
John Snell ; January 25, 1714. Test, John Hassell, Richard Fewox, 
Edward Moseley. 

Richard Brasswell, to James Bryant. Assignment of a patent; 
March 14, 1708. Test, James Bryant, Sr, John Dew. 

James Boon, to Nicholas Sessoms. 400 acres adjoining line of 
Abraham Blewlitt; October 13, 1718; Test, Wm. Crawford, Joseph 

Same, to same. 575 acres adjoining lands of George Winns, and 
Bear Swamp; same date, and witnesses. 

John Yelverton, to Matthew Bryan. Power of attorney ; Septem- 
ber 10, 1717. Test, Edward Wingate, Thos. Newborn. 

Richard Skinner, Sr., of Perquimans, to Abraham Hill, Upper 
Parish, Nansemond Co., Va. Said Abraham, son of Henry Hill. 200 
acres, beginning at a pine near Punch Bowl, in the meadow, Wm. 
Woodley's corner line, to Bear Swamp, etc. ; July 13,1719. Test, 
John Geisa, William Watson, Thos. Roundtree. 

Arthur Dugall, to George Cockburne. July 28, 1719; 100 acres 
on Kesiah River. Test, Nathan Moore, Mary Gray. 

William Maule, to Christian Brown, widow. Behalf of her two 
sons John and Edward Brown, upper half of 320 acres at Petacause 
Swamp; September 16, 1719. Test, Wm. Dowers, Thos. Jones. 

John Powell, to Robert Calf. Assignment deed for 275 acres in 
Chowan Precinct; August 11, 1719. Test, Robert Hicks, Esther 

Beale A. Brown, to Edward Howcott. 200 acres north side 
Ahotskey Swamp; October 17, 1719. Test, John Hardy, Rebecca 

Edward Howcott, to Beale Brown. 640 acres at Melton's cabin ; 
October 17th, 1719. Test, John Hardy, Rebecca Hardy. 

Robert Jeffreys, and wife Ellinor, to Richard Fullerton. Septem- 
ber 18, 1731 ; 160 acres on Rocky hock Creek. Test, Henry Bonner, 
James Hunter. 

John Keeton, of Perquimans, to John Keeton, Jr. 640 acres in 
Meherrin Neck; January 20, 1732. Test, Jos. Anderson, James 
Craven, Jere. Mitchener. (Gates.) 

John Keeton, Jr., to James Costen. Conveys above tract; Feb- 
ruary 24, 1732. Test, James Andrews, Jeremiah Mitchener. 

106 North Carolina Historical 

Media White, to William Wilson. 300 acres in Roekyhock Neck, 
near land of Benjamin Small ; July 21dt, 1732. Test, John Small, 
Benj Small. 

William Lewis, to John Lewis. April 10, 1733 ; 200 acres in Tow- 
hall, in Chowan Precinct, beginning at the moiuh of ihe Little Fork 
Branch and running Uf) the east tide Cowhall Swamp to a birch; 
then by a line of marked trees to the head of the Liitle Fork 
Branch; then down the branch to the mouth. Tt St, Thomas Luten, 
Wm. Hmton, Richard Forster, Clerk of the Court. 

Martin Cromer, to William Mackey. May 3 I, 1733; assignment 
of a deed. Test, James Conner; proved April 8, 1733, before Wm. 
Little, Chief Justice. 

Same, to same. Patent on Tranter's Creek, registered 30 July, 
1733. Test, Eph. Griffin, Bryan Rail, James Conner. 

Joseph Buncombe, to George Burriugton. Mortgage on two 
negrofs. Test, J. Pratt; no dale. 

*Same, to Miles Gale. Conveys three negro slaves, on plantation at 
Kendreeks Creek ; August 4, 1733. Test, Joseph Anderson, Thomas 

Thos. Hoyter, King of the Chowan Indians, Jeremiah Pushing, 
Charles Beasley, James Bennett, chief men of the tribe, to Michael 
Ward. 300 acres on Katharine Creek; 2d August, 1733. Test, 
John Freeman, Robt. Hicks. (Gates.) 

Same, to John Freeman. 200 ^cres, part of Chowan town; Au- 
gust 3d, 1733. Test, Robert Hicks, Edward Ilowcoit, James 

Same, to Henrv Hill 50 acres land on Bennetts Cref k ; August 
4, 1733. Test, John Freeman, Michael Ward, Wm. Flemmons. 

John Vaughan, of Upper Parish, Nansemond Co., V-^., to Henry 
Holland. Tract of land called '* Caleb Drnrv's," on enst-ide Ch"wan 
River Pocosin 100 acres; February 8, 1732-3. Test, Henry Hoi- 
land, James Holland, E<lward Hare, Mos's Hare. (Gale^ County) 

Henry lledgepath, of Nansemond Co., Vi., lo Edward Hare, TiO 
acres adjoining Thomas S[)eight's land; March, 1732, Test, John 
Dawson, Thos. Speight, Mose** Hare. (Gites). 

Isaac Williams, and wife Mary, to Edward Hare. 100 acres on 
Mill's Swamp; August 22d, 1732. Test, Samuel Merritt, Charles 
Gavin, John Dawson. (Gates.) 

Jamts Womble, to Wm. Pordewell. As-^ignment deed for 200 
acres land; September 10th, 1733. Test, Elward Hire, Isaac Alex- 
ander. (Tyrrell ) 

William Poplewell, to Thomas S'leradin. 400 acres land east side 
Scuppernong River; November 24, 17 H. Test, Wm. Birrett, God- 
frey Spruell, Thos. Vickers. (Tyrrell County ) 

♦ Note.— Kendreek Creek is in WashiDj2:ton County, at or near Roper. Was 
this the father of Col. Edward Buncombe? Buncombe Hall, where Col. Bun- 
oombe lived, is near Kendreek Creek. 

AND Genealogical Register. 107 

Same, to 8a me. Assignment patent for 200 acres; 24 November, 
1731. Test, Wm. Barrett. 

Nathaniel Wright, to James Wilson. 450 acres on east side of 
8arum Cret-k and on the north f*ide of Bennetts Creek, adjoining 
land of James Cole; May 22d, 1733. Test, David O'Sheal, J. Ba- 
kers, John Winburu. 

Thos. Hubbard, to G. Allen. A^si^nment of a deed as attorney 
for Wm. Yates; February 21st, 1732-3. Test, Edward Champion, 
Joshua Haughton. 

John Alston, to Richard Green. July 7, 1733; 270 acres, part of 
a patent granted said Alston for 640 acres, dated July 12 h, 1725, on 
east side Chowan River, adjoining lands of Robert Riddick and 
Robert Rogers. Test, John Milner, James Wilson. 

Moses Odom, to Mary Barnes. December 14, 1730; 56 acres 
called *' Moses' Old Field." Test, Charles King, Alexander Carter. 

Mary Barnes, to Alex. Carter. 160 acres on Pine SwHmp; patent 
granted to Richard Barnes; 29 March, 1733. Test, Jno. Langston, 
Eph. Hunter, Wm. Hunter; April 17, 1733 

Chowan Indians, to Richard M'nchew. November 7,1734; 100 
acres adjoining land of Aaron Blanchard, on the edge of Piney 
Marsh. Test, Bei»j. Blanchard, Jnm^s Taslin, James Brown. 

Members of the Cov^-rnor's Conncil in 1734 Gabriel Johnston 
Governor, Nathaniel Rice, E iwnrd Most'ley, Robert Halton, Roger 
Moore, Edmund Porter, Cullen Porter, Eleaz Allen, Robert Foster, 
Chrk of the Curt in 1734. 

Francis Pugh, to J«niathan Parker. Patent taken out by said 
Pugh October 29, 1726; 4U0 acres; October 18, 1724. Test, Abra- 
ham Hill, I^^aac Hunter. 

J »hn Collins, lo J.unes E'lre. July 1, 1735 ; 240 acres in Scratch 
Hail Pocot^in. Test, Richard Taylor, Hohert Thomas. 

Constanre Luten, Robert Bc^asley, and wife Christian, to Thomas 
Luun. '200 aerfs known as lotierintr Bridge plantation ; patent to 
M>«j. Thomas Lut»n. deceased ; November 6, 1709, in Rockyhock 
Swamp; Jiily 19 1735. Te^t, William Luten, George Lisle. 

Josepli Hare, Ui R ^heri Thomas. June 17, 1735; grant by Gov- 
ernor of Virginia, lo .John Hare, fmher of Joseph, and piven by his 
will to said Joseph ; patent dated June 15, 1714, and February 22, 
1722, on Cabin Branch ; 100 acres. Test, John Thomas, Ephraim 
Hunter, Richard Taylor. 

James Willlam.<», and wife Eh'zahe'h, of Bertie, to Luke White. 
June 28, 1734; 48J Mere- lying in Kockyhock, open to the bay. 
Test, Winslow Dn^gins, Edwnrd Williams. 

Jimes Parker, to Be jnnin Kvan*<. 100 acres bounded on George 
Wliite, John Ovrerion, and Litihtwood Knot Branch; June 28, 1735. 
Test, Joseph Piirker, John Parker. John Chappen. 

Willinm Bent)urv, to CIihs. Hiugliton. Assignment of deed; 
April 18. 1731. Te>t, Mos» Ihv VhiI. Joseph HaUey. 

Moses Hall, of Nansemond Co., Va., to John Hubbard. 95 acres 

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in Rich Thicket; patent from Gov. of N. C; August 1, 1728. Deed 
dated January 20, 1723. Test, James Parker, William Parker, 
James A. Hubbard. 

John Bathey, to his son Tristram Bathey. July 16, 1735; 150 
acres on Beach Swamp; granted to Robert Grain, of Nancymond 
Co , Va. Test, Richard Taylor, Sr., and Jr., John Collins. 

Samuel Woodward, to Julius Bunch. Assigjnment of a deed; 
April 16, 1735. Test, John Jordan, Jr., Mary W. Jordan. 

Robert Rountree, of Nansemond Co., Va., to Gabriel Lassiter, of 
same f»lace. May 25, 1735; 175 acres south side Bennetts Creek. 
Test, Thos. Rountree, Robert Rountree, John Rountree, Elias Stal- 

Sam'l Woodward, to Paul Bunch. 640 acres in ye precinct of 
Bertie, on Chinkapin Creek ; September 6, 1735. Test, Wm. Pear- 
sey, John Meadoys, Robert Robinson. 

William Egerton, to William Benbury. 175 acres in Dogwood 
Neck, adjoining lands of Thomas Penrice, Luke Gregory, and 
Charles Wilkins; December 16, 1734. Test, Samuel Warren, Thos. 

Abraham Odium, to Epaphroditus Boyce. November 25, 1735; 
290 acres in Merry Hill Pocosin, adjoining laud of Thomas Goff, on 
Black Bird Hill, and also land of John Hambleton. Test, Joseph 
Vann, Christopher Boyce, H^nry Wick. 

George Spivey, sou of Abraham Spivey, to Thos. Walton, Jr. 
100 acres on Catharine Creek, northeastside; December 4, 1734. Test, 
Benj. S[)ivey. Wm. Trevathan. 

Thomas Walton, Jr., to my brother Wm. Walton, before the seal- 
ing and delivery hereof by Wm Walton, son of William. 100 acres, 
part of a patent granted John Keaton, Jr., of Nansemond Co, Va.; 28 
October 1702; on a branch of Meherrin Swamp, called Stafford's 
Banch; November 9, 1735. Test, John Walton, Benj. Spivey, 
Wm. Trevathan. 

Richard H^rrell, of Bertie, to Christopher Boyss, of Va. 90 acres 
in White Pot Pocosin, adjoining land of Jonathan Kitterlin; Sep- 
tf^mber 23. 1735. Test, Thomas Johnson, Nicholas Fairless, Wm. 
Boys^, Titus B.)yss. 

William Crawford, to Gporge Williams (Chowan). 61J acres; 
part of a patent to Wm Crawford, grandfather of said William; 
April 28, 1711; given by his will to his grandson said William, 
S. E. side Knotty Pine Swamp, where old William Crawford 

W. Smith, Chief Justice in 1735. 

George Williams, to William Crawford. January 2d, 1735; 61 J 
acres recently purchased of Nathaniel Wright, of Nansemond Co., 
Va., at the mouth of Hilly Swamp, which runs into Bennett's 
Creek. Test, John Benton, Richard Baker, Richard Taylor. 

Issicher Branch, to E<lmund Gale. 146 acres on Queen Anne's 
Cretk, being one-half of the tract belonging to Wm. Branch, de- 

AND Gbnbalooical Reqister. 109 

ceased, beginning on Bonner's Oove Creek, then south 24 poles, then 
east 100 P. tlien N. down the creek and up the branch to first 
station; December 15, 1735. Test, Jeremiah Vail, James Craven. 

Orlando Champion, to Edmund Gale. All that point of marsh 
to the south of a direct line from the middle of said Gale's house, to 
the north corner of a large house in town, belonging to the heirs of 
John Ismay, bounded on Queen Anne*s Creek, also one small island 
lying over against an old house of said Gale, where Edward Wingate 
lived, containing about two acres, surrounded by a Gut and the said 
Queen Anne's Creek ; January 15, 1734-5. Test, Robert Halton, 
T. Hodgson. 

John Odom, to Andrew Ross. 50 acres bequeathed said Odom by 
his father Richard Odom, will dated August 12, 1728, at mouth of 
Mulberry Licking Root Branch, and running up Cypress Swamp, to 
mouth of Robert Rogers' Branch; November 25, iTc5, Test, Rich- 
ard Taylor, William Wood, Andrew Hambleton. 

Thomas Everenden, to Francis Pettit. 50 acres on Yoppim River, 
adjoining tract given said Peltii, by his father, Francis Pettit's will; 
1733. Test, Thomas Haughton, Margaret Haughton, Vines Harri- 

Chowan Indians, to Henry Bonner. 320 acres in the Miry Branch, 
running down the Creek Swamp; December 15, 1735. Test, Nath'l 
Rice, Clerk of the Court. 

Wm. Speight, of Nansemond County, Va., to Moses Hare. 100 
acres on Horse Pen Branch, part of John Hedgepair's f^alent, dated 
June 26, 1735. Test, Edward Hare, Thomas Speight, Ann Speight. 

Jacob Odom, to William Gatling. 73 acres in Mills' Swamp, ad- 
joining land of Collins, Mose^ Odom, and Moses Hare; granted by 
patent, to Jacob Odom, August 22, 1714. Test, Sarah Herring, 
Charles Moore, Wm. Gatling. 

Henry Baker, to Wm. Skinner, of Nansemond County, Va. 367 
acres on Cypress Swamp, near the Banks of Italy; March 22, 1733. 
Test, James Trotter, J. Robinson. 

John Hedgepeth, Jr., and wife Mary, of Nansemond County, Va., 
to Thomas Speight, of same place. 100 acres at the Horse Pen 
Branch, adjoining land of Wm. Speight, it being where John Melton 
formerly lived; November 25, 1717. Test, Jas. Holland, Culbert 
Hedspeth, Thomas Bissell. 

Henry Hackley, to Thomas Norris, Jr., January 13, 1728; deed of 
gift 50 acres in a branch running out of Sarum Swamp, adjoining 
lands of James Files; also 100 acres at Scratch Hall Bridge, adjoin- 
ing Thomas Duke. Test, Abraham Odium, George Otway. 

William Bird, of Nansemond County, Va., to Jotin Walters, Jr , of 
Chowan. 100 acres bought by me of James Homes, of Bertie; on 
Hembry's Branch ; July 9, 1735. Test, John Walters, William Wal- 
ters, Richard Taylor. 

Abraham Odium, to his son-in-law, Wm. Walters, and daugh- 
ter Sarah ; July 10, 1735. 100 acres; part of a tract bought by me of 

110 North Carolina Historical 

Edward Doughtrey. Test, John Walters, Sr., John Walters, Jr., 
Richard Tavlor. 

Thomas H »lladay, to John Small, of Nansemond County, Va. 
316 acres, on Chowan River, on Rooty Branclj, an<l Cyprt-ss Pond, 
adjoining land of said Small ; 1735. Test, Christopher Becket, Rich- 
ard Harris, Wm. Lewis. 

William Ward, of Nansemond County, Va., to James Sumner, 
125 acres at a place called Oropeake, p irt uf a grant to James and 
Uselet Kelly, by patent in Virginia, Ojtober 25. 1689, beginning at 
Hunter's Marsh, on Oropeake t)»vamp; April 6, 173G. Test, Thomas 
Luten, Joseph Bordin. 

Thomas Kirk, to Moses Oliver. Assiernm^^nt of a patent; Novem- 
ber 2d, 1722. Te-t, C(»n.-tance Luttn, El zabe'h Luien. 

Samuel Pagett, Executor of Mts. El zabeih Blount, to William 
Lyles; Ojtober 1st, 1735. Tract of land known as Barrow Hole, con- 
taining 631 acres. Mrs. Elizabeth Blount, by her last will, appointed 
John Lovick, Samuel Pagett, and Jonathan Jacobs, her Executors, 
and directed a «ale of the nb »ve land, grafited to her late husband, 
John Blount, Mirch 30, 1721 ; John Lovick and Jonathan Jacocka 
having died, since the said Mrs. Elizabeth Blount executed her will, 
this deed is made by Samuel Pagett, surviving Executor. Test, 
Ehzibeth West, Thomas Luteo. 

J 'seph Ander-ion, to John Boyd, of Bertie. 320 acres where Paul 
Bunch now dwells, being part of a patent to Col. Thomas P.dlock, and 
given by him to Thos. Bray, 3 March, 1716, as a marriage poriion, 
when he married the daui^hier of said Pollock, by deeddaied March 
3, 1710; this deed dated January 31, 1735. Test, Willia u Badham. 

Aaron Blanchard, to my kin^man Absalotn Blanchard. 2>0 
acres on Indian Swamp, adjoining lands of Richard Minchew ; 1736. 
Test, Bei jimin Blanchard, Richard Minshew. 

JoS'ph Braddy, to John Pipkin. 180 acies on Peter's Swamp, 
mouth of Long Branch, adjoining lands of Samuel Merrill and 
William Parker; August 3, 1736. Test, Henry Bonner, George 

William Powell, to John Robeson. 100 acres, part of a patent 
granted Alexander Camrill, March 9, 1717-'8, bought by Richard 
Slavin and given said Powell; October 8,1734. Test, William 
Perry, Constance Lnten, Will Tiner. 

Robt. Wilson, of Perquimans, to William Cotteril. 320 acres on 
head of Indian Town Creek, bounded by lands of William G<»tteril, 
George White, Jonn Thigpen, and Ann Elliott; February 6, 1734 ; 
Test, Paul Palmer, James Titterson, Thos. Jessop 

Will Cotierill, to Wm. Persv. 100 acres in the fork of Indian 
Town Creek; February 24,1734-5. Test, John Jordan, Charles 

Samuel Stallings, of Perquimans, to Caiharine Brothers, of Nanse- 
mond Co, Va. 100 acres on Middle Swamf), j »ining land granted 
to Henry King, said land given me by my father's will; January 
15, 1735. Tebt, Demsey Sumner, Richard Bond, John Sumner. 


Tlioinas Penrice, Sr., to John, Thomas, and Francis Penrice, sons 
of said Thomas; Heed of gift. HOO acTes where! now dwell, in equal 
pans; Augu 1 1>, 17-^6. Test, Jia' Vail, Joseph Sm th, James Craven. 

J«»hu GntHn, to William Parker. 5U acres N. W. side Bennett's 
Creek, beginning at a corner tree of John King's; March 16th, 1736. 
TfSt. Humplirey Griffin, John Riddick, J«)hn Sumner. 

William Parker, to James Hubbard. 75acrts, partofjno. Small's 
paient for 175 acres, dated July 10, 1719. Sold to Win. Parker 25 
Noveraber, 1724, as by the records of Ninsemond Co., Va., on Flat 
Branch an<l Loosing Swamp; October, 1736. Teht, James Benton, 
Thos. Pnrker, John B-nton. 

John Benton, to James Benton. 1^0 acres west side Bennett's 
Creek, cmIIs for Mount Mocasin Pocosin; September 22d, 1736. 
Test, \V. Parker, Thomas Paiker, James Parker. 

John Hu»»bard, to Wm. Parker. Two tracts of land, given said 
John, by will of his ftiher, John Hubbard, binding upon lands of 
Mos 'S Hall, Rich'd Felton, and John Noifleet, part given to his son 
Matthew; other tract, 115 acres, adjoi. lug lands of Lassiter; June 
15, 1736. Test, Wm. Paiker, JameH Hubbard. 

William Home, and wife Margaret, of Benie, to Samuel Smith, 
of Nansemond Co, Va. 100 acres patented by said Home, called 
the "Bat'ks of Iialy,;' adjoining lands of John Denby and Richard 
Green; Match 22d, 1736. Ttst, Michael Couldiug, Will Smith, 
Robt. Retldick. 

Richard Hines, of Nansemond Co., Va.. to John Pipkin. 160 
acres on Mills' Swami*; September 19, 1735. Test, George Wilde, 
John Hiness. W-n. Builer. 

John Powell, and wife Hester, to John Norfleet. 250 acres, pat- 
entee! bv said Powell, Afiril 4, 173(), in the Thicket Swamp; De- 
cember 19, 1734. Te>t, Robert Powell. John Powell, Jesse Brinn. 

Aaron B'anchard,to Amoz BUnchard (ehlestson of Robt. Blanch- 
ard), Aaron being great uncle to said Amoz, a milldam and house 
builtby said BUnchard; November 10, 1736. Test, John Matthews, 
Wibiam Urquharr, Wm Matthews. 

Richard Hmes, of Nansem-^iul Co., Va , to Moses Boyce, of same 
place. 200 acres on the B *y Tree Branch, near the head of Bennett's 
Cretk; Miy 2S, 1736. Test, Sarah Hines, Oliver Morrell, John 
Hi»«f s. Henry Green. 

B-*iij«min Simpson, to Luke Gregory. Assignment of a deed; 
Sefitember 18, 1736. Test, W. Gardner, Robert Ringham, Sarah 

Robert Halton, of New Hanover, and Joseph Anderson, to John 
Boyd, of Beriie. 600 acres.lately in possession of Paul Bunch ; Oc- 
U>ber 12, 173^. Test, T. Hodgson, Edward Wetherell, Sarah Snoden. 

Samuel Pagett, to W.. Ashlev, Sr. 100 acres near Barrow Hole 
Branch; June 14, 1738. Test, Thomas Blount. 

Bridgett Sumner, widow, of Nansemond Co., Va., to Jethro Sum- 
ner, and wife Margaret. Her half interest in 200 acres land, taken 

112 North Carolina Historical 

to be in Nansemond County until after the survey, when it appears 
to be in North Carolina, said tracts being in Maiden Hair Neck, sold 
by John Keaton, son and heir of Jdjn Keaton, to Daniel Sullivan, 
and at his death given to Daniel oSllivan, his only son and heir, 
and after the death of said Daniel, became the property of Margaret 
and Bridgett Sullivan, bis only sisters and heirs; December 14, 1736. 

William Daniel, to William Peele. 200 acres north side Bennetts 
Creek; May 27, 1727. Test, Francis Pugh, Will Ashley. 

Richard Brothers, of Nansemond Co., Va., to George House, of 
Berlie. 100 acres, part of patent granted to Will Sumner, April 3, 
1723, on Fryer's Pucosin, adjoining land of Christopher Gwiu; Oc- 
tober 2d, 1732. Test, John Sumner, Thos. Knight, John Hilson. 

Pheribee Pugh, widow, and Col. Robert West, Executor of Francis 
Pugh, deceased, to Daniel Pugh. 200 acres head of Bennetts Creek, 
adjoining lands of Daniel Pugh and William Wright, purchased by 
Francis Pugh of Solomon Alston, May 31st, 1727. Also 563 acres 
adjoining Geo. Hughes, at head of Sling's Branch; also,adjoins Mr. 
Alston as per patent issued July 30, 1726, where Francis Pugh 
formerly lived; also 350 acres on Timber Pocosin; April 8, 1737. 
Test, John Montgomery, Thos. Jenkins, Thomas Rowan. 

Edward Vann, son of John Vann. Mark of stock: A cross and 
half moon and hole in right ear, cross and two slits in the left. 

Edward Vann, Sr. Swallow fork in right ear, half moon and hole 
in the left ear. 

John Brinkley. Cross and half moon in the right, half moon 
under and over, and swallow fork in the end. 

Will Woodley. In right ear a half moon under, and on the left 
half moon, one with ears long. 

Will Goodwin, and wife Martha, to Luke White. 48^ acres bought 
of James Williams, and Elliner his wife, in Rockyhock; April 28, 
1737. Test, Joe Cricket, Mary Cricket. 

Littleton Spivey, to John Benton. Tract of land, 40 acres, where 
John Spivey, father of said Littleton, lately lived and died, adjoin- 
ing land of his brother John Spivey ; October 30, 1733. Test, Moses 
Conton, William Morgan. 

William Powell, and Mary his wife, to Robert Robinson. 240 
acres on Rockyhock Branch; April 18, 1734. Test, Geo. Allen, T. 

Abraham Sanders, and wife Judith, of Perquimans, to Erlward 
Wingate. 273 acres on the Burnt Pocosin, at the head of Mirey 
Branch, and joining upon lines of Jno. Goodwin and Francis Thurs- 
ton ; March 4, 1734. Test, John Goodwin, Robt. Willson, Moseley 
Vail, Clerk of the Court. 

Epaphroditus Brinkley, of Perquimans, to Thomas Ward. 100 
acres on S side Warwick Swamp; November 1st, 1731. Test, Thos. 
Garrett, John Goodwin, Edward Wingate, Mary Girdner. 

Christopher Gale, to William Badham. 50 acres, being the upper 
part of a tract of land whereon said Gale now dwelleth, beginning 

AND Gknkalogical Rkgister. 113 

at an oak, the corner tree between said Gale and Badhant), and is 
the corner tree <»f Edenton Conamons, formerly granted to said town 
by Robert Hicks, thence running S 74° east to the line that is be- 
tween the said Gale and lands lately Nicholas Crisp's, deceased; up 
said line, various courses, to a Spanish oak, a corner tree between 
said Badham and paid Crisp; then down said Badham's line to first 
station; January 12, 1733. Test, Robt. Foster, Abraham Blackball. 

Paul Burnet, to William Mackey. 140 acres on Indian Town 
Creek, adjoining to said creek, and lands whereon Jas. Farloe now 
dwelleth, being the plantation formerly Thos. Bray's, by him pur- 
chased of Col. Thomas Pollock, who held the said lands by patent; 
April 2d, 1734. Test, Mary Ward. Frances Williams. 

Edward Hare, to Moses Hare 30 acres land on the ** Old Wom- 
an's Branch"; December 14, 1733. Test, Thomas Spites, Charles 
Morris, John Clack. (Gates.) 

John Dawson, to Moses Hare. 380 acres on north side of Flat 
Cypress Swamp, opposite Wm. Hooks, Jr.; March 23d, 1733-*4. 
Test, Thos Spites, Charles Morris. (Gates.) 

Thomas Falconer, to Thomas Everenden. 100 acres south side 
Yoppira River, known as Williams; December 10, 1733-'4. Test, 
Thomas Limg, Sarah Falconer, John Falconer. 

John Jones, to Thomas Luten. 100 acres, part of a tract of land 
which belonged to my father, Wm. Jones, deceased, in Green Hall, 
at the Tanyard Branch ; June 16, 1733. Test, Wm. Hinlow, John 

John Willard, and wife Christian, of Tyrrell, to Robert Beasley. 
470 acres binding ou Vines Crop^jloy headline ; July 24, 1734 Test, 
Wm. Gardner, Jon Gardner, C. Gale. 

Michael Ward, and wife Ann, to Charles Rountree. 250 acres on 
Catharine Cre^k; April 17, 1734. 

Thomas Hiter, Chief of Chowan Indians, and other Indians, to 
Jacob Hi nton. 200 acres land on Bennett's Creek; November 15, 

1733. Test, Thomas Carman, Henry Hill. 

Same, to Thomas Garrett. 400 acres ou Gum Branch; April 11, 

1734. Test, Michael Ward, Henry Hill. (Gates.) 

Same, to James Hinton. 500 acres adjoining Jacob Hill; Janu- 
ary 9, 1733. Test, John Alston, Thomas Garrett, Thos Carman, 
John Thomas. (Gates.) 

John Lassiter, to Sam'l Harrell. Deed for land not described, only 
part legible. Test, Rich'd Taylor, John Harrell, Rich'd Taylor, Jr. 

Abraham Odiom, to Henry Dillday. Tract of land given said 
Abraham, by Richard Odiom, by will made in 1728; March 31st, 

John Lassiter, of Nansemond County, Va., to John Williamson. 
146 acres on Mare Swamp; March 8, 1735. Test, John Harrell, 
Richard Taylor, Richard Taylor, Jr. 

Francis Harrell, of Bertie, to Thomas Baker. 50 acres on Middle 
Swamp ; May 20, 1734. Test, James Ellis, Rich'd Taylor, Sr. and Jr. 

114 North Carolina Historical 

Henry Robinson, of Bertie, to Thomas Knox, of Chowan. 100 
acres on Plumb Tree Branch; February 12, 1734-'5. Test, Moses 
Hare, John Collins, Moses Odom. 

Thomas Martin, of Western Branch, Norfolk County, Va., to John 
Alston. 50 acres land at Bennetts Creek Bridge ; December 9, 1734. 
Test, Richard Nusam, Phillip Alston. (Gatesville, Gates County.) 

Thomas Hoyter, King, and other Indians, chief men of the Tribe 
of Chowan Indians^ to James Brown. 100 acres adjoining Roun- 
tree and HiU's land ; January 27, 1734. Test, Richard Minchew, 
Michael Ward, Benjamin Blanchard. 

Same, to Michael Ward. 600 acres near new Poly Bridge, and 
John Freeman's land ; November 7, 1734. 

Same, to James Hinton. 100 acres adjoining lands of Lassiter 
and Wm. Hill; November 22d, 1734. Test, Henry Hill, Thomas 

Same, to William Hill. 100 acres at the Fork of the Indian 
Swamp, adjoining Lassiter; November 4, 1734. Test, Thos. Jones, 
Robt. Forster. 

Same, to Jacob Hinton. 50 acres head of Juniper Swamp, and 
up Mirey Branch; November 22d, 1734. Test, Henry Hill, Wm. 
Hill, Wm. Trevathan. . 

John Keaton, to Richard Bond. 291 acres in Maiden Hair Neck, 
south side Bennetts Creek ; October 28, 1736. Test, Wm. Treva- 
than, Jno. Lassiter. 

James Lassiter, of Nansemond, Va., to James Brown. 150 acres 
on Bennett's Creek; January, 18, 1736. Test, Wm. Trevathan, 
Robert Griffin. 

William Crawford, to Wm. Hews. Manor plantation purchased 
of George Williams, on Bennett Creek, 61 1 acres; May 26, 1737. 
Test, George Hewse, George Hews, W. Hews, Jr. 

Edward Richards, to John Odium. Assignment of 100 acres, part 
of grant to Henry Baker; June 8, 1737. Test, Abraham Odium, 
Andrew Ross, Sarah Ross. 

John Odom to Wm. Jones. Assignment of above tract ; July 19, 
1737. Test, John Montgomery, Abraham Odom. 

Abram Odum, to Wm. Jones. 50 acres on south side Cypress 
Swamp, adjoining lands of John Wiuborne, Ephraim Hunter, and 
Jacob Odom; given by will of Richard Odom, to his son Abram 
Odom; will dated August 12, 1728; deed dated May 11, 1737. 
Test, Richard Odom, Sibellah Odom, Andrew Ross, John Sumner. 

John Jenkins, of Bertie, to Thomas Hobbs. 100 acres north side 
Warwick Swamp, part of 355 acres granted Thos. Garrett; October 
10, 1712 ; by Garrett sold to Richard Berry man, by him to John Rice, 
and by Rice back to Berryman, and by Berryman to said Hobbs, but 
I Jenkins am the true and lawful owner. April 26, 1737. Test, 
John Goodwin, Moses Hill, Thomas Hobbs. 

Thomas Piland, to Stephen Shepard. 200 acres, part of my patent 
for 400 acres; dated November 20, 1728; south side Mills Swamp; 

AND Genealogical Register. 115 

September 14, 1736. Test, Stephen Chancy, Will Gewitt, Henry 

Patrick Lawler, to his son Patrick Lawler, Jr. Tract of land east 
side Bennett's Creek ; July 29, 1724. Test, John Alston, Phillip 

George Hews, son of W. Hews, to George Hews. 70 acres, part of 
640 acres, lately patented, by George Hews, Jr., adjoining land of 
Jonathan Kitterell ; July 17, 1737. Test, Wm. Hews, Henry Baker. 

William Cropsley, to Thomas Beasley, son of Robert Beasley. 
Deed of gift; 400 acres land on the Albemarle Sound, in Chowan 
County, less 100 acres sold to Wm. Harrison, and 50 to William 
Steward ; if Thomas should die without issue, then to fall to Chris- 
tian Beesley, wife of said Robert ; registered July 15, 1739. Test, 
Mary Luteu, J. Butler. 

Edward Moseley, to Dr. Abraham Blackall. Sold by said Mose- 
ley as trustee of Wm. Rowdon,"and Chas. Werbear; 77 acres a^goin- 
ing land of Maj Henry Bonner ; November 4,1737. Test, Jeremiah 
Vail, John Benbury. 

Will Arkill, to William Branch, Jr. 175 acres on the head of a 
branch of Queen Anne's Creek, where the said Branch now dwells; 
patented by Joseph Gilbert; March 29, 1726. Deed dated June 18, 
1737 ; acknowledged before W. Smith, Chief Justice. 

Thomas Jernagan, of Bertie, to Aaron Odom. 140 acres, part* of 
640 acres patented by Jernagan, 2d April, 1726, adjoining land of 
Sarah Mumford, also John Batheys, and John Waters; May 29, 
1737. Test, Will Robey, Luke Rawls, John Webb. 

Thomas Jernagan, to John Webb, Jr. Remainder of the 640 
acres, after deducting 100 sold John Waters, and 140 acres sold 
Aaron Odom ; May 29, 1737. Test, Wm. Ralles, Ann Odom. 

John Freeman, to Thomas Freeman. 100 acres on N. W. 
side Catharine Creek Swamp, in Indian Neck; August 6, 1737. 
Test, Richard Tatem, Thos. Rountree. 

James Ellis, of Nansemond Co., Va., to Henry Baker. 300 acres 
on west side Cypress Swamp, part of two patents granted to me for 
604 acres, July 28, 1740, adjoining lands of Richard Odom, Edward 
Richards, William Price, and Elias Stallings; July 18, 1736. Test, 
Thomas Hoskins, Wm. Daniel, William Riddick. 

Henry Baker, to Robert Thomas. 200 acres, part of a patent to 
Henry Baker, for 640 acres; dated July 28, 1733; adjoining lands 
of Richards and John Thomas; July 31st, 1736. Test, Thomas Hos- 
kins Wm. Daniel, Wm. Reddick. 

William Ward, of Nansemond Co., Va., to Samuel Harrell. 160 
acres, part of a patent to John Moore, dated November 17, 1700, and 
by him sold to John Whorrel, by deed dated February 28, 1701, and 
by Whorrel sold to Jos. Ward, by assignment of said deed, land 
located at the head of Oyster Toug Branch; November 18, 1738. 
Test, John Rice, James Rice. 

Thomas Knox, to William Jones. 100 acres on the Plumb Tree 

116 NoHTH Carolina Historical 

Branch ; July 27, 1737. Test, Charles King, Elizabeth King, Isaac 

Samuel Merrett, to W. Bentley. 320 acres, one-half of survey of 
640 acres patented by me March 5, 1729, adjoining lands of John 
Ballard and John Drury; July 7, 1736. Test, Edward Hare, Mary 
Hare, Isaac Williams. 

Same, to Isaac Williams. 38 acres, bought of W. Bentley, granted 
to him by patent, 22 February, 17i9. Deed dated July 7, 173i^. 
Test, Edward Hare, Mary flare, Mary Jateliu (Gatlin, probably). 

Charles Gannin, to W. Scott. 100 acres adjoining land of John 
Pipkin, Jr., and Mills' Swamp; January 26,1736. Test, Edward 
Hare, Isaac Williams. (Gates.) 

James Morgan, to Luke White. Assignment of a deed; January 
23, 1737-'8. Test, Benj. Talbot, Samuel Dundy. 

* Fenelope Little, widow, and sole Executrix of William Little, de- 
ceased, to Joseph Anderson. One full moiety, or half part of the 
grist mill, lately belonging to Wm. Little, on the head of Hoskins 
Creek, near Edenton; May 16, 1737. Test, Benj. Hill. Thomas 
Jones, R. Williams. 

John Lewis, to Peter Adams' Whole of the remainder of the 
tract of land belonging to ray father, Richard Lewis, on Matta- 
comack Creek, adjoining land of Wm. Luten and Samuel Pagett, 
150 acres; January 19, 1737. Test, Benj. Talbot, David Ambrus. 

John Odom, to Epaphroditus Jones. 300 acres on N. E. side Cy- 
press Swamp, on Haw Tree Branch and Licking Root Branch. Test, 
Wm. Lanston, Leonard Lanston. (Gates.) 

"Richard Felton, to Thomas Parker. 75 acres land, part of a 
patent to John Small for 150 acres, November 13, 1721, and sold to 
said Felton October 3d, 1722, adjoining lands of Thomas Parker 
and Richard Bond; July 21st, 1737. Test, James GriflBn, Jr., John 
S. Fulks, John Summer. (Gates.) 

Thomas Milner, to James Knight. 100 acres north side Rich Neck 
Thicket, adjoining lands of John Hubbard; March 21st, 1737. 
Test, John Summer, Wm. Hunter, John Knight. 

Lemuel Bass, to John Skeeter. 175 acres, granted by Alex. Spots- 
wood, Governor of Virginia, to Joseph Thompson, June 16, 1714, 
on west side Orapeeke Swamp; July 10, 1737. Test, John Sumner, 
Henry Hunter, William Speight. 

James Hedgepeir, of Nansemond Co., Va., to Thomas Speight. 30 
acres, part of a grant to John Hedgepeir, adjoining land of Edward 
Hare; June 11, 1737. Test, Charles King, John Drury. 

Margaret Knox, and Thomas Knox, to John Drury. 70 acres, 
part of a tract granted to Charles Wicks, of Nansemond Co., Va., 
October 25, 1695, adjoining lands of Wm. Speight and John Duke; 
January 20, 1737-8. Test, Ann Speight, Charles King, Moses Hare. 

* Note. — The old mill dam can still be seen, near Blount's Bridge, on the road 
to Yoppim church. 

AND Gknealogical Rdgister. 117 

B. No. I AND C. No. i. 

General Biennial Assembly, held at Edenton, November 6, 1727. 
Ir. the Upper House: Sir Richard E vera rd, Captain General and 
Commander-in Chief. Christopher Gale, John Lovick, Edward 
Moseley, Richard S mderson, Francis Forster, Thomas Pollock, Thos. 
Harvey, Robert West, Edmund Gale, John Worley. 

In the Lower House: Major Henry Bonner, Wm. Downing, Wm.* 
Badham, Cullen Pollock, Jer. Vail, Jos. Jessop, Samuel Swann, 
Thomas Bell, Richard Skinner, Sam'l Swann, Sr., Thomas Swann, 
McRora Scarbrough, Griffin Jones, Rt. Morgan, Gable Burnham, 
Richard Church, Jon Etheridge, Thomas Williams, Thos Davis, Mo 
Linton, Jon Baptista Ashe, Jacob Blount, T. Smith, Martin Franks, 
Will Hancock, James Wainwright, Enoch Ward, George Pollock, 
Isaac Hill, Arthur Williams, James Castellaw, Edward Howard, 
Will Little, MaV Rowan. 

Act to confirm Orlando Champion's title to 620 acres land in 
Cliowan Precinct. 

Whereas, Anthony Slocumb, grandfather of John Slocumb, late 
of Neuse River, in Bath County, died seized and possessed of 620 
acres of land in Machecomack Creek (Chowan), known by the name 
of Slocumb's, and said Slocumb, by his last Will and Testament, did 
entail same on his s^n John Slocumb, and the heirs male of his 
body, the said son John entered and was seized in fee simple, and 
the said grandson sold to Francis Branch, and said Orlando Cham- 
pion purchased from Francis Branch. Before the said John, the 
grandson, could perfect his title he died, and his son John entered 
upon lands of his father in Neuse, in lieu of the tract sold to Orlando 
Champion, etc. 

Will Ambrus, son of David Ambrus, was born 14 September, 1723. 

John Ambrus, son of David Ambrus, was b^rn 7 May, 1729. 

Israel Ambrus, son of David Ambrus, was boru 6 December, 1733. 

David Ambrus, son of David Ambrus, was born 6 January, 

Mary Marler, daughter of Thomas Marler, was born 11 July, 1730. 

Susanna Marler, daughter of Thomas Marler, was born 27 October, 

Deborah Marler, daughter of Thomas Marler, was born 25 No- 
veinber, 1736. 

Sarah Tiner, daughter of Will Tiner, was born 13 November, 1736. 

Will Wilson, and Sarah Giriett, were married 20 Augus , 1734. 

Mary Wilson, their daughter, was born 24 December, 173V 

Sarah Wilson, their daughter, was born 15 April, 1737. 

118 North Carolina Historical 

John Jones, sou of John and Elizabeth Jones, was born September 
11, 1726. 

Ann Jones, daughter of John and Elizabeth Jones, was born Feb- 
ruary 14, 1728. 

Anthony Jones, son of John and Elizabeth Jones, was born Au- 
gust 12, 1731. 

Elizabeth Jones, daughter of John and Elizabeth Jones, was born 
January 15, 1733. 

Will Jones, son of John and Elizabeth Jones, was born September 
15, 1736. 

^ John Simpson and Mary BrinU were married; date blank. Signed 
by Henry Bonner, J. P. 

Hannah Simpson, their daughter, was born 22 July, 1732. 

Will Simpson, their gon, was born 1 December, 1734. 

John Simpson, Jr., their son, was born 22 November, 1735. 

Wm. Badham, and Martha Mooney, were married by John Boyd; 
date blank. 

Thomas Hicks, son of W. Hick?, was born 13 March, 1735. 

Demsey Simpson was born 23d January, 1738. 

(Items taken from loose leaves in the Register of Deed's office, at 
Edenton, N. C.) 

Joseph Blount, and wife Sarah, Joseph Reed, and wife Elizabeth, 
to Christian Reed; 1745. Test, J. Hull, John Willcocks. 

Joseph Reed, and wife Elizabeth, to Tliomjis Corprew, one-fourth 
part tract of land known as "Crisp's plantation," 526 acres, which 
said land, after the death of George Durant, vested in Ann Corprew, 
alias Durant, late wife of Thomas Corprew, Sarah Blount, alias Du- 
rant, the wife of Joseph Bleunt, Mary Reed, alias Durant, wife of 
Christian R^ed, and Elizabeth Reed, alius Durant, wife of Joseph 
Reed, to be equally divided among the above; 3d August, 1745. 
Test, Christian Reed, Joseph Blount. 

Joseph John Alston, to James Alston; 7 May, 1745. 300 acreson 
north side Bennett's Creek, being an island called Troy. Test, Jo- 
seph Blount. 

John Goodwin, and wife Mary, to his son Richard Goodwin; 15 
October, 1744. 70 acres south side Warwick Swamp, part of 720 
acres granted John Burket; 9 October, 1712. Test, Wm. Wingate, 
Richard Gealle, Joseph Goodwin. 

George White, to James Sumner. One acre land. 

Thomas Hobbs, to his son John Hobbs 10 October, 1745. 165 
actes on south side of Cathrine Creek Swamp; part of a grant for 
430 acres to Thos. Rountree, 4 April, 1720. Test, Moses Rountree, 
Thos. Rountree. 

Thomas Walton, Jr., to John Hinton, son of James Hinton ; 21 
April, 1745. 150 acres in the Indian Neck on Catharine Creek. 
Test, James Willson, Davenport Gooding. 

William Lewis, and wife Sarah, (daughter of Francis Branch), to 
John Hodgson; 19th October, 1745. 124 acres at the head of Matta- 

AND Genealogical Register. 119 

comack, beginning at a poplar on the run. etc. Test, Wm. Luten^ 
Jos. Anderson. 

Wra. Norris, to James Eure; 7th October, J 746. 109 acres granted 
said Norris, 21 March, 1742. 

Wra. Daws, to Isaac Lewis; 17 January, 1714. 180 acres on Wica- 
con Creek. Test, John Brown, Jacob Lewis. 

Wm. Early, and wife Elinor, to John Beverly. 100 acres on the 
Indian Path, to Petty Shore; July 4, 1704. Test, Thomas Lut(n, 
Nath'I Chevin. 

John Davis, and wife Mary, to Wm. Branch. 50 acres at the head 
of Mattacomack Creek, part of the land where I now live, bounded 
by land of John Wheatley; 4 July, 1704. Test, Nath'l Chevin, 
James Flemans. 

Joseph Skittlethorpe, and wife Mary, to Henry Lylse; 2 February, 
1702-3. 100 acres joining my 100 acres on the south of a swamp, 
(near my mother Elizabeth GriflRng) given me by my father-in-law 
Richard Griffing. Test, Elizabeth Griffing, Thos. Jones. 

Henry Johnson, to Wm. Lang, of Nansemond County, Va. 125 
acres granted Clement Hammond, 5 August, 1733, joining lands of 
Wm Goodman, Wm. Ashlee, and Daniel Pugh; 8 September, 1744. 
Test, Solomon Flyet, John Parris, Daniel March. 

Godfrey Spruell, and wife Joanna, to John Steward, and wife Hen- 
rietta, our daughter. 300 acres on Albemarle Sound; 1st May, 1701- 2. 
Test, Thop. Abington, John Burkett. 

James Welch, of Bath, to James Long, of Chowan. 500 acres on 
Welch's Creek, and Morattack River; 13 December, 1701. Test, Jno. 
LiJJiDgton, Humphry Legg. 

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Book B, No. 1. 

Nath'l Chevin, to Richard Alban. March 29, 1716; Act of As- 
semcly passed November, 1712, for the building of a court-house, 
and house to hold the Assembly in at the Fork of Queen Anne's 
Creek, and to such persons as ^re minded tD build on said creek, in 

Eursuance to said act, do convey one-half acre land known as lot B, 
e paying 20 shillings for the same. Test, Edward Moselev, Tobias 

Same, to Charles Foster. Lot A, on Queen Anne's Creek, com- 
monly called Mattacomack Creek; September 1,1715. Tesl, John 
Mitchell, Charles Howell. Also lot C. 

Same, to Thomas Betterly. Lots L and I, in Queen Anne's Town, 
being one-half acre each ; August 2d, 1716. Test, C. Metcalfe, Fran- 
cis Jones. 

Same, to Patrick Ogilby. Lot I, on Queen Anne's Creek ; 27 
July, 1716. 

Same, to John New. Lots Land M, on Queen Anne's Creek; 
27 July, 1718. 

Same, to Thomas Henman. Lot G, in Forks of Queen Anne's 
Creek; 30 May, 1718. 

Same, to William Branch Lots B and No. 15, in Forks of Queen 
Anne's Creek; 27 July, 1718. 

Same, to Robert Calf. Lots K and 20, in Queen Anne's Creek ; 
27 July, 1718. 

Same, to Robert Hicks. Lot H ; 27 July, 1718 

Same, to Richard Grills. Lot C; 27 July, 1718. 

Same, to Edward Wingate. Lot No. 14, Forks of Queen Anne's 
Creek, west of a lot belonging to Col. Edward Moseley ; September 
28, 1718. Tfst, John Bonchier, W. Alexander. 

Same, to Thomas Matthews. Lot No. 13; September 8, 1718. 

Thomas Henman, to Thos. Bray. Assigns lot No. 7, on Queen 
Anne's Creek; December 9, 1718. Test, Robert Hicks, John Daf- 

Charles Foster, to Thomas BeKerly. One house and lot in Queen 
Anne's Town ; September 6, 1718. Test, N. Chevin, T. Sweeney. 

Robt. Hicks, to John Bassett. Assignment of lot in Queen Anne's 
Town ; 31st July, 1718. Assigned by Bassett to Thos. Bray. 

* Thomas Casey, to Thomas Peterson. Plantation on Mattacomack 
Creek, bought by me of Nath'l Chevin; June 26, 1710 Test, Ed- 
mund Gale, Nevil Low. 

♦ Note.— A part of the town of Edenton is built on this tract of land. Peter- 
son Street takes its name from Thos. Peterson. 

AND Genealogical Register. 121 

Nath'l Chevin, to Patrick Oi^ilby. Lot No. 10, at Queen Anne's 
Creek ; 28 , . Book C, No. 1. 

Book C, No. 1. 

NathM Chevin and Tho8. Petersoi^ <o Edward Moseley. Lots 
Nos. 1 and 2, at Queen Anne's Town. Test, Fred Jones, Edward 
Bon wick. 

Same, to Sarah (-atharine Hodges. Lot No 10, in Eden ton, N. C. 
Test, Geo. Allen. Wm. Bad ham. 

Lot No 11, to Thos. Pollock. 

Lot No. 12, to Thos. Pollock. 

Lot No. 13, to John Petti ver. 

Thos. Henraan to Christopher Gale. Lot No. 20, at Queen Anne's 
Town; January 10, 1721. T^st, Wm. Little, Robt. Hicks, Wm. 

Same, to Thomas Matthews. Lots 14,36 and 37, at Queen Anne's 
Town ; May 17, 1721. Test, Patiick Ogilby. 

Adam Cockburn, to Wm. Doisar. Lots G and H, town of Eden- 
ton, sold as attorney for Chas. Eden ; March 22d, 172l-'2. Test, 
Wra. Badham, Thomas HoUs«man. 

Robert Hicks, to Adam Cockburn. Assignment of a deed for 6 
lots, at Queen Anne's Town, bought of N. Chevin ; April 4, 1722. 
Test, John Alston, Joseph Young. 

Nath'l Chevin, to Jonathan Barnett, of New England. One lot at 
Queen Anne's Town ; July 26, 1718. Assigned to Robt. Hicks, 27 
September, 1719. Robert Hicks assigns lots 21 and 22 to Adam 
Cock bur ne. 

Jr Adam Cockburn, to Samuel Pagett. Lot No 9, town of Elenton; 
April 18, 1722. Ttst, Edward Howcott, Constance Luten. 

Thomas Matthews, to James Palin. of Edenton. Lot No. 13, town 
of Edenton; March 20, 1721-'2. Test, Wm. Badham, Wm. Little. 

James Palln, to John Palin. Lot No. 13. town of Edenton; 17 
January, 1723. Test, Wm. Badham, Charles Bull. 

Christopher Gale, John Lovick, and Edward Moseley, Commission- 
ers of Edenton, to Henry Clayton. Lot No. 21, town of Edenton, 
also lot No 22; 7 January, 1722. 

C. Gale, E Moieley, Nicholas Crisp, Commissioners of Edenton, to 
John Lovick. Lot No. 23, in said town, also lot No. 24. 

Same, to Edward Moseley. Lot No. 16, in Edenton. 

Same, to Patrick Ogilby. Lot No. II. 

Same, to Edmund Gale. Lot No. 4. 

Same, to Thomas Matthews. Lots Nos. 36 and 37. 

Thos. HenmMi>, to Adam Cockburn. Lo's Nos. 19 and 23 

Daniel R'chardson, to same. Lots Nos. 21 and 22. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Edward Moseley. Lots Nos. 25, 
26, 37 and 38. 

Same, to Thomas Harvey. Lots Nos. 27, 28, 29, 35, 36, 41, 42. 

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Same, to William Badham. Lot No. 30. 

Same, to Robert Loyd. Lot No. 3L 

Same, to Francis Pugh. Lot No. 32. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Christopher Gale. Lots Nos. 38 
and 34. 

Same, to Richard Sanderson. Lots 39 and 40. 

Same, to Edmund Gale. Cots 43, 44, 45, 46. 

Same to Dr. G orge Allen. Lots 47, 48. 

Wm. Little, to Francis Pugh. Lot No. 20 on the land, late the 
land of Thos. Peterson. 

Robert, and Samuel Loyd, to Wm. Little. Lot No. 10; 29 Decem- 
ber, 1722. Test, Samuel Hazood, Sarah Willoughby. 
- Wm. Little, to Robert Loyd. Lot No. 10; 7 February, 1722. 

Same, to same. One-half lot No. 9 

Wm. Comrie, to Thos. Cook. Lot No. 17; March 27, 1723. Test, 
Edward Gale, Maurice Moore. 

Daniel Richardson, to Margaret Branch. Lots Nos. 46 and 60. 

Same, to Francis Branch. Lot No. 51. 

Cl.ristian Heidelberg, to George Tate. Lot No. 16. Geo. Tate as- 
signs said lot to Margaret Brancn (widow of Wm. Branch). ^^^ 

Thomas Betterly, to Margaret Branch. Lot C. ^'H 

Commissioners Moseley, Gale, and Crisp, to Wm. Daniel. Lot^No. 
23; lapsed by Adam Cockburne. 

Thos. Pollock, to Richard Sanderson. Lots 11 and 12. 

Christopher Grile, Eiward Moseley, John Lovick, Commissioners 
of Edenton, to Wm. Charlton, John Alston, Wm Badham, Heiiry 
Bonner, John Crisp, Joseph Frailer, James Long, and Jacob Blount, 
Justices of the Peace for the Precinct of Chowan, and their succes- 
sors, and in behalf of the Precinct, for their said use for erecting and 
building a Court House. Lots Nos. 58 and 59; 3d May, 1723. 
Test, John Palin, Wm. Badham. 

John Lovick, to Adam Cockburn. Lots Nos. 1 and 2, new plan 
Town of Edenton. 

Robert Hicks, to C. Gale, Jno. Lovick, Edward Moseley, Commis- 
sioners. Conveys 100 acres land patented by said Hicks, 4 March, 
1721, on the back of the land laid out for a town, called Edenton; 
conveys one half of said tract, that half 'which rests on the head of 
the Town land, the breadth of the Town land; 9 August, 1723. Test, 
Daniel Richardson, Thos. Parris. 

Daniel Richardson, to Thos. Betterley Lot No. 4. 

Jno. Lovick. to Christopher Gale. Lot No. 14, new plan town of 
Edenton; 7 August, 1723. i^u^ 

Christopher Gale, to James Hazood. Lot No. 14, new plan town 
of Edenton. 

Patrick Ogilby, to Wm Charlton. Lot No. 11, old plan. 

Wm. Little, tc^ Thos. Cook. Lot No. 18, new plan. 

Adam Cockburn, to Christopher Gale. Lot No. 1, new plan. 

Christopher Gale, to Richard Sanderson. Lot No. 1, new plan. 


Thos. Pollock, to John Ismay. Lots 11 and 12, new plan. 

Edmund Gale, to Adam Cockburn. Lots 3 and 4, new plan. 

Adam Cockburn, to John Armour. Assigns deed of two lots in 
old plan. 

Christopher Gale, to Nath'l Hall. Lot No. 34, new plan. 

Same, to David Bailey. Lot No. 33. 

Thos. Matthews, to Wm. Badham. Lot No. 36, old plan. 

Francis Pugh, to Thos. Cook. Lot No. 20, new plan. 

Richard Sanderson, to Jne. Ismay. Lot No. 12, new plan. 

Patrick OgiM^, to Jas. Winbright. Lot No. 10, old plan. 

Margaret Branch, to Thos. Cook. Lot No. 16, new plan. 

Christian Heidelberg, to Thos. Cook. Lot No. 15, new plan. 

Thomas Cook, to Margaret Branch. Lot No. 15, new plan. 

Commissioners Lovick, Mosely, and Crisp, to Wm. Badham. Lots 
36, 37, new plan. 

Adam Cockburn, to Robert Rant. Lots 6 and 7, old plan. 

Commissioners, to Patrick Ogilby. Lot No. 23, old plan. 

Zach Eclow, to Bartholomew Scott. Lot No. 13, old plan. 
-Bartholomew Scott, to Arthur Mabson, of Pasquotank. Lot No. 
13, old plan of the town. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Wm. Badham. Lots 38 and 39, old 

Same, to Wm. Mackey. Lot No. 34, old plan. 

Adam Cockburn, to Geo. Allen. Lots Nos. 21 and 22, old plan. 

Wm. Arkill, to Martha Branch, daughter of Wm. Branch, and 
Margaret his wife. Deed of gift, for lots in Edenton ; 18 February, 

Wm. Arkill, and wife Margaret, to Elizabeth Robertson. Deed of 
gift, for lot in the new plan of towu of Edenton ; 18 February, 1724-5. 
Test, Robert Hicks, Francis Branch. 

Peter Adams, to Wm. Williams. Lot A, old plan. 

John Ismay, to Edmund Gale. Mortgage on lots Nos 11 and 12. 

Richard Sanderson, to John Dunston. Lot No. 1, new plan. 

Thos. Betterley, to Patrick Ogilby. Lease of lot No. 4, old plan. 

Same, to same. Deed of release to said lot No. 4; February, 1725. 
Patrick Ogilby. 

C. Gale, Jno. Lovick, Edward Moseley, Commissioners of Edenton, 
to Wm. Williams. Lot to the westward of Lot A. .t;^ 

Robert Rant, to Roger Ken} on, of Bath. Two lots in the old plan. 

Wm. Arkill, and wife Margaret, to Issachar Branch, the son of 
Wm. Branch, and his wife Margaret, now my wife. Lot B; deed of 
gift, in case of his denth to his sister Martha Branch. *r^^^ 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Hill Savage. Lots 100 and 101, old 
plan. : ' 

Same, to John Hannah. Lot 123 old plan; September 28, 1726. 

John Palin, to Thos. Parris. Assignment lot — . 

John Lovick, to Thos. Parris. Lot No. 14, old plan. 

George Allen, to Thos. Betterly. Lots. Nos. 21 and 22, old plan. 

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Thos. Betterly, to George Allen. Conveys in trust for said Allen's 
wife Hester, and son Arthur, the two lots Nos. 21 and 22, old plan. 

James Wiuwright, to Thos. Swann. Lots Nos. 9 and 10; sold by 
N. Chevin, to Patrick Ogilby, and by him sold to said Winwright. 

James Winright, to Jerome Armour. Lot No. 10. 

Edmund Porter, to Edward Moseley. Lots 9 and 10; April, 1727. 

Martha Dunston,to Richard Sanderson, Jr. Assignment of deed 
for lot purchased of said Sanderson. 

Roger Kenyon, to Thomas Jones. Lot in Edenton adjoining the 
Court House, 50 feet square, lying in the uppermost pSfrt thereof, next 
to the Court House; 31st July, 1727. 

Thos. Jones, to Roger Kenyon. Revocation of deed for one lot. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Sir Richard Everard. Lots Nos. 1 
and 2. 

Christopher Gale, to Wm. Little. L<>t No. 20, old plan. 

Humphrey Robinson, and wife Elizabeth, to John Butterwork of 
Yorktown, Va. Lot No. 15, new plan ; August 3d, 1728. Test, 
Wm. Williams, J. Martyn Sanderson. 

John Pailin, to Susan Parris. Lot No. 5, recently occupied by 
Robert Forster; November 15, 1728. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Christian Palin (spinster). Lots 
100 and 101 old plan; 20th September, 1728. 

John Palin, of Pasquotank, to James Palin. Lots Nos. 16 and 17, 
new plan; April 3d, 1729. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Miles Gale. Lots 34 and 35, old 

Roger Kenyon, to James Trotter. Lots 6 and 7, old plan. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to John Hannah. Lot 124, old plan. 

John Lovick, to Christopher Gale. Lots Nos. 30 and 31. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Miles Gale. Lot H. 19th Janu- 
ary, 1729. 

John Lovick, to Chas. Westbeen, and Wm. Rowdon (merchants). 
Lots 22 and 23. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to same. Lots 35 and 36, formerly 
granted to Thos* Harvey. 

Jno. Lovick, to Miles Gale. Lots E, F, and G in old plin. 

Same, Executors of Thos. Betterly, to George Allen. Nos. 27, 28, 
and 29, late Thos. Betterly, deceased, his will dated 4th June, 1729. 
Sold at Court House door in Eienton, Fridav, 16th instant; July 
17th, 1729. 

vVm. Little, to George Allen. Lots 44 and 45, old plan. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to J4mes Trotter. Lois 28 and 29, 
formerly granted to Thos Harvey, but lapsed for want of building. 

Henry Clayton, to John L »vick. Lot No. 21. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Martha Dunston. Lots 36, 37, 38, 
39; August 31st, 1730. 

Richard Grills, to Wm. Badham. Lot No. 3, old plan. 

Richard Sanderson, to Wm. Moreton. Lot No. 1, new plan. 

AND Genealogical Register. 125 

James Winwright, to Sir Richard Everard. Lots I and 10. As- 
signed by Sir Richard Everard to Chas. McDowell. 

William Williams, to James Kelly. Lot A. 

Commissioners of Edeuton, to Wm. Mackey. Lots 25 and 26, old 
plan. . 

Charles McDowell, to Sarah Catharine Ismay. Lots I and 10; 
10th April. 1737. 

Robert Robinson, to James Connor. Lot No. 13, old plan. James 
Connor assigns same to Lewis Allear. 

William Mackey, to Sarah Ismay. Lois 24, 25, 26, 46, 47, 48, old 
plan ; September 11, 1735. Test, J. Williams. 

Commissioners of Eden ton, to John Lovick. Lot No. 14 

Same, to Christian Heidelberg. Lots Nos. 15 and 16. 

Same, to Wm. Comrie. Lot No. 17. 

Commissioners of Edenlon, to John Lovick, Lots Nos. 1 and 2, in 
Edenton ; November 1st, 1722. 

Same, to Christopher Gale. Lot No. 3; November Ist, 1722. 

Same, to Thomas Spiers. Lot No. 4 ; November 1st, 1722. 

Same, to Thomas Cook. Lot No. 5 ; November Ist, 1722. 

Same, to George Allen. Lots 6 and 7 ; November Ist, 1722. 

Same, to Wm. Little. Lots 8 and 9; November 1st, 1722. 

Nath'i Chevin, to Patrick Ogilby. Lot No. 10. 

Same, and Thos. Peterson, to Edward Moseley. Lots 1 and 2 at 
Queen Annes' Creek. 

Comilaissioners of Edenton, to Sarah Catharine Hodges. Lot No. 
10 in Edenton ; 1st November, 1722. Test, George Allen, Wm. Bad- 

Same, to Thomas Pollock. Lots 11 and 12; November 1st, 1722. 

Same, to John Petti ver. Lot 13; November 1st, 1722. 

Israel Sheldin, to Charles McDowell. Assigns deed for one lot 
and one-half lot in Edenton ; 30 October, 1733. Test, John Hannah, 
Robert Hicks. 

Daniel Richardson, of Pasquotank, to Nicholas Crisp. Lot No 12, 
or Little M, in Edenton, N. C; 10 July, 1721. Test, Patrick Ogilby, 
Rt. Hicks. 

Wm. Branch, to Wm. Douers. Lot in Edenton; 30 June, 1721. 
Test, Robert Hicks, Henry Lysle. 

John Grills, son of Richard Grills, and brother of Richard Grills. 
Lot No. 3 to Wm. Badham; August 11, 1735. Test, Will Heritage, 
James Craven. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to John Richards. Lots 58 and 59; 
May 26, 1736. Test, James Trotter, T. Hodgson. 

John Lovick, to Abraham Blackall. One-half lot in Edenton, 
adjoining lots of Sarah Catharine Ismay, and Dr. George Allen ; 
February 2, 1732. Test, J. Hodgson, Robert Foster. 

Commissioners of Edenton, J. Hodgson, Will Smith, Edmund 
Gale, to James Wallace, of New York. Lot 52; February 27, 1737. 
Test, Thos. Clark, Peter Payne. 

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Same, to James Potter. Lots 61, 62, 63, 64, bounded east by Main 
street; May 25, 1736. Test, James Trotter, T. Hodgson. 

Same, to same. Lot No. 30, new plan of said town ; May 3d, 1736. 

Same, to Joseph Anderson. Lots i51, and letters C, M, F, L, new 
plan said town; December 9, 1736. Test, T. Pratt, Peter Payne. 

Same, to Henrv Bonner. Lots 31, 33, and 39, new plan said town; 
December 29, 1736. 

* Thomas Carey, to Thos. Peterson. A certain plantation on Mat- 
tucomack Creek, bought of Nath'l Chevin; June 26, 1710. Test, 
Edmund Gale, Nevil Low. 

Israel Sheldon, to Charles McDowell. Assignment deed for lot or 
i acre land; October 30, 1733. Test, Jno, Hannah. 

John Grills, son of Richard Grills, deceased, to William Badham. 
Lot No. 3, old plan town of Edenton, bounded east by lot of Wm. 
Badham, west by lots of orphans of Dr. George Allen, said lot being 
bequeathed by will of his father lo said John Grills; August 11, 
1735. Test, Will Heritage, James Craven. 

Edward Moseley, Edmund Gale, and Wm. Badham, Commission- 
ers of Edenton, to John Richards. Lots Nos. 58 and 59, old plan 
town of Edenton ; May 27, 1736. Test, James Trotter, S. Hodgson. 

John Lovick, to Abraham Blackall. One lot and one-half lot in 
town of Edenton, bounded west by lot of Mrs. Sarah Catherine Ismay, 
south by one of the streets next the water, east by lot of Dr. Geo. 
Allen, north by another street; 2d February, 1732. Test, J. Hodg- 
son, Robert Forster. 

Edmund Gale, Wm. Smith, and John Hodgson, Commissioners of 
Edenton, to James Wallace, Sr. (merchant). • Lot No. 52, new plan 
of said town; 27 February, 1737. Test, Thos. Clarke, Peter Payne. 

Edmund Moseley, Edmund Gale, and Wm. Badham, Commis- 
sioners of Edenton, to James Potter. Lots"61, 62, 63, 64, new plan 
of said town ; May 25, 1736. Test, James Trotter, T. Hodgson. 

Same, to same. Lot No. 30, new plan of said town, formerly sold 
to Wm. Badham, and lapsed for want of a building; May 2d, 1736. 
Test, James Trotter, T. Hodgson. 

Same, to Joseph Anderson. 6 lots Nos. 151, C, M, F, L, new plan 
of said town. Test, T. Pratt, Peter Payne. 

Same, to Henry Bonner. Lots Nos. 37, 38, 39, new plan of said 
town ; 29 December, 1736. 

Same, to John Pratt. Lot R., new plan said town; December 29, 

Same, to James Trotter. Lots G, C, new plan said town ; Decem- 
ber 29, 1736. 

Same, to Peter Payne (merchant). Lot T, new plan said town; 
December 29, 1736. 

William Mackey, to Mary Jones, daughter of Henry Jones. Lots 

♦ Note.— A part of the town of Edenton is built on this tract of land. Peter- 
son street in Edenton bears the name of Thomas Peterson, the owner of this 
tract of land. 

AND Genealogical Register. 127 

Hos. 23, 24, 25, 44, 45, 46, 47,48, old plan town of Edenton ; May 17, 
1736. Test, Michael Slaughter, James Craven. 

John Hanna, to Charles McDowell. One lot in old plan town of 
;5;denton; 2d March, 1735-'6. 

Robert Kingham, and wife Margaret, to James Kelly. Lots Nos. 
50 and 51, new plan town of Edenton; Novem*ber 15, 1736. Test, 
Wm. Mackey, W. Lardner, Samuel Bundy. 

Frances Williams, Executrix, and widow of Wm, Williams, to 
John Ross. Lot No. 11 in Edenton, N. C; January 29, 1734. Test, 
William Hoskins, James Craven. 

James Potter, and wife Martha, to Daniel Hanman. Lots Nos. 
16, 17, 27, 28, 29, 30, io new plan town of Elenton, N. C; 23d Feb- 
ruary, 1736. Test, William Billinjr*', Sarah Grasson. 

Edward Mosely, Edmund Gale, Wm. Badham, Commissioners of 
Edenton, to Henry Hope, and Jos Anderson. Lots Nos. 75, 76, 77, 
78, 79, 80, in the old plan town of Edenton; May 27. 1736. Test, 
James Trotter, T. Hodgson. 

Edward Howcott, to Joseph Anderson. Lot D, old plan town of 
Edenton; July 19, 1736. Test, T. Barker, Timothy Yeates. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Joseph Anderson and Henry Hope. 
Lots 73 and 74, old plan town of Edenton ; June 4, 1736. 

William Arkill, and wife Margaret, and Issachar Branch, to James 
Kelly. Lot B, in town of Edenton; March 14, 1737. Test, Peter 
Payne, Edmund Howcott. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Roger "Gale, 2d son of Edmund 
Gale. Lots 6 and 7, new plan town of Edenton; May Ist, 1738. 
Test, Jos. Anderson, Alex. Logan. 

Joseph Anderson, and wife Ann, to William Twigg. Lot D, old 
plan town of Edenton ; September 30, 1738. 

Will Watkins, and wife Martha, to Joseph Anderson. Lot C, old 
plan town of Edenton ; July 10, 1736. Test, John Johnston, J. Rob- 

Miles Gale, and wife Hannah, to Wm. Twigg. Lot E, town of 
Edenton; February 21,1736. Test, James Trotter, Thoms Jenkins. 

Christian Chermond, to Peter Payne. A certain house in E<len- 
ton in possession of Thonaas Meltimore; November 28, 1738. Test, 
Pratt, Jacob Moore. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to John Stafford. Lots 97, 98, 100, 
101, 104, 105, new plan town of Edenton; April 30, 173S. Test, Jos. 
Anderson, Alex. Logan. 

Same, to Miles Gale. Lots 32 and 33, old plan of said town ; May 
1, 1738. Test, Joseph Anderson, Alex Logan. 

Same, to John Pratt. Lot K, new plan said town ; December 29, 

Same, to James Trotter. Lots G and C, new plan ; December 29, 

Same, to Peter Payne. Lot T, new plan ; December 29th, 1736. 

Wm. Mackey, to Mary Jones, daughter of Henry Jones. Lots 23, 

128 NoHTH Carolina Historical 

24, 25, 44. 45, 46, 47 and 48, old plan town of Edenton; May 17, 
1736. IVst, M chatl Slaughter, James Craven. 

John Hanna, to Charles McD 'Well. One lot in Edenton; March 
March 2, 1735-6. Wm. Mathes, John Mathes 

Robt. Kingham,and wife Margaret, to James Kelly. Lots50 and 
51, new plan town*of Edenton; November 15, 1736. Test, Wm. 
Mackey, W Lardner, Sam^ Bundy. 

Frances Williams, widow and Executrix of Wm. Williams, to 
John Ross. Lot No. 11; January 29, 1734. Test, Wm. Hoskins, 
James Craven. 

James Potter, to D. Hammer. Lots Nos. 16, 17, 27,28,29 and 30, 
in new plan of said town; wife Martha joined in the deed; Feb- 
ruary 23, 1736 Test, William Billings, Sam'l Grasten. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Henry Hope and Joseph Anderson. 
Lots Nos. Nop. 7r>, 76, 77, 78, 79 and 80, old plan town of Edenton ; 
May 27, 1736. 

Edward Howcott, to Joseph Andprson. Lot D, old plan ; Jan- 
uary 10,1736. 

Will Aikill,and wife Margaret, and Isaachar Branch, to James 
Kelly. Lot B, old plan ; March 14, 1737. Test, Peter Payne, Ed- 
ward Howcott. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Roger Gale, 2d son of Edmund 
Gale, Treas. Lots 6 and 7, new plan, May Ist, 1738. Test, Joseph 
Anderson, Alex. Logan. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Paul Palmer. ^ Lots 161 and 162, 
old plan; May 6, 1738. 

Joseph Anderson, and wife Ann, to Will Twigg. Lot D,old plan; 
September 30, 1738. 

William Watkins and wife Martha, to Joseph Anderson. Lot C, 
in Edenton, N. C; July 10, 1736. Test, John Johnston, J. Rob, 

Miles Gale, and wife Hannah, to Wm. Twigg. Lot E, in Eden- 
ton ; Test, Thomas Jenkins. 

Edmund Gale, Wm. Smith, and Jno. Hodgson, Commissioners of 
Edenton, to John StafiFord. Lots 97, 98, 100, 101 and 104, new plan 
of said town; April 30th, 1737. Test, Joseph Anderson. 

Same, to Gale. Lots 32 and 33, old plan town of Edenton ; May 
Ist, 1738. Test, Joseph Anderson. 

, to Peter Payne. Lot No. 13. 

Frances Williams, widow, to Peter Payne. Lot No. 13, town of 
Edenton, N. C ; April 25, 1739. Test, James Trotter, Michael 

Arthur Mabson, of Core Sound, to Frances Williams. Lot No. 18, 
town of Edenton, N. C; March 13th, 1739. Test, John Richards, 
Wm. Mackey. 

Jno. Pratt, and wife Christian, to Thomas Blount. Lot No. 5, new 
plan of the town; November 1st, 1740. Test, Alex. McCulloch, 
James Conner. 

AND Genealogical Register. 129 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Joseph Blount. Lots A, B, M, N, 
new plan of the town; January 16,1740. Test, Thomas Blount, 
Henry Guston. 

Same, to Peter Payne. Lot No. 13, old plan of the town of Eden- 
ton ; A[)ril, 1740. Tesf, Charles Foster, Jones, Steward. 

Henrv Bonner, to William Bonner. Lots 37 and 38; January 20, 
1743. Tesi; Nath'l Howcott» Jno. Luten. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Charlotte Blackall. Lot No. 21, 
new plan town of Edenton, N. C ; October 20, 1749. Test, Abraham 
Blackall, Jos. Anderson. 

Daniel Hanmer, to Alex. Bennett. December 16, 1742; six Lits 
bought of James Potter. Test, Alex. Gillins, J. Bennett. 

Same, to same. Six lots bought of James Potter in Edenton ; De- 
cember 15, 1742. Test, Nath'l Gatys, John Bennett. Cerlificate of 
Robert Wilmot, as to John Bennett's signature. 

Pt)wer of attorney, from Alexander Bennett to John Dawson. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Thomas Blount. Lot 0, new plan 
of said town; January 15, 1740. Test, Josepii Blount, Henry 

Chas. McDowell, and wife Elizabeth, to James Conner. April 
20th, 1739; lots 125 and 126, old plan town of Edenton. Test, J. 
Hodgson, Wm. Hoskins. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to James Craven. Lots 100, 101, 102, 
103, 104 and 105, old plan town of Edenton; June 6, 1738. Test, 
Peter Payne, Jno. Donovan. 

Thomas Blount, and wife Elizabeth, to James Craven. Lot No. 
5, new plan of the town; February 7, 1740. Test, Jos. Blount, 
J. Halsey, Edmund Hatch. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Abraham Blackall. Lots 6 and 7, 
new plan of the town ; August 5th, 1741. 

Matthew Hardy, and wife Penelope, of Bertie Co., to John Camp- 
bell ; November 4, 1741. All the lots in Edenton which Wm. Little 
bequeathed by will dated June 5, 1734, to his widow Penelope now 
my wife. Test, Peter Payne, Isaac Arthand. 

James Trotter, to Ann Richards. December 10, 1741 ; 50 feet 
square, fronting the street opposite lot where James Mitchell now 
lives, known as lot No. 21, in the old plan, adjoining lot No. 9 on 
one side, and lot No. 7 on the other, said lot is however No. 8. Test, 
Edmund Hatch, Timothy Yeats. 

John Ogilby, son and heir apparent of Patrick Ogilby, dec'd, to 
Thomas Swann. Lot No. 4, old plan of the town of Edenton, N. C ; 
April 6, 1731. Test, Isaac Hill, Wm. Gray. James Milliken. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Jno. Lovick. Lot No. 14, town of 
Edenton; November Ist, 1722. Test, Geo. Allen, Wm. Badham. 

Same, to Christian Heidelberg. Lots 15 and 16, town of Eden- 
ton; November 1st, 1722. 

Same, to Wm. Corrie. Lot No 17; November Ist, 1722. 

Wm. Luten, sheriff of Chowan County, to James Craven. (Exe- 

330 North Carolina Historical 

cution V. Dr. Geo. Allen's estate, favor of Theophilus Pugh.) Octo- 
ber 314, 1741 ; lot No. 4, adjoining on the eastward court-house lots. 
Test, Richard McClure, Juo. Halsey. 

Timothy Lafitte, and wife Sarah, to James Craven. Lots 6 and 
7, adjoining lot of Abraham Blackall on the west; August 4, 1742. 
Test, Richard McClure, Peter Payne. 

James Craven, to John Hodgson. Lots F and P, new plan of the 
town; August 24, 1742. Test, Peter Payne, Richard McClure. 

Samuel Saban Plomer, and Sarah Catherine, his wife, to Sam'l 
Gregory. Lots I and 10, bought by James Wainwright of Patrick 
Ogilby, and by said Wainwright to Edmund Porter and Thos. 
Swann formerly, since sold by Wainwrigjht to Richard Everard,who 
sold them to Chas. McDowell, and by McDowell conveyed to Sarah 
Catherine Ismay; August 24, 1741. Test, Abraham Blackall, John 

James Hazard, and wife Martha, to James Craven. Lot No. 14, 
new plan of the town of Edenton; March 8, 1742. Test, Peter 
Adams, J. Hali?ey,.Wm. Benbury; bounded west by lot of Humphrey 
Robinson and east by lot of Peter Gray. 

Samuel Scolley, to James Craven. Deed for lots in Edenton, N. C; 
December 4, 1742. Test, Nathaniel Ming, Rjchd. McClure. 

John Ogilby, son and heir apparent of Patrick Ogilby, deceased, 
to Thomas Swann. Lot No. 4, old plan of the town ; April 6, 1731. 
Test, Isaac Hill, Wm. Gray, James Milliken 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Israel Shelden. Lot No. 125; Oc- 
tober 19, 1733. Test, George Allen, Wm. Mackey. 

Same, to same. Lot 126, assigned to Charles McDowell; October 
19, 1733. Test, George Allen, Wm. Mackey, John Hannah, Robert 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Christian Herkell. Lots 43 and 44, 
in new plan of said town; March 5, 1742. Test, Thos. Barker, 
Peter Payne. 

Edward Moseley, of New Hanover Co., to John Richards. Lots 9 
and 10, bought of Edmund Porter, which formerly were sold by 
Patrick Ogilby to James Winwright, who sold then to said Porter, 
except 40-feet square next to the dwelling or lots of John Ross, 
which is conveyed to John Hulls; March 7, 1740. Test, Peter Payne, 
Abigail Slaughter. 

Commissioners of Edenton, to Peter Adams. Lots 39, 40, 41, 42, 
new plan of said town; March 12, 1741. Test, Peter Payne, Thos. 

Sime, to Lawrence Landraken. Lots 85 and 86, new plan of said 
town ; March 25, 1742. Test, James Mitchell, Wm. Luten, 

Same, to Samuel Scolley. Lots 99 and 100, new plan of said 
town; February 7, 1741. Test, Thos. Barker, Peter Payne. 

Same, to John Hull. Lots 101 and 102, new plan of said town ; 

bruary 25, 1741. 

Same, to Samuel Stillwell. Lots 47 and 48, new plan of said town ; 
uary 5, 1741. 

AND Genealogical Register. 131 

Same, to Wm. Walton. Lots 45 and 46, new plan of said town ; 
March 25, 1742. 

k Same, to George Reed. Lots 146 and 147, new plan of said town ; 
March 25, 1742. 

Same, to George Patterson. Lots 103 and 104, new plan of said 
town ; February 5, 1741. 

John Hodgson, to Timothy Lafitte. May 16, 1741; lot No. 6, new 
plan town of Edenton. 

Commissioners of Elenton, to James Craven. Lots C, F, P, new 
plan of said town ; March 5, 1742. 

Same, to John Ross. Lot 11, old plan of said town ; April 2d, 

Same, to Dorothy Sherwin. Lots 97 and 98, new plan town of 
Edenton; February 17, 1741. 

Same, to Wm. Smith. Lots D and E, new plan of said town ; 
November 4, 1741. 

Same, to John Montgomery. One lot in old plan, bounded one 
side by lot of Peter Payne and the other, lot of James Kelly; Feb- 
ruary 2d, 1741. 

Same, to Joseph Anderson. Lots G, H, I, K, L and 150, new plan 
of said town ; November 4, 1741. 

Thomas Swann, to George Allen. November 10, 1732; lot No. 4, 
old plan of the town. Test, John Benbury, Jas. Trotter. 

Thomas Blount, of EdgecombeC o., to James Craven. Lot No. 5, 
new plan of the town; February 22d, 1741. 

Edward Moseley, of New Hanover Co., to Michael Slaughter. Lot 
No. 16, old plan town of Edenton; February 18, 1739. Test, Thos. 
Walton, James Sumner, J. Hodgson. 

132 North Carolina Historical 


(Taken from the oflSce of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Chowan County.) 

Isaac Jordan, of Bertie County. Executed February 3d, 1790; 
probated May Term, 1790. Sons Joseph and Edward, brother Jo- 
seph, daughters Mary, Sarah, Prudence and Hannah; wife Hannah, 
son Joseph, nephew James Jordan, and friend Thos. Collins, Execu- 

Joseph Church, of Currituck Co., N. C. February 2d, 1722-^3 ; 
daughters Leely White, Ann Church, granddaughter Julian White, 
son Richard, wife Julian. Test, Foister Jarvis, Asmian Parker, 
Thomas Parker. 

Day Ridley, of Hertford Co., N. C. March 9th, 1777; son Timo- 
thy Sharp Ridley, son Nathaniel, wife; wife, brother-in-law Timothy 
Sharpe and Henry Taylor Executors. 

Timothy Thorpe, Administrator of Peterson Thorpe, Phillip Per- 
son surety. June 12, 1777. 

Honry Norman, of TyrrelJ Co. June 8, 1797 ; wife Sarah, friend 
Fanny Ray; wife Sarah, John Bateman and Nathan Hooker Execu- 
tors. Test, Levi Bateman, James Blount. 

John Harlowe, of Chowan. Wife Mary, daughter Mary, child 
in esse, brother Thomas Harlowe; wife, John Charlton, and Job 
Charlton Executors; April 16, 1762. Test, Jos. Blount, Jos. Ben- 
bury, Ann Harlowe. 

John Halsey, of Chowan. Sons William, Jeremiah, Samuel, Fred- 
erick, and Edmund, daughter Mary; sons William, Jeremiah and 
Samuel Executors; May 7, 1762. Test, John Benbury, Sarah Beas- 
ley, Bridget Garrett. 

♦John Blount, of Chowan Co. Decembers, 1753; died February 
10, 1754; children James, Frederick, Wilson, Eh'zabeth, Martha and 
Mary, wife Sarah, sisterin-law Mrs. Mary Moore, brothers Joseph and 
Charles Blount; sons James and Frederick Executors. Test, Jno. 
Halsey, Jno. Smith, Jno. Beasley, Richard Dunbar. 

* Note.— (a) John Blount married Sarah E. Vail, daughter of Jeremiah Vail. 
Issue, (a) James Blount married Ann Hall, daughter of Rev. Clement Hall. 
Issue, Clement Hall Blount died unmarried, (b) Sarah Blount died unmarried, 
(c) Frederick Blount, eldest son, married Rachel Bryan, nee Heritage. Issue, 
among others, (1) Frederick S. Blount, who moved to Alabama and left a large 
family, (2) Alexander Clement Blount, (3) Heritage Wistar Blount, of Lenoir 

(b) Wilson Blount died unmarried. 

(c) Frederick Blount, whose daughter Mary married Wm. Shepard, of New 
Bern. Issue, Wm. B. Shepard, Charles B. Shepard, James B. Shepard, Mrs. 
John H. Brvan, of Raleigh, Mrs. Ebenezer Pettigrew, and others. 

(d) Elizabeth Blount married John Baptist Beasley. 

(e) Mary Blount married Rev. Chas. Pettigrew, 1st Bishop.elect of North Car- 
olina, and left two sons, Ebenezer, who married Ann Shepard, of New Bern. 
Issue, Rev. W. S. Pettigrew, Gen. James Johnston Pettigrew, Charles L. Petti- 
grew, and two daughters, one of whom married Rev. NeiU McKay. 

AND Genealogical Register. 133 

James Jones, of Hertford Co. Wife Ann, son Joseph, child in 
esse^ to be named James, all my children; brother Abraham Jones, 
and Mathias? Brickell Executors. John Brown and Eli Ely to see 
will settled; October 17,1771. Test, John Brown, Jr., Elizabeth 
Rascoe, Isaac Rascoe; October 17, 1771. Probated J^ovember Court, 

*Edmund Porter, of Chowan. Wife Elizabeth, two sisters, Sarah 
Pilkington, and Elizabeth Maule, nephew John Porter, of Cape Fear, 
nephew John Fry, niece Elizabeth Fry, Frederick, sou of Thomas 
Brickell; wife Executrix; April 11, 1737. Test, A. Blackall, Thos. 
Rowan, Miles Gale. 

John Fonville, of Craven Co. April 14, 1741 ; sons John, Peter, 
David, and Isaac, wife; wife and son John Executors. Test, Wm. 
Barrow, Wm. Whitford. 

Richard Bond, of Nansemond Co , Va. January 15, 1727-'8; sons 
Richard, Henry, Hance, William, and Lewis, daughter Mary; wife 
Executrix. Test, John Perry, Eliz. Ward, Wm. Haveild. 

James Ward, of Chowan Co. Novembar 15, 1743; wife Mary, son 
Thomas, grandson Joseph Ming, son of Joseph Ming, and wife 
Rachel, grandson James Ward, son of Thomas Ward, and wife Mary, 
granddaughter Anarila Ward, daughter of Thomas Ward, grand- 
daughter Penelope Ward, daughter of Thomas and Mary, grand- 
daughter Rachel Ward, daughter of Thos. Ward, grandson James 
Ward, son of Thomas and Mary, daughter Rachel, wife of Joseph 
Ming; wife Mary and son Thomas Executors. Test, David Butler, 
Tnos. Jennings, J. Butler. 

Daniel Akehurst, of Warwick Co , Va. Daughter Filia Christy 
Akehurst, estate to be delivered to Thos. Symons for use of my 
daughter, wife Ann Akehurst; Thos. Symons Executor; 11 October, 
16**3. Test, Wm. Langhorn, Mary Carey, Miles Carey. Probated 
in 1700 in Warwick Co., Va. 

Wm. Bartlett. May 14, 1694-'5; probated July 26. 1696; eldest 
son William, son Thomas. 

John Keaton, of Nansemond Co., Va. Son John, wife, daughter 
Mary Keaton ; son John Executor. Test, Thos. Milner, John Spi vey, 
Peter Cranberry, Dan'l Sullivan; September 15, 1702; probated Oc- 
tober 27, 1702. 

Peter Arline. March 14, 1710 ; probated November 1st, 1712; son 
Henry, daughter Anne, S)n Peter; Thos. Pollock Executor. Test, 
Lawrence Sarson, Robert West, John Jones, Thos. Ashley. (Bertie.) 

John Norcom. February 4, 1745; daughters Sarah and Ann; 
wife and John Halsey Executors. Test, Lovey IIaught)n, Mary 
Sheldin, John Pierce. 

John Barber. April 17, 1762; son Joshua, daughter Letitia, wife 
Massinah, daughter Sarah ; brother Thos. Fentor and Sam'l B irnard, 
Sr., Executors. (Chowan.) 

• Note. — Sarah Pilkineton married Seth Pilkington, Elizabeth married Dr. Pat- 
rick Maule, first having been the wife of Thomas Fry. 

134 North Carolina Historical 

♦Chief Justice Wm. Little. ExecutedJune 24, 1734; probated Sep- 
tember 3d, 1734. Wife Penelope, Christopher Gale, Edmund Salter, 
and brother (in-law) John Arbuthnot, Executors. Mentions wife 
Penelope, sons William and George, and daughter Penelope. Ap- 

f)oints wife guardian of George, and Edward Salter guardian of Wil- 
iam. Bequests to Robert Forster, brother Isaac Little, John Arbuth- 
not, and sister Arbuthnot, sister Mrs. Barker, John Lovick, widow 
Penelope. Witness, Rev. John Boyd, John Crowell, John Barker. 
Esther Pollock {her first husband being Jno. Harris, second Col. 
William Wilkinson, third Thomas Pollock). May 20,1712. I make 
Maj. Thos Luten, and Thos. Luten, Jr., my executors yt my will. I 
give and bequeath to Right Hon. Edward Hyde, one negro woman 
named Cutto. I give and bequeath to Mr. C. Stewart 5£, To be- 
loved cousin Marmaduke Goodhand, my plantation, on Sasopock 
River, in Sizzle County, Maryland, being given to me by my faiher- 
inlaw, George Harris, deceased. I give to Major Luten all my 
lands, and the plantation, in the Government of N. C, given me by 
my late husband Col. Wm. Wilkinson, in case of his death, to his 
sons Thomas, Constance, and Henderson Luten. I give unto Thos. 
Luten, Jr., my plantation where I now live, called Sandy Point. To 
Constance Luten plantation adjoining Col. Edward Moseley, planta- 
tion on south side of Chowan River to Henderson Luten. I give 
Maj. Thos. Luten 100£ in silver, which my husband, Thos. Pollock, 
has given me the liberty to dispose of, at my will and pleasure, and 
also all the residue of my estate, of what kind and species soever, in 
the Government of N. C. or in any other parts whatsoever. I also 
appoint my Executors to be the Executors to all wills wherein I am 
concerned, more especially the will of Col. Wm. Wilkinson, my late 
husband, and Mr. John Harris. Witnesses, Robert Hicks, James 
Bayboys, Jno. Porter, Jr., Conrad Eichorn, Sarah Porter. 

f Thomas Luten. Executed February 16,1729; son William 
Luten, son Constance, daughter Christian Luten, son Constant and 
Martha Holey, daughter Rachel Farlow, son Thomas, daughter 
Anne Brinn, daughter Sarah Standing, daughter Mary Haughton, 
son Henderson, wife Mary; wife Mary and son Henderson Execu- 
tors; Johp Lovick, John Randolph, of Williamsburgh, Va., Wm. 
Little, Attorney General of the Province, son Thomas, son-inlaw 
Robert Hicks and son Henderson Luten, Executbrs of that part of 
my estate given me by Madame Pollock. Test, Francis Beasley, 
Henry Bonner; probated March 31st, 1731. 

* Note. — I am indebted to Mr. Marshall DeLancey Haywood for a copy of this 
win. William Little married Penelope Gale, daughter of Christopher Gale. 
Mrs. Penelope Little marriei 2nd Matthew Hardy of Bertie CJounty, N. C. 

t Note.— Robert Hicks married Esther Luten, daughter of Thomas Luten. 



(Complied fr6m the offioe of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Chowan 
County, at Eden ton, N. C.) 

Att a called Court, held the 15th July, 1670, at ye house of Samuel 
Davis, for ye county of Albemarle, in ye Province of Carolina. 
Present, the Honorable Peter Carteret, Governor and Commander-in- 
Chief. Left, Col. John Jenkins, John Harudy, Major Richard Fos- 
ter, Capt. Thomas Cullen, council. Whereas, Mr. John Culpeper, 
Gent, attorney for Sir Wm. Berkeley, Knight, and Capt. General of 
Virginia, petition to this Court for letters of administration on ye 
estate Capt. Sara'l Stephens, deceased, he putting in security to save 
ye Court harmless, it is ordered yt ye said Culpeper have orders of 
administration granted to him. 

Whereas, Andrew Woolward was summoned to this Court of 
Chancery and being required to give his oath upon injury, of what 
he knew to be the estate of Samuel Stephens, Esq., deceased, he wil- 
fully denyed and refused to give his oath, wherefore ye Court or- 
dered yt he remain a close prisoner till further orders. 

Alt a Generall Court, held ye 27 September, 1670, at ye house of 
Sam'l Davis, for ye county of Albemarle, in ye Province of Caro- 
lina. Present, the Honorable Peter Carteret, Esq., Governor and 
Commander-in-Chief. Left, C>1. John Jenkins, Mr. John Harudy, 
Mr. Oliver Rithd. Foster, Mr. Francis Godfrey, Mr. John Willoughby, 
Capt. Thomas Cullen. 

Jno. Harudy, acco. to Mr. Howard, Mr. Nixon, petition to have or- 
der of administration, on ye estate of James Jolly. Ordered yt ad- 
ministration be granted by putting in security. 

Thomas Hoskins, petition for administration estate of John Al- 
den, deceased. Granted. 

John Willoughby, had an order against Herman Smewin, for bring- 
ing Mr. Thomas Easthurt to this Court. 

Mr. Anto Slockam. petition for a hatt at Roanok yt was brought 
into yd country, by Mr. Witro Stephen, wherefore it is ordered yt he 
have his hatt delivered by yd fisherman at Roanok, he paying ye fee. 

Whereas Katharine Williams, arrested Wra. Voss, and not appear- 
ing to prosecute ye said Voss, it is therefore ordered yt Voss have a 
nonsuit against Edward Haswell, who married executrix of Roger 
Williams, and costs. 

Samuel Pricklove, three actions against Mr. Smewin ; nonsuits. 

Will Jackson, petition ye Court yt Robert B mio, deceased, gave 
him all he had, and having proved by Thos. Simons, and Wra. 
Simons, there oath yt Wm. Jackson is ye lawful Executor, it is or^ 
dered yt ye said Jackson is possessed of the said Bono estate. 

John Outlaw, against Sam'i Pricklove. 

James Shroosbury, against Thomas Matkie. 

Capt. Cath Cone, against Jo Outlaw. 

136 North Carolina Historical 

Robert Risrod, and Edmund Chancy, commenced suits against 
each other concerning a seat of land; jury, with John Hawkins as 

Whereas, Fortaine Pirkins, commenced an action of slander 
against James Nokes, it appearing by ye oath of Capt. James Blount 
and his wife, yt Nokes faNely accused ye said Pirkins, and he hav- 
ing acknowledged it, etc. 

Edward Hasevell, commenced a suit against Mr. Hugh Smith- 
wick; there appearing no cause of action, ordered yt Hugh Smith - 
wiek have a non-suit against Haswell witli costs. 

Robert Ristjd, commenced suit against Robert Minty. 

John B irrows, petition to have an attachment against ye estate of 
John Outlaw; there appears due to him 200 lbs. tobacco. 

John Dye, petition to have satisfaction coming to Court, in Mr. 
Ghancy's suit foure days; ordered that Chancy pay Dye 100 lbs. to- 
bacco and cots. 

Thomas Harris, commenced suit against Herman Smewin. 

Capt. Wm. Crawford, petition against ye administrator of Mr. 
Nicholas Stevens, deceased,^ for ye hire and use of a shallop a con- 
siderable time and in his employ was bulgei and damnified, where- 
fore ye Court orders Mr. Rowden, administrator of yd estate, to pay 
unto Capt. Crawford 500 lbs. tobacco. 

Mr. John Culpeper, atto. to Sir Wm. Berkeley, and administrator 
to ye estate of Capt. Sam'l Stephens, deceased, commences suit against 
Herman Smewin. 

Mr. Jo Harudy, petition against ye estate of Capt. Samuel Stevens. 

John Culpeper, atto. to Sir Wm. Berkeley, Knight, and administra- 
tor of SamM Stephens, against Andrew Wellwood. 

Capt. Thomas Cullen, by warrant from ye Governor, took into 
possession several goods of Mr. Thomas Easthurt. 

John Culpeper, atto, and administrator est. Sam*l Stephens, de- 
ceased, moved to ye Court that there is a son of Richd. Felton, by 
name Richard Felton, attached to said estate of above Wm. 
Stephens, and since Mr. Stephens, deceased, placed by Mr. John 
Hill, yt was no will concerned in ye estate to Wra Luerton, where- 
fore ye Court orders yt ye said Luerton, deliver ye said Felton, to 
said atto , he paying yd fees. 

Hertulus Gun, and Thomas Sharpman, stand ingaged to Herman 
Smewin, 1,050 lbs. tobacco. Sharpman being departed his house, 
Hertulus Gun proved an attachment against Sharpman's estate. 

Laurence Gunfallis, obtained an order against Capt Jo Outlaw, in 
May Court, 1670, for a bote of 14 foot, and whereas said Outlaw is 
disparted from his house, and there can be no boat had, Mr. Her- 
man Smewin, and Abraham Kimberly, were sworn in Court, to ap- 
praise ye worth of ye said bDte, who vallowed said boat to be worth 
750 lbs tobacco, and cost, and cost of sale, wherefore, it is ordered 
yt said Gunfallis satisfy his debt out of ye said Outlaw's estate, where 
it can be found. 

Tes. Peter Carteret, Sec. 

AND Genealogical Register 137 

At a Court held 25 May, 1673, at the house of Francis Godfrey. 
Present, Hon. Col. John Jenkins, Dept. Sup., Capt. Thomas Cullen, 
W. F. Crawford, Wm. Jenings, Joseph Scott, Ralph Fletcher. 

Suit of Jno Nixon against Matthew Pendleton. A suit of scandal, 
it being evidently proved by two oaths that ye said Pendleton did 
grossly abuse ye John Nixon. Ordered that ye said Pendleton pay 
ye said Jno Nixon 1500 lbs. tobacco and costs, and the L )rd Pro- 
pretors 500 lbs. 

Mrs. Ann Durant, atto. for Andrew Ball, petitions ye Court 
for wages due to said Ball, from ye Barbo two brothers, it being 
made to appear from under ye master's hand, yt shews it 10£ 14s 
6d, ordered that ye said Ball be paid 10£ 14s 6d, out of said 
Barbo two brothers with costs. Alias exen. 

Att a Generall Court, held for the County of Albemarle, March 20, 
1680. Present, The Hon. John Jenkins, Governor, Anthony Slo- 
cum, Capt. Wm Crawford, Maj. Robert Holden, Esq., Capt. James 
Blount, Capt. John Varnham, Deputies Assistants. 

John Burnby, received the maid servant in the Court, presents of 
Mr. Edward Body, ordered that Mr. Edward Body pay costs. 

Ordered, that John Morris pay to Christopher Oldfield, 1500 lbs. 
tobacco with costs of Sute, according to the deed. 

Morgan Rice, made complaint against Mr. Culpeper, for labour. 

William Johnson, Constable. Precinct of Carteret. 

Letters of administration on estate of Francis Godfrey, granted 
Wni. Therrill, John Hunt, appraiser. 

Mrs. Margaret Culpeper, plaintiff, against Wm. Therrill, defend- 
ant, in an action of debt, and being put to a jury, the jurors find 
for the plaintiff 8426 lbs. tobacco, and costs. 

Thomas Waller, plaintiff, against Wm. Therrill, defendant. Jury 
find for the plaintiff 1500 lbs. tobacco, and costs. 

Wm. Crawford, attorney of Samuel Blogg, of New York, against 
Samuel Pricklove. Action of debt. 

March 26,1680. Same officers present. 

Ordered yt letters of administration be graiited Will Foster, on 
the estate of Thomas Harris, deceased, Mr. Durant, Mr. Hinkley, 
Capt. Crawford and Mr. Thomas Harvey, appointed appraisers. 

Will Therrill versus William Shute, nonsuit for defendant. 

Solomon Pool, being called ye Lords Bar, and demanded if he 
ownest any human reverence, heeaith hee ownest none. 

Administration granted to Capt. Varnham, on the estate of Mr. 
Thomas Bellewby, as he is attorney for Mr. Caleb Lamb. 

March 27, 1680. Ordered that Samuel Pricklove stand in the 
pillory Ihree hours, and loose his right ear, and be banished this 
county for ever, and to live in prison without bayle in yrons, or 
otherwise, until hee shall bee shipped for his transport, and their 
aboard kept in yrons, till at his place he be landed with costs and 

Ordered that the counties petition be effected and granted it being 

138 North Carolina Historical 

exhibited in open Court, and that Timothy Biggs' Commission be sus- 
pended until further orders, and the said petition be recorded and 
that Robert Holden, E^q., to officiate by virtue of ye Commission 
now exhibited, ordered that there Lordships letter be recorded, which 
was now exhibited. 

Ordered, that Samuel Pricklove, deliver the patent of land pos- 
sessed by John Burnby, and pay costs, that is to say the old patent 
granted by Sir Wm. Berkeley. 

Ordered, that a probit be entered of the will of Tho. Harloe, de- 
ceased, and Robert Inkoson, administrator the same, and render an 
inventory of the said estate, at the next General Court. Appraised 
by Caleb Callaway and John Barrow. 

Ordered, that whereas Richard Bently, not performing the order 
of the Court granted by ye Lordships Justice of the Precinct of 
Berkeley, to his wife and children, that it bee accordingly paid and 

Ordered, that commission of administration, be granted to Mr. 
Joshua Lambe, and Mr. William Therrill, of the estate of Abraham 
Kimberly, of this county, deceased, by returning an inventory in 
six weeks, appraised according to law. 

Mr. Lillington, Mr. Wilkinson, returns to ye estate of Shaftesbury 
Precinct, commission of administration be granted to Mr. Lillington 
and Mr. Therrill, an inventory taken in six weeks, by Mr. Robert 
West, and Timothy Mead to appraise. 

March 29, 1680, at a Court of Grand Council held about the 

Ordered, that Caleb Calloway appraise ye estateof Wm. Lawrence, 
and make return thereof to ye Precinct Court. 

Ordered, that John Godfrey choose his guardian, and the two 
grandchildren of Francis Godfrey be committed to ye guardianship 
of Mr. Wm. Therrill, the administrator to cleare the estate as much 
as he can forthwith. 

Ordered, that Capt. Wm. Crawford return inventory estate of Phil- 
lip Evans, appraised, he being executor, ordered that Wm. Crawford 
Guardian of the Fon John, of Phillip Evans. 

Ordered, that Mrs. Culpeper's inventory of the estate of Valentine 
Bird, be appraised, appoints Wm. Nowell, Samuel Davis, and Jno. 
Dye appraisers. 

Letters of administration granted Margaret Culpeper, upon ye 
estate of Edmund Chancy. 

Inventory, estate of Wm. Rostley returned by Wm. Roswell, given 
by Wm. Rostley to his children as underwritten. William Rostley 
ten head female cattle, Eliz Rostley 4 head of female cattle, Mary 
Rostley 7 head female cattle. 

Ordered, that John Jennings return an acco. of the estate of Thos. 
Roelph, to ye Precinct Court of Carteret. 

Ordered, that John Larry chose his guardian. 

Ordered, that Executors of Robt. Lowry's, will return inventory of 

AND Genealogical Registeb. 139 

his estate appraised to ye next Court, held by the Grand Council. It 
to be assigned to Wm. Jordan and Thos. Symons. 

Ordered, that letters of administration, be granted to Anthony 
Waters, upon ye estate of Lundy White, Sr., if he refuse to accept it^ 
Capt. Blount and Capt. Varnham to assign one, ye wills the estate 
can be found to be appraised. Lovey White to be guardian to Jno. 
White, orphan of Lundy White, Sr. 

Arnold White, to be guardian for Elizabeth White, orphan of 

Wm. Symons proved 5 rights, Wm. Symson, Robert Smithy 
Emanuel Altooy, Maria a negro transport, Hannah Symson freedom 

Elizabeth Robinson, reports of the goods she hath, has 4 orphan 
children, 3 sons and 1 daughter, 7 breeding cows, 3 steers, a bill of 

Ordered that John Benton, be committed to the tuition of Mr. 
Robert Yost, until 18 years of age. 

Ordered that Elizabeth Robinson, be committed to the tuition of 
Mr. Robert Yost, until 15 years of age. 

Notes taken from detached papers, as follows: 

February 5, 1686. ^ of the estate of Joseph Scott delivered to 
Thomas Blount, who married the widow of said Scott. 

William Glover, lived on Little River, in Berkeley Precinct (Per- 

February 5, 1686. Wm. Therrill's daughter Mary, married Wil- 
liam Mara. 

Cornelius Lurry, and wife Elizabeth, Exr's of Paul Latham, who 
intermarried with widow of Wm. Leary. 

Isaac Rowden, and wife Sarah, daughter of George and Ann 

From affidavits made in a suit between Benjamin Davis, and 
Joshua Lamb, to whom tobacco was consigned, the following named 
persons gave their ages in January, 1680-^1, as follows: 

George Foster, 60 years. Thos. Harrison, 34 years. 

John Willoughby. 60 years. Peter Mayfield, 28 years. 

George Durant, 49 years. John Hunt, 36 years. 

Alexander Lillington,37 years. Edward Wood, 38 years. 

William Wilkinson, 36 years. Edward Smithwick, 33 years. 

Anthony Slocum, 90 years, one of the Deputies of the Lord Pro- 

Alexander Lillington, Foreman, Thos. Harvey and Wm. Well- 
wood, members of the Grand Jury, November, 1680. 

Joshua Lamb, juror in 1684, 2d April. 

Hannah Chancy, orphan of Edmund Chancy, chose Matthew 
Toler her guardian. 

Thos. Burnby, married Hannah, daughter of Edmund Chancy. 

Division of cattle between Mary Relfe, and the children of Thos. 
Keele by her first marriage. March 16, 1684. 

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Edward Wells, and wife Johannah, late widow of John Stamps, 
to her son Thomas, and Richard Stamps. March, 1684. 

John Carver's daughter Sarah Carver. 

Jamee Harloe, married ye relict of Hugh Barlow. March, 1684. 

Thomas Harvey, asks for appraisers upon the estate of Col. Jen- 
kins. March, 1684. 

Dorothy Minsy, widow and relict of Saint M. Wells. October, 1684. 

Dorothy Minsy, deed of gift to her son-in-law Wm. Benbury. 50 
acres laud on north side Chowan River. March, 1684. 

' Bill of sale from John Hawkins, to Micagar Jones, for 130 acres 
land on Mattacomack Creek. Proved 1st December, 1682. 

Ann Gunnell, from husband David Morgan. 1684. 

Morgan Jones, to Thomas CuUen. Deed proved for 130 acres land 
on Mattacomack Creek; 14th March, 1682-3. 

Wm. Benbury, to Alexander Moore. 50 acres land conveyed to 
said Benbury by Dorothy Minsy; 1684. 

John Wingate. Suit in court in 1687. 

John Jennings. Suit in court in 1687 vs. Thomas Roberts. 

Wm. Wood. Departed out of tlie county 6 October, 1687. 

John Harvey. In court in suit; March Court, 1675-'6. 

John Nixon proved his rights as follows, for importation, Jno. 
Nixon, wife EUiner, Edward London, Robert Griffin, John Davis, 
Zachariah Nixon, John King, Lawrence Rasten, Griffin Lawrence, 
Joseph Jones, Richard Bishop, William Bodees; 1675-'d. 

John Watts proved his rights, Jnx Watts, wife Jane, daughter 
Sarah; 1672. 

Robert Windley. Suit vs Hugh Smithwick in 1670. 

Joseph Gilbert against Henry Bonner. 

Richard Tidmarsli, proves rights, himself, wife, sons Richard and 
John; 1672. 

John Hawkins Suit vs. John Smith; 1690. 

Samuel Davis against Jno. Outlaw; 1672. 

Peter Malbone, administrator est. of Robert Bransten. 

Anthiiv Di.vs>a in Colony August 29, 1687. 

George Matthews, and wife Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Wil- 
liams; 1693. 

John Boyd and wife Rebecca, administrators of Jacob Peterson 

Thos Harvey, Ex<^cutor of last will and testament of John Harvey 

Capt. Thos G)dwin, and Major L^wis Burrell and wife Grizzell 
Executors of Col. John Lear, suit vs. Col. Wra. Duckinfield. 

James and J >hn Tooke, Executors of Joseph Commander, of Pas 

Richard Bryan and Richard Comfert, sureties for Wm. Slute 
April 26, 1699. 

Henderson Walker. 40 years old in 1693. 

John Porter. 34 years of age in 1695. 

Mrs. Susannah Hartley, now wife of Wm. Duckinfield ; 1695. 

AND Genealogical Rkgistkr. 141 

Hannibal Hoskins dead in 1699. 

Francis Penrice proved his rights, viz: Thomas Penrice, Puriana 
Penrice, Temperance Penrice, Mary Penrice, Elizabeth Penrice, 
Francis Penrice, Mary Cook, Francis Cook ; February 4, 1690. 

Thomas Pollock in the Colony 6th April, 1687. 

Massegne and wife, the daughter of Thos. Waller, against Thos. 
Durant, Executor of Mrs. Ann Durant; 1697. 

Inventory of Davis estate presented by Patrick Bayley and wife 

Robt. Break proves his rights, himself, Elee his wife, son John, 
and John Stephens, his servant. 

James Ddniel, proves hivS rights, 25 October, 1697. Mr. Stickey, 
Wm. Keel, James Jt»nes, Wm. Jones, Elizabeth Evans, W. Rig, Fred 
Jones, John Keat, Adam Gamball, John Wiggins, Nice Lynch, John 
Crumwell, Jacob Stephens, Mary Stephens, Mr. Hughs, Sr. 

Ordered, that Mr. Foster, Andrew Reed, and Sam*l Nicolson ap- 
praisers estateof Jacob Peterson ; 1697. 

W. Rig dead 1697. 

Benj. Massegne, married one of the orphans of Thomas Waller ; 
Thos. Durant takes the other part of the estate for Elizabeth Waller, 
and brings her up without cost; 1697. Ehzabeth Waller was a 
niece of Thos. Durant, being the daughter of his sister who paarried 
Thomas Waller. 

Will of Alexander Lillington, proved by the oath of Gapt. Walker, 
Caleb Galloway, and Robert Herman ; 1697. 

Andrew Reed, presents inventory estate of Joseph Sutton; October 
7, 1697. 

Isaac Hill, witness in Court; October 8, 1697. 

William Reed, a witness 'in Court and also a juror; October 8, 

Edward Hill, appointed Judge of Admiralty; 1697. 

Joseph Commander, and wife Dorothy Commander (Dorothy 
^Teoke), 22d, 12 mo , 1694. 

John Hunt, 52 years of age in 1694. 

Patrick Bayley, Executor of Rich'd Craige, in 1694. 

Benjamin Messenge, and Ann his wife, daughter of Thomas and 
Elizabeth Waller. 

Thomas Stephens summoned to Court in 1697. 

Isaac Rawdon, and Sarah his wife, daughter of George and Ann 
Durant; 1674. Samuel Barlow gave son Samuel SOjC in hand of 
said George Durant, in trust. 

* Thomas Harvey, Executor of John Harvey, against James and 
John Tooke, Executors of Thos. Commander; 7 March, 1695. 

John Hawkins attached estate of Isaac Rowdon ; 7 March, 1695. 

Mary Beasley, presents account of Robert Beasley's estate, J to 

*NoTB. — John* Harvey afterwards probably married Dorothy Commander, 
who was Dorothy Tooke, of Isle of wight Ck>. (See Dorothy Harvey's will in 
this number.) 

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widow, i to children. Division to be made by last of March, 1695. 

Robert Wallis, and Mary Clark Executrix of last will and testa- 
ment of Arthur Workman; 1697. 

George Kimberly, proves his rights. Self, wife Elizabeth, daugh- 
ters Mary and Elizabeth. 

John Bird, proves his rights, Mary, his wife, John Bird, Matthew 
Andrews, James Buesgin, Richard Wiggins. 

Robert Laton proves his rights, himself, wife, James Laton, Mary 
Laton, Ann Laton, Olive Fee. 

Richard Nowell proves his rights, for importation of Sam'l West, 
Mary West, Phebe West and Will West. 

John Hecklefield married Elizabeth, widow of Jno: Godfrey. 

Col. Wilkinson, Executor of John Harvey. 

Sam*l Pricklove's will proved by oath of Francis Penrice and John 

Frederick Jones, of James City Co., Va., in the Colony ; Febru- 
ary 10, 1702-^3. 

Mary Cotton proves her rights, Mary, and Francis Cotton, and 
John Thurston. Assigned to Richard Rose; February 9, 1702-^3. 

Jonathan Tailor proved his rights, himself, wife Elizabeth, Thomas 
Tai'or, Jonathan Tailor, Mary Tailor, Thomas Evalen; January, 

John Wilford proved 5 rights, himself, wife Jane, daughters 
Sarah and Mary and John Wilford. 

Governor Harvey's will proved by Henry Herman, Robert Fen- 
dall and Wm. Glover, Executor of Joseph Commander; July, 1699. 

^Arnold White sells his tract of land to Col. Wm. Wilkinson, ad- 
joining lands of Henry Kants and Henderson Walker. 

Wm. Duckinfield, and wife Susan ; 16 February, 1692-'3. 

James Blount, to Mary Blount. Deed for sale of a mill proved 

Mrs. Mary Clark, widow, and Executrix of Arthur Workman; 

C List of tithables taken by James Cole ; January 30, 1702. 
■** Richard Davenport, and son John, Alexander Ray, Archibald 
Homes, James Martin, Edward Wilson, and son William, Cornelius 
Lurry, Jeremiah Rains, Christopher Gale, Thomas Robinson, 
Thomas Jordon and his son William, Thomas Stacey, John Long, 
William Long, Wm. Jessup, Thomas Long, John Wate, Thomas 
Wate, Peter Jones, Daniel Hall, Wm. Hall, John Stepney, Joseph 
Smith, John Pricklove, William Comans, Thomas Overman, John 
Hoskins, Thomas Hanrok, Wm. Hirkman, James Gates, Mr. Godfrey, 
Richard Skinner, John Payne, Sam Lillington, Justillian Pettitt, 
Tliomas Mason, and son John, Caleb Calloway, and son Joshua, Robert 
Karman, John Barrow, and son George, John Bennet, Richard Wool- 
ard, Mr. Laker, Thos. Stevens, Gabriel Newby, John Hare, James 

* Note. —This tract is located near Moseley's Point, afterwards Skinner's Point, 
in Chowan. 

AND Genealogical Register. 143 

Fisher, Wm. Steward, James Cole, John Falkner, Wm. Harvey, 
Samuel West. 

Ordered, that Mr. Robert West give account to the Precinct Court 
of Carteret of the estate of Jane Manners given her by her mother 
Frances Manners in her widowhood ; 1674. 

Ordered, that Thos. Rothick be under the tuition of Capt. Varn- 
ham, until 21 years of age. 

Ordered, that Mr. Hugh Smith wick's will be proved in Shaftes- 
bury Precinct, with all convenient speede, if noi will be produced, 
the Court to grant letters of administration to whom they think 

Petition of Jno. Alford and Wm. Owen, about their Bond for 
Bayle given to answer an action for debt, commenced against them 
by Mr. Biggs, bee of noe form, and are so made by Act of Parlia- 

Capt. Blounts* own proper rights in one warrant, Thos. Blounts 
all in one warrant. These rights of Thomas Blount to be put into 
one warrant for his brother James, that is, James, his wife, and son; 

Thos. Boyd brings ye audite account of John West, Esq. 

John Hunt, and wife Elizabeth, acknowledge conveyance plan- 
tation to Ralph Chapman. 

Court held at ye house of Capt. John Hecklefield. in Little River, 
Tuesday 26 March, 1706. Court adjourned to 1st Tuesday in May. 
Court met 7 May, 1706. Present, Wm. Glover, John Porter, Chris- 
topher Gale. 

The last will and testament of Col. Wm. Wilkinson was proved 
by the oaths of John Shaw, James Beasley, and Kathele Baker. 

Benj. Tull in Court in a civil action. 

Wm. Hardy juror in 1707. 

John Foster's affidavit, March, 1703-4, aged 50 years; knew Thos. 
Snoden, and wife Elizabeth, in Pennsylvania. Thomas died left 
two children, a son and a daughter— son Thomas. His widow mar- 
ried Edward Perkins. Thomas Snowden, aged 24, says his father- 
in-law left him with Thomas Hassell in Maryland, who brought 
him to this colony. 

Christopher Gale brings suit against the estate of Thomas Harvey. 

Edward Bryant appointed overseer of the road from the Middle 
Swamp to Richard Booth's. 

John Early from Richard Booth's up to Maherring. 

Thomas Cooper, from Kendricks's Creek downwards. 

John Walker, from Kendrick's Creek to the Flat Swamp. 

Ordered, that the inhabitants of ye lower district, on ye south 
shore, maintain the bridge over Kendrick's Creek in good repair. 

Ordered, that all the family cf Wm. Duckinfield, Peter Gray, Ar- 
nold Hopkins, and Ephriam Luerton, are exempted from the high- 
ways, for maintaining the bridge over Black Walnut Run, and the 
road up to George Sledes. 

144 North Carolina Historical 

James Farlow, overseer of the road (upper part) to Terrapin Hill. 

Henry Bonner, from Terrapin Hill down to James Welch's. 

Thomas Hoskins, from James Welch's to the lower part of the 
usual limits. 

James Blount, Sr., acknowledges deed to James Blount, Jr. ; or- 
dered recorded. 

Mr. Tho8. Leegh and his family are exempted from the public 
highways, for men-ling the ways so far as his land goes. 

Constables apfiojnted for the year ensuing: 

John Heale, from Salmon Creek to Wicacon Creek. 

Lazarus Thomas, from Wicacon Creek so far as ye inhabitants of 

Archibald Mitchell for the south shore. 

John Yelverton for Mattacomock Creek, from Mr. Halsey's to 
Thomas Hie kins'. 

William Crawford for the Indian Town. 

William Jones from Salmon Creek to Cashoke. 

John Walker, one of the Justices', comes into Court and takes the 

Ehzabeth Sessions prays letters of administration upon the estate 
of Thomas Sessions, dec'd. 

Wm. Daws proves nine rights. 

Robert Lanier proves eleven. 

William Williams proves eight. 

Ordered, that Edward Fitman, bound to William Branch, be re- 
turned to bis mother, Jean Daws; ordered, that Wm. Daws pay said 
Branch 25 shillings for the boy's clothes. 

Francis Branch, and wife Ann, Exr's of John Wheatly, pray that 
the said Ann may exhibit to this Court a full inventory of said es- 
tate. Granted as prayed. Court adjourned. 

Court Records, taken from Book B, No. 1 — Register of 

Deeds Office. 

At a Court held at the house of John Hill, 18 January, 1714; 

5 resent: Leonard Loftin, John Bird, Thomas Garrett, R'd. iLanier, 
ustices. B2P|p 

A Commission of the Peace for ye Court, with Dedimus, &c., is 
layed before ye Court, which being received, ye Justices qualified 
ymselves by taking and subscribing the oath appointed by law.fR < 

David Collins, and Elizabeth his wife, acknowledged conveyance 
of land to Wm. Jones. Ordered recorded. 

A power of attorney from Wm. Daws, to Robert Lanier, proved 
by oath of Jacob Lewis. 

Robert Lanier, attorney of Wm. Daws, acknowledged a deed of 
sale to Isaac Lewis. 

Henry Bradley, and Katharine his wife, acknowledged sale to 
Isaac Lewis. 

AND Genealogical Register. 145 

Same parties acknowledged deed of sale to Lewis Bryan. 

The last will and testament of Richard Booth is proved by ye 
oaths of Elward Bryan, Henry and Katharine Bradley. 

Mary , a girl 7 years of age, bound to Edward Taylor and his 

wife until 16 years of age, at expiration of service they are to give 
her a cow and calf. 

John Waugh proves rights for importation of himself, Priscilla 
Jackson, Deborah and Culien Flynn. 

Ann Caron prays letters of administration upon the estate her 
father \Vm. Caron, dec'd, which prayer is granted. Ordered, that 
Jno. Dew, James Bryan, Jr., Thos. Brown and Wm. Brown be ap- 
pointed appraisers, etc 

Couit adjourned till to-morrow morning 8 o'clock. 

January 19, 1714. The Court met. Saml Merritt proves rights 
for ye importation of himself, Mary Ann, Mary and Elizabeth Mer- 
ritt, Wm. Yates, Phillip, and Temsela Brown. 

Nathl Chevin, being godfather and uncle to Wm. Pate, eon of Thoro- 
good Pate and Sarah Pate, ye said Thorogood being deceased, and 
ye said Sarah unable to educate said child, prays that he may have 
said child committed to his care. Granted. 

Inventory estate of Ephraim Luerton, is returned* and proved by 
oath of John Hardy, amounting to «£98, 17s, 4d. 

John Hardy proves an account against estate of Rowlinson, de- 

Four boys to be placed under tuition; Alexander Sheah, 15 years 
of age, John McCorkindale, 10 years, James Tyler, 10 years, John 
Hoi ley, 9 years. 

A former order against the goods and chattels of John Barefield^ 
was granted by the Courts. Ordered continued upon petition of 
Thos. Johnakin. 

Sarah Smith, widow of George Smith, deceased, prays letters of 
administration on her said husband's estate. Granted. Tredle 
Keefe, Richd Lanier, Edward Howard, John Smith, and Jamea 
Curlee, appointed appraisers. 

William Seails petitions to have certain goods delivered to him by 
Henry Emanson, who married Mary Gulliver, daughter of Charles 
Gulliver, dec'd, in whose custody he left ym in keeping for said Seailes. 
Ordered that they be delivered on payment £5, 2s, with costs. Court 
adjourned to ye next Court in course, at house of Mr. Henry King. 

At a Court held at the house of Mr. Henry King, April 19, 1715. 
Present, John Byrd, Thomas Garrett, Robert Lanier. 

Ordered, that John Jordan and Fras Smith, being appointed Jus- 
tices of the Precinct, qualify. 

John Sessions petitions for letters of administration upon the estate^ 
of his sister, Mary Berry, deceased. Granted. 

Petition of inhabitants of Rookyhock Creek, praying a convenient 
landing on ye said creek. Ordered petition be granted, and that 
Samael Patchett and John Jones, Jr., lay out ye most convenient 

146 North Carolina Historical 

place for landing on ye said creek, with ye least prejudice to the 
owners of ye said lands. 

John Taylor petitions for administration upon the estate of Timo- 
thy Johnson, deceased. Ordered that Wm. Charlton, James Beasley, 
Wm. Branch, and John Jones be appointed appraisers. 

Petition of John Williams, praying an order for land on Deep 
Creek for a water mill. Ordered that the petitioner have the en- 
couragement as ye law directs. 

Wm. Mixon proves rights for importation of himself, wife and 3 

Priscilla Simpson, aged 7 years, committed to the care of Eliza- 
beth Warburton, daughter of Jo3. Simpson, till she comes to the age 
of 16; said Elizabeth to give her a cow and calf at that time; also 
to take into her possession all the property she can find given to said 
orphan by her mother. 

Ordered, that John, and Mary Berry, children of Edward and 
Mary Berry, be committed to the care of John Sessions, the boy aged 
10, until he becomes 21, and the girl 6 years of age, until she is ye 
age of 16, and the said Sessions to take said children's estate in 

Ordered, that Daniel Smith, Luke M^azle, Phil Ward, and Wm. 
Meazle, be appointed appraisers estate Mary Berry, deceased. 

Thos. Beale proves right of importation of himself, wife, and one 
child. Court adjourned till to morrow morning 6 o'clock. 

20 April, 17J5. Court met as adjourned. 

Ordered, that Thomas Averett be ye overseer of the road in ye 
room of Thos. Hicks, Wm. Haughton in place of Fras Smith. 

Wm. Daws petitions to keep a ferry over Wicacon Creek, from his 
own landing. Granted. 

Ordered, that Joseph Dudley be appointed overseer of the high- 
way in place of Wm. Thompson. 

Ordered, that Nathan Moore be appointed constable in Casia Neck, 
between Casia and Morattoke. 

Wm. Wade proves rights for importation, William and Elizabeth 
Wade, and Ann Perlain (Palin). 

Jno. Hardy, Executor of Wm. Luerton, petitions, showing that the 
debts over amount the inventory. Ordered, that debts due the Gov- 
ernment be 1st paid. 

Sarah Smith against Wm. Wade. Jury, John Hardy, John Alston, 
James Bite, Wm. Crawford, Gary Godbe, Thos. Rogers, John Ros- 
berry, Edward Taylor, John Council, James Boon, Edward Howcott, 
Thos. Hick^ find for ye plaintiff 5 shillings damage, and cost. 

Francis Dunn having lapsed his time as Administrator of the 
estate of Thos. Conglin, Ordered, that Tredle Keefe be appointed 
Adm'r estate. Lewis Williams, Edward Howard, Richard £vans» 
and James Curlee, be appointed appraisers. 

Court adjourned till next Court in course. 

AND Genealogical Register. 147 

At a Court held at the honse of Henry King, July 19, 1715, pres- 
ent, John Bird, R*d Lauier,-Esq., his Majesty's Justices. 

Court naet and adjourned. 

July 20, 17 1 5. A commission from ye Hon'ble the Governor, ap- 
points John Bird, Wm. Charlton, James Beasley, John Jordan, 
Thomas Garrett, Jr., Robert West, John Worley, Edward Phelps, 
and Edward Howard, Justices of the Peace, for Chowan Precinct, 
being read and published, then met John Bird, James Beasley, John 
Woriey, Thomas Garrett, Jr., and Edward Howard. 

Sarah Smith, Adm*x estate of George Smith, deceased, delivers 
inventory of said estate, amounting to 45£.is.6d. 

Frances Perrott prays administration of ye estate of her husband, 
Francis Perrott, deceased. Granted. 

Patrick Laughly proves rights for importation of John Welch, Sr., 
John Welch, Jr., Elizabeth Welch, E'iward Welch, John Gordon, 
Daniel Builer, Thomas Lamb, Henry Lamb, Richard Marshall, Na. 
Tucker, Matthew Dyer, Henry Clark, and Wm. Pratt. 

Ordered, that Henry King, Thos. Ashley, Thos. West,Cary Godbe, 
and John Hardy, be appointed appraisers estate of Francis Perrott, 

John Williams proves rights of importation of himself and wife. 

Court adjourned till to morrow morning at 6 o'cltck. 

Thursday, July 21, 1715 Court met. 

Tomazen Wykan provesrightsfar importation of himself and wife. 

Lawrence Martin proves rights for importation of Lawrence, Pa- 
tience and Ann Martin. 

Matthew Capps proves rights for importation of Matthew, and 
Elizabeth Capps, Sr., Elizabeth, Jr., Mary and Ann Capps, Mary and 
Elizabeth Powell. 

Court adjourned. 

Friday, July 22d, 1715. Court met. 

Ordered, that Vines Cropsley be appointed Constable in ye Lower 
District on ye North Shore. 

*That John Jones be constable at Scupernong, Thomas Hawkins 
on SiiUth Shore, Juo. Yelverton for the Middle District on ye North 

Ordered, that John Manier be constable for Wicacon Creek to 

Ordered, that James Harper be Overseer of the Highway from 
Loftin's to Fryerley Bridge. 

Ordered, that Wm. Fryerly be overseer from his own bridge to 
Morattack, and Nath'i Everett from Moratuck Bridge to the Flatt 

Upon ye petition of ye inhabitants of Rockyhock Creek, praying 
for a convenient landing on said creek, Ordered, that Richard Lewis, 

• Note. — Bertie and Hertford were known as the West Shore, Gatps as the 
East Shore, Tyrrell as Scupernong. Washington as the South Shore, and Chowan 
as ihe North Shore, Albemarle Sound ana Chjwan River being the line of Di- 

148 North Carolina Historical 

Henry Lisles and John Marks lay out a convenient road to a land- 
ing on said creek, with ye least prejudice to the owners of the land. 

.Ordered, that Thomas Spivey be overseer of the highway from 
Katherine Creek to Piking Branch in Meherrin Neck. 

Court adjourned. 

At a Court held for ye Precinct, September 18, 1715. Present the 
worshipful John Byrd, Jno. Jordan, Jno. Worley, E^qs. 

On motion of Mej. Thomas Luten, Ordered, that ye will of Madame 
Esther Pollock be recorded. 

Thomas Luten petitions that the road ye lyeth through his plan- 
tation is very prejudicial thereto. Ordered, that he have liberty to 
turn the said road and ye overseer lay out the most convenient place 
for a bridge over Tottering Bridge Swamp. 

Ordered, that John Goodin be appointed constable in the room of 
Wm. Copeland. 

Ordered, that the road be cleared from Dr. Godfrey SpruelPs to 
Eliza Long's, and that John Davenport be appointed overseer of the 

Cited that John Davenport, R'd Fexow and Cuthbert Phelps, in 
right hereof lay out the said road, and that all the inhabitants from 
Clay's Creek to John Davenport's, assist in clearing ye said road. 

Court adjourned till to-morrow 8 o'clock. 

Whereas, Edward Bonwick is deceased and left no will. Ordered, 
that John Jordan have letters of administration, and that Richard 
Sowell, John Jackson, Thos. Hicks, and Wm. Copeland, be appointed 

Upon petition of Wm. Wallston, Ordered, ye Hagar Kingston, 
aged 10 years, dwell and abide with ye said Wallston, till she comes 
of age as the law provides. 

Thomas Crank proves rights for ye importation of Thomas Crank, 
Sr., Thomas Crank, Jr., Ann Crank, Sr., Ann Crank, Jr., Elizabeth 
Crank, and Daniel Storey. 

Lewis Bryan proves his rights for importation of Symon, William, 
Edward, Janette, Lewis, Elizabeth, Mary, Joanah, Sarah, and Ann 
Bryan, Lewis Bryan, Jr., and Elizabeth Bryan, Jr. 

Upon a petition of ye inhabitants between Chinkapin Creek and 
Wicacon praying a convenient road from John Early's to Henry 
Bradley's, Ordered, that petition be granted, and that the inhabi- 
tants be excused from clearing the former road, that John Early be 
overseer of said road. 

Ordered, that John Sessions be overseer of the highway from Ed- 
ward Smith wick's to Charleton's Meadow in Sehoikey Neck. 

Court adjourned till next court in course. 

At a Court held for Chowan Precinct, at the house of Robert Hicks,^ 
at Queen Anne's Creek, 17 April, 1716. Present Thos. Bray, Jno. 
Bird, Wm. Charlton, James Beasley, John Jordan, Thos. Garrett, Jr., 
Edward Howard. 

A Commission of the Peace from the Honble the Governor Charlea 


Eden appointing Thos. Bray, John feyrd, Wm. Charlton, James 
Beasley, Jno. Jordan, Thos. Garrett, Sr., Edward Phelps, Edward 
Howard, Thos. Pollock, Jr., Justices, was read and published. 

Thos. Bray against Christopher Dudley. Trespass. Jury empan- 
elled, James Williams, Henry Brown, Wm. Bonner, John Howcott, 
Edward Howcott, James Ward, Francis Branch, Orlando Champion, 
Rich'd Lewis, James Blount, Jr., Josepb House, James Long^ Judg- 
ment for defendant. Plaintiff appeals to General Court. 

Petition of Jacob Blount, guardian, to John Blount, praying that 
his land may be laid out according to the will of his father Thos. 
Blount, deceased. Granted and ordered that the Surveyor General lay 
out the land according to the will. 

Upon the petition of Jno. Williams, Ordered, that Mr. Edward 
Howard deliver to said Williams all his portion of the estate left 
him by his father's will. 

James Beasley, Wm. Charleton and Wm. Branch exhibited an in- 
ventory of the estate of Timo Johnson, deceased, amounting to 6£. 
12s. 6d. 

Matthew Bryan brings before the Court a boy named John Rod- 
erson, aged 5 years, and prays that he may be committed to his care. 

Ordered, that Wm. Fallow, be constable in room of John Yelver- 
ton, Tlios. Wiley in room of Thomas Hawkins. That Thomas Vin- 
cent be constable above Meherrin Creek. 

Ordered, that John Swain be overseer of the Highway in room of 
James Ward. 

Ordered that John Jones be overseer of the Highway in place of 
Francis Branch. 

Thos. Haughton overseer from widow Smith's to the Purcells, 
Richard Canady in room of Wm. Fryerley. 

Ordered that a ferry be kept at Luke White's, or some other con- 
venient place in Rockyhock, and that a road be cleared from thence 
to Ballard's Bridge, with least inconvenience to the owners of the 

Court adjourned, till to-morrow morning, 8 o'clock. 

April 18, 1716. Court met. 

The last will and testament of Henry King, is proved by the oath 
of Stephen Vanlusin, John Hays, Judith Fox. 

Ordered, that a convenient landing and road be cleared by the 
inhabitants and owners of the Highway through the lands of Thomas 
Bray in Indian Town Creek, according to direction of said Bray. 

Ordered that Elizabeth Hartley, said to be servant of the Rev. 
Dr. Urmston, be in the custody of the Marshall, John Nairn, until 
the next Court, to answer the complaint of her said master, and if 
no indentures appear, to be discharged from his service. 

Court adjourned to the next Court in course, to be held at ye 
house of Wm. Branch. 

At a Court held for the said Precinct, at ye house of Wm. Branch ; 
17 July, 1716; present 

150 North Carolina Historical 

The worshipful Thos. Bray, Jno Byrd, James Beasley, Thos. Gar- 
rett, Jr., Jusiices. 

EpHphroditus Benton proves his rights, for importation of Eliza- 
beth Jr., Lawrence, Job, Sarah and Epa Benton, and Wm. Hardy. 

Epaphroditus Benton petitions to keep a Ferry on Chowan River, 
at Cow Landing. Granted. 

Petition of Thos. Bray, praying an order to the Surveyor General 
to lay out such lands, as the law provides for the building a mill on 
the run near Hogg Neck bridge, and another on the run between 
John Birket and Jenkins Williams. Granted. 

John Swain comes into Court, acknowledges having received his 
portion of his father's estate, and discharges his Guardian. 

Ordered, that Henry Speller take into custody remaining part of 
the estate belonging to the rest of the children, of the deceased, he 
giving security next Court. 

The last will and testament, of John Baley, proved by oath of 
Henry Clark, Jeffry Lysle, and Wm. Mitchell. 

The last will testament of Richard Swinson, proved by oath of 
Mary Swinson and Gilbert Halliday. 

Henry Hill prosecutes his suit against James Fleming. Contd to 
next Court. Court adjourned to the next court in course. 

At a Court held for Chowan Precinct at ye house of Wm. Branch, 
September 16, 1716. Present, the Worshipful Wm. Charlton, Thos. 
Garrett, Jr., and Henry Speller, Justices. 

The last will and testament of Edward Smithwick, is proved by 
the oath of Robert Anderson. 

The last will and testament of Jno. Byrd, is proved by oath of 
Jno Crombie and Mary Damarile. 

The last will and testament of Wm. Bush, is proved by oath of 
Wra. Crawford. 

Ordered, that John Phillips, aged 8 years, be placed under the 
tuition of Capt. Henry Bonner. 

Upon the petition of Benj. Blount, setting forth yt he had re- 
ceived a most grievous wound in his right hand, which being healed, 
contracted the nerves and sinews, yt all his fingers and hand except 
his thumb is useless, and that it is with great diflBculty and | ain 
that he does the common oflBces of providing firewood, <fec., for his 
family, and the premises being duly considered by reason of such 
disability, is rendered incapable from yt service of the musket, and 
working on the public Highways. He is exempted from all such 
fines and forfeitures as accrued for his omission, in these services. 

Court adjourned, till to-morrow 8 o'clock. 

Wednesday, 17 8ber, 1716. Court met. 

Ordered, that Jasper Hare, 8 years old, be placed under the tuition 
of Joshua Porter, till he arrive at age of 21 years. 

Ordered, that Wm. Bonner take into his care, Wm. Hare an or- 
phan boy and bring him before the Court the 3d Monday in June 
next; said orphan is now in the care of Wm. Phillips. 

AND Genealogical Register. 151 

Ordered, that Joseph Hare, 6 years old, be placed under the tui- 
tion of Thos. Garrett, until 21 years of age. 

James Bate, against J. Fleming. Balance is found due said Bate 
of 2£. 12s. 5d. 

Adjourned to the Court in course. 

At a Court held, for Chowan Precinct, 16 April, 1717, at the house 
of William Bon wick. Present, James Beasley, Wm. Charlton, Thomas 
Garrett, Jr., John Holbrook, Henry Speller, Thos. Luten, Jr., Esq., 

A Commission of the Peace, directed to James Beasley, Wm. 
Charlton, John Jordan, Thos. Garrett, Jr., John Holbrook, Edward 
Phelps, E'lward Howard, Thomas Pollock, Jr., Lewis Bryan, John 
Dare, and Thos. Luten, Jr., was read and published. In pursuance 
of which they took the oaths of office. 

The last will and testament of Wm. Smith, proved by oath of 
Wm. Frost and Tim McCarty. 

Ordered, that Phillip Walson be constable at Cashoak District. 

Ordered, that John Bently be constable in Kesiah Neck. 

Ordered, that Wm. Hare, 5 years old, be committed to the tuition 
of Wm. Bonner until 21 years of age. 

Gerard Lynch gave bond, with Wm. Fryley and James Fleming, 
securities, for estate of Katharine King, Ann King, Mary King, and 
Charles King, children of Henry King, deceased. 

Ordered, that a ferry be kept over Kasia River, from Clover Grass, 
to Fn)si*8 Plantation. 

C«'urt adjourned to next Court in course. 

At a Court held for Chowan Precinct, 16 July, 1717, at the house 
of William Branch, present, James Beasley, Wm. Charleton, Jno. 
Jordan,Thoma8Luten, Jr., John Dove, Henry Speller, E-qs., Justices. 

The last will and testament of Sam'l Brevett, is proved by the oath 
of El ward Phelps. 

Peliiion of Francis and Thos. Rountree, to build a water mill on 
Katharine Creek Swamp. Granted. Surveyor General ordered to 
lay out the land, provided the mill is not prejudicial to the one or- 
dered laid out for Thomas Bray. 

Ordered, that Wm. Charlton, Sr., John Blount, Wm. Steward, 
Thos. Luten, Jr., Vines Cropsley, Thos. Haughton, George Haughton, 
Wm. Haughton, Wm. Harris, Jno. Falconer, and Thos. Bray, be 
appointed a jury to lay out a road from Doctor Urmston's to John 
Aiues', on Yeopim River mouth. Ordered, that Edward Arrington, 
Thomas and Chas. Stacey, be removed to the said District, and west 
on the same road, and yt Wm. Steward be overseer of said road. 

Sarah Watkins, aged 13 years, prays to choose her guardian, and 
chose Wm. Steward. Confirmed, and ordered that he take her por- 
tion of her father, John Wattkins' estate, into his custody. 

John Hardy exhibited account of estate of Wm. Luerton, showing 
debts amounting to IOIjG 8s. 6<1., and amount of estate 107£. 14s. 2d., 
and asks to be discharged therefrom. Granted. 

152 North Carolina Historical 

Ordered, that Wm. Haughton, Edward Overton, and Wm. Har- 
ris, divide the estate of John Watkins equally between his two chil- 
dren, Hannah and Sarah Watkins. 

Henry Speller exhibits inventory of the estate of John Berry, 
amounting to 25£. 19s. 2d. 

Ordered, that Isaac Hill be overseer of the highway in the room 
of Edward Bryan. 

Benj. Foreman proved rights for importation of Benj. Foreman, 
Sr., Venity, William, Mary, and Benjamin Foreman, Jr. 

Thomas Rountree proves rights for the importation of Frances, 
Ann, William, Joan, Susannah, Moses, John, Sarah, Elizabeth, Jethro, 
and Christian Rountree. 

James GriflBn proved rights for James Griffin, Sr.,. James GriflBn, 
Jr., Sarah Griffin, Sr., Sarah Griffin, Jr., John, Joseph, Susannah, 
and Moses Griffin. 

Moses Hill proved rights for importation of Moses Hill,Sr., Moses, 
Jr., Dorothy, Elizabeth, Gray, and Susannah Hill, and Thos. Ful- 

Richard Grills proved rights for 18 persons. 

Court adjourned to next Court in course. 

At a Court held for Chowan Precinct, 15 8ber., 1717, at the house 
of Wm. Branch. Present James Beasley, Wm. Charlton, John Jor- 
dan, Thos. Garrett, John Dove, John Holbrook, Henry Speller, 
Thomas Luten, Jr., Esqs., "Justices. 

Thomas Hoskins appointed Administrator of the estate of Thomas 
Coleson, deceased, Robert Hicks, Wm. Bonner, and Chas. Wilkins, 
appointed appraisers of said estate. 

The last will and testament of Will Hooker is proved by the oath 
of Wm. Crawford, and Fras Brown. 

The last will and testament of Thomas Parker is proved by the 
oath of Thomas Parker. 

Ordered, that Benj. Spivey be overseer of the Highway in place of 
Thos. Spivey. 

The last will and testament of John Goreham is proved by the 
oath of Joseph Young, and Robert Hicks. 

Wm. Stewart exhibits inventory of Sarah Watkins' estate, amount- 
ing to 44£ Is. 6d. 

Upon the petition of the inhabitants of Green Hall, ordered that 
a road be cleared out from Evans' to John Jones' landing, and that 
Richard Lewis, John Jones, Sr., Francis Branch, Thomas Jones, 
Henry Jones, Richard Fullinton, Orlando Champion, Wm. Sadler, 
Jno. Jones, Jr., Sam'l Patchett, Wm. Fallow, and Henry Bonner, be 
appointed a jury to lay out the same. Ordered, that David Hicks 
be overseer of the Highway in the district, from Middle Swamp of 
Salmon Creek, to Cheshoke Creek landing. 

Ordered, yt the inhabitants on the north side of Bare Swamp Creek, 
and those on west side Rocquis Creek, may choose a main road from 
New Market, over the head of Kesiah River, to Sandy Point, at ye 

AND Genealogical Register. 153 

mouth of Salmon Creek, and yt Robert West, Martin Gardner, Wm. 
Jones, John Hardy, John Edwards, Thos. West, John Williams, Ed^ 
ward Moore, Richard Fryer, Thomas Williams, Chas. Barber, and 
Samuel Herring, be a jury to lay out said road. 

Ordered, that John Holbrook take into his custody the estate of 
Luke Hammond, John Hardy surety. 

Court adjourned till to-morrow 8 o'clock. 

Wednesday, 16, 8ber, 1716. Court met. 

Ordered, that upon the departure of Wm. Tanner, out of the Gov- 
ernment, he commit the orphan Jno. Chandler, now in his care, to 
Henry Bonner, together with his estate. 

Court adjourned to Court in course. 

At a Court, held for Chowan Precinct, 21 July, 1717, at the 
bouse of Wm. Branch. Present, James Beasley, Wm. Charlton, 
John Jordan, Thos. Garrett, Edward Howard, John Holbrook, Thos. 
Luten, Etrqs., Justices. 

The last will and testament of Madame Mary Porter is proved by 
oath of John Lovick. 

Inventory estate of Thomas Coleman is exhibited by Robert Hicks, 
amounting to 11 £. 17s. 2d. Thomas Hoskins proved an account 
against the estate for 11£. 17s. 2d. 

Margaret Moore granted letters of administration upon the estate 
of her husband Wm. Moore. 

Ordered, that Vines Cropsley be constable in the District of 
Yeopim, to Capt. Jones', including Matt Taylor's Swamp, and Chas. 
Wilkins constable to Ballard*s Bridge, and John White from Bal- 
lard's Bridge to the bounds of Virginia. 

Ordered, that the estate given by Richard Rose, to his daughter 
Sarah, be forthwith delivered into the charge of John Hardy, Esq,, 
together with the said child Sarah Rose. 

Adjourned to the Court in course. 

At a Court, held for Chowan Precinct, 15 April, 1718. Present, 
James Beasley, Wm. Charlton, Thos. Luten, Jr., Esq*?., Justices. 

The last will and testament of Anthony Williams, is proved by 
the oath of Wm. Crawford. 

The last will and testament of Wm. Frost, is proved by the oaths 
of Wm. Lattimore and John Stancelle. 

Ordered, that John Smithwick and John Lattimore take an inven- 
tory of estate and return to next Court. On motion of John John- 
son a caveat was entered to be heard next Court. 

Ordered, that letters of administration be granted Phillip Brown, 
on estate of James Curlee. 

Ordered, that Margaret Davis an infant, 4 months old, be placed 
in the care of James Brown until she becomes 16 years of age. 

Henry Bonner prays to choose his guardian. Ordered that John 
King be appointed his guardian, and take into his custody his 

Court adjourned to Court in course. 

154 North Carolina Historical 

At a Court, held for Chowan Precinct, at the house of Wm. 
Branch. Present, John Jordan, E-lward Phelps, Henry Speiler^ 
Thos. Garrett, John Dove, Thos. Luten, E<qs., Justices. 

The last will and testament of Martin Griffin, is proved by the 
oaths of Thos. Rogers, Richard Pickerin, and John Sinithwick. 

On motion of Thos. Henraan, attorney for Wra. Stuckey, ordered 
that ye will of George Malboys be recorded, and depositions 
of Thomas and Ann Ashley, evidences thereto, be also recorded. 

The last will and testament of Tim McCarty, is proved by oath of 
Arthur Dugall; 

Jno. Hardy exhibits inventory estate of Henry Barnes. 

Ordered, that a main road be cleared from Caitawatsky t^> a land- 
ing on Chowan River, by the inhabitants of Cattawatsky. 

Ordered, that Luke Meazle, Wm, Meazle, John Bpntley and Nath'I 
Moore be appointed appraisers estate of Martin Griffin, deceased. 

Ordered, yt Lewis Bryan, Edward Bryan, Lawrence Mague, John 
Bryan, Isaac Hill, appraise estate of Henry Barnes, deceased. 

JPetition of John Cheshire to keep ferry on Meherrin River. 

Ordered, that Wm. Sharp, Wm. Crawford and Wm. Pagett ap- 
praise estate of Wm. Hooker. 

Ordered, that Luke Meazle, Phil Ward, Wm. Meazle, Jno. Smith- 
wick, John Bentley, Wm. Lattimore, John Sessions, Fras Hobson, 
Edward Smithwick, John Hobson, Robert Anderson and Rt. 
Walburton be appointed a jury to lay out the main road down 
Kesiah Neck. 

Court adjourned to the Court in course. 

At a Court, held for Chowan Precinct,2l8t 8ber, 1718, at the house 
of Wm. Branch. Present, Wm. Charlton, Jno. Jordan, Thos. Gar- 
rett, John Holbrook, Jno. Dove, Esqs., Justices. 

The last will and testament of Thos Brown, is proved by oath of 
Judith Perry. 

Inventory of the estate of Richard Moore, is exhibited by Thos. 
Jernigan, Wm. Brasswell and Robert Patterson, amounting to 32£. 
2s. 6d. 

Patrick Egrgerton, granted letters of administration upon the estate 
of Thomas May. 

The last will and testament of Ch^. Merritt proved by the oath of 
Peter Evans. 

At a Court, held for Chowan Precinct, at the house of Wm. 
Branch, 20 July, continuing to the 22d, 17l9. Present, Wm. Charl- 
ton, John Jordan, Thos. Garrett, Jr., and Thos. Luten, Jr., Esqs., 

Thomas Blitchenden granted letters of administration upon the 
estate of Edward Bon well, deceased. 

The last will and testament of John Browne proved by the oath of 
Edward Moseley. 

Henry Bonner Executor of Edward Taylor, deceased. 

Petition of Maurice Moore, continued till to-morrow morning. 
Ordered, that John Lovick appear. 

AND Genealogical Register. 155 

The Iflst will and testament of George HaugbtoD, is proved by tbe 
oath of Joshua Porter and Charles Haughton. 

Ordered, that Abraham Jones, 7 years old, be placed under the 
tuition of James Ward. 

Ordered, that Sarah Phillips, aged 9 years, dwell and abide with 
EJdward Wingate, until she becomes 16 years of age. 

Robert Walburton exhibited account of Thos. Arnold's estate. 

At a Court, held for Chowan Precinct, 21 September, 1719, at the 
house of Wm. Branch. Present, Wm. Charlton. Adjourned till to- 

September 22d, 1719. Met. Present, Wm. Charlton, James Beas- 
ley, Henry Speller, Thos. Luten, Jr. 

The last will and testament of Thomas Clark, deceased, is proved 
by the oath of Wm. Havett 

Samuel Clark petitions that Charles Wilkins be appointed his 

Charles Wilkins, Executor of Thos. Clark, petitions that the estate 
be appraised, and divided according to the will. Ordered, that John 
Porter, James Ward, Wm. Charlton and Robert Hicks be appointed 
to appraise and divide the estate. 

The last will and testament of Arthur Charlton, is proved by the 
oath of James Ward. 

On motion of Mary Skoels, ordered, that Mary, daughter of Wm. 
and Mary Skoiles, flg<d 4 years, dwell and abide with Thos. Mat- 
thews, until she arrives at the age of 16 y^ars, 

Henry Speller, guardian of the children of Stephen Swaine, give 
bond in the sum of 26()£, with James Ward and Patrick Eggerton 
sureties, for estate commiUed to his trust 

Ordered, that James Beasley, administrator estate Wm. Privett, 
pay George Durant 3£ for his burial expenses. 

Orderd, that Henry Bonner and Wm. Bonner take into possession 
all the estate belonging to the orphans of John Chandler and divide 
it between said orphans. 

Ordered, that Wm. Charlton may clear a road from his house to 
the public landing at Queen Anne's Creek, and that Wm. Bonner, 
Thomas Hoskinsand Ctiarles Wilkins lay out the same. 

At a Court, held for Chowan Precinct, 21 July, 1719, at the house 
of Wm. Branch. Present, James Beasley, Wm. Charlton, John Jor- 
dan, Thos. Garrett, Henry Speller, James Holbrook, John Dew and 
Thomas Luten, E-qs., Justices. 

Ordered, that Martha Tyner, aged 10 years, do dwell and abide 
with Mrs. Elizabeth Lee, until she arrives at the age of 16 years. 

The la^t will and testament of Richard Lewis, is proved by the 
oaths Henry and William Lyies. 

The last will and testament of Edward Smithwick, is proved by 
the oaths of Nathan and Mary Moore. 

Joseph Manear is granted letters of administration estate of Ed- 
ward Matthews, deceased. 

156 N. C. Historical and Genealogical Register. 

Wm. Ray acknowledges indenture to Wm. Charlton, to serve 7 

The last will and testament of Wm. Brown, is proved by oaths of 
Thomas Mandew and Thos. Smith. 

Mary Drake granted administration upon the estate of her de- 
ceased husband, Arnold Drake. 

Elizabeth Williams granted administration upon the estate of her 
deceased husband, Pilgrim William?. 

Arthur Williams granted permission to build a water mill on 
Turkey Creek. 

Ordered, that a road be cleared from Sarum Road to Col. Maule'a 
landing place on Chowan River, by the inhabitants on the west side 
of Bennett's Creek. 

Ordered, that Wm. Hardy be overseer of the Highway from the 
King Road to Sandy Point, at the mouth of Salmon Creek. 


J. R. B. Hathaway, Editor and Financial Agent, Edknton, N. C. 

With this issue of The North Carolina Historical and 
Gknealogical Kegister, we enter upon a comparatively new and 
un leveloped field of journalism, in North Carolina. 

To write history accurately, under tlie most favorable circum- 
etanees is a very difficult task, rendered much more so when those 
who made it, have all passed from the stage of action to the silent 
cities of the dead. We may repair to the cemeteries and pressing 
close to the portals of the tomb, ears aciitely tuned to catch the faintest 
whisper that falls from human lips, ask the sleepers there, who 
rhiv are? Whence they came? What they did? But alas! the 
oppressive silence is broken only by the echo of our words, wafted 
bavk by the wind, as it sings through the waving grass and rustling 
leaves a requiem for the repose of those who sleep beneath. We^ 
must turn to what has been written to learn their history, sad but 
true it is, here we find that fire social convulsions moth and rust, 
the destructive agents of time, have in many instances done well their 
work, and left illegible the records onr ancestors recorded with their 
own hands, and attested with their seals. 

Time is a remorseless iconoclast. The most sacred idols are ruth- 
lessly broken in his flight, and the tenderest ties severed by his stroke. 
He rules with stem decrees and an iron hand; sooner or later all 
things earthly must yield to his sceptre. The flower blooms but to 
wither at his touch, the sturdy oak in conscious strength spreads 
forth its branches, only to be riven by his fiery bolt, or wrecked by 
the fierceness of his blast Man is bom but to die, and the epitaph of 
human life may be written in a few brief words, first the cradle then 
the grave, with a short space between, seldom barren, often filled 
with weeds and thorns, sometimes laden with luscious fruits and 
^Iden grain* Character alone defies his keenest blade, and laughs in 
trinmph as the centuries march to Aeir inevitable doom, for when 

158 Editorial Department. ^ 

all the monuments of human greatness shall have faded into oblivion, 
yea, v^hen the granite hills and the firmly-rooted mountains shall have 
waxed old, and melted upon the funeral pyre of time, character 
adorned with all that is pure and good, will rise Phocnixlike from 
his ashes to grasp immortal honors, that will shine with increasing 
lustre while the cycles of eternity roll their successive roimds. 

It will be our province to glean from the public records of the 
eastern counties of North Carolina, as well as from those of the 
adjoining counties of Virginia, the history of those, who severed the 
ties of friendship, blood and home, in the old world to brave the 
perils of the deep and greater perils of the wilderness, to lay the 
foundations of a social fabric, that has become the pride of every 
North Carolinian, and the admiration of her sister States, in the 
great constellation which forms the American Union. 

To the rude log houses scattered here and there on the banks of the 
watercourses along the Atlantic seaboard, may be traced not only 
the genealogy of the State, but that also of the Kepublic. In the 
rebellion against unjust taxation and oppressive laws, shortly after 
the establishment of the Colony in North Carolina, were sown the 
seed which fruited in 1776, in the successful struggle for liberty and 
independence, out of which sprang the Republic full panoplied, 
ready to take her place among the nations of the earth. From a nar- 
row strip of land on the Atlantic Ocean, it has developed into a vast 
empire, extending from where perpetual winter locks all nature in 
its icy embrace to where perennial spring infuses its genial breath 
into bursting bud and opening flower; from where the first rays of 
morning light gild the towering spires of our eastern cities, to where 
the evening shadows fall upon the golden gates of the far-distant 
west, whose varying climate and rich domain invite the oppressed of 
every nation, to come and dwell, whe^e bounteous harvests reward the 
toil of the diligent, and labor finds a competency for the "winter 
of old age," and above all, where all the blessings of "Civil and 
Keligious Liberty*^ can be enjoyed, abridged only in social enjoy- 
ments by laws designed to elevate to a higher plane and destiny her 

We shall tell of the birth of their children, the marriage of their 
sons and daughters, the successes and distinctions they achieved in 

Editorial Department. 159 

life, silently cover with the mantle of charity their faults, and speak 
reverently and respectfully of the fall of the curtain in the last act 
of the drama of life, remembering that the foundations of our present 
civilization so well and solidly laid, is and will ever continue to be 
the credit of those who laid them, while posterity can alone claim the 
credit for the improvement and development of the rich legacy they 

The solid sturdy characters of those, who wrought well in life will 
be elevated to inspire with a laudable ambition, the youth of the 
State, to emulate their virtues and write upon history a name that 
will go down to the latest period of time. The foundation of char- 
acter is laid in the early years of life, by careful pruning and by 
<5onstant and diligent cultivation. The shattered dreams of youth, 
the ruined hopes of manhood and blasted fortunes of maturer age, left 
in the wake of time in his onward sweep, like gruesome wrecks, warn 
of neglected opportunities and a failure to improve the moments as 
they swiftly fly. 

We place the inspiration before the youth of the country, to bum 
its way deep into their minds and hearts and shoot through every 
nerve and fibre of their being, a flame of intense and earnest desire 
to achieve that success in life commensurate with the opportunities 
and possibilities by which they are surrounded, and present to the 
world a solid substantial manhood reflecting credit upon their sires 
and themselves, and leaving a heritage to posterity more to be desired 
than great riches. 

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the fruits of our labor, to be borne by its current to the homes of a 
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patronage sufficiently liberal, to make a success of the work we have 

160 Editorial Department. 

Fortitude is perhaps one of life's most useful lessons, certainly 
one of the most difficult to learn. It is taught so beautifully and 
impressively by the ferns as they bloom in the glens and dells of the 
forest, their leaves are brightest when the wind blows coldest, and 
where the shadows fall the thi)3kest. Fortitude is an essential con- 
stituent in the development of a vigorous, sturdy manhood. 

A correspondent is in quest of a copy of the MSS. records of John 
Hill's Family Bible. He lived and died in Bertie County, 1762. 
Was the father of Hon. Whitmell Hill. We will thank any of our - 
readers for information as to the present ownership of the Bible, and 
the person's address. 

We are also requested to advertise for the records of the Southwest 
Parish, later known as St. Thomas Parish, in Bertie, the records ante- 
date 1722 and probably extend to 1840 or 1850. If they can be 
found, they will be very valuable in writing up the personal history 
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that can be obtained from no other source. We hope our readers 
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c^prth 1900 

J. R. B. HATHAWAY J* Editor and Ftaancial 
Jt*)ljt Agent, ^ Edentcm, North Caroliiu ^i>>J( 



Abstract op Wills Probated Prior to 1760 163 

Taken from originals in the office of the Secretary of State, at Raleigh. N. C. 

Marriage Bonds 235 

On file in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Chowan County at 
Bdenton, 1 741- 1800. 

The First Church Built in North Carolina and its Location 256 

Copy OP Oath, WITH Signatures 267 

Required of all persons upon their qualification to office. 

LiTTLEJOHN Family 268 

Copy from a family circle, made by Maj. Roger Pleasants, and added to by his 
niece, Miss Mary Sumner Kingsbury. 

The Earliest Baptist Congregation Organized in North Carolina, 283 
Abstract op Conveyances 284 

Compiled from the records in the office of the Register of Deeds for Chowan County, 
at Kdenton. N. C. 


Takca ham loose piipets umoui; the Records of Albemarle County at Bdenton, N. C. 

Editorial Department .,- 307 

Queries and Answers 814 

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** Like leaves on trees, the race of man is found. 
Now green in youth, now withering on the ground ; 
The foU'wing spring another race supplies, 
They rise successive and successive fall ; 
So generations in their course decay, 
So'flourish these, when those are passed away." 

—Pope'* T^'anatation Homer*a Iliad. 



Vol. I. April, 1900. No. 2. 


{Executed and probated prior to 1760. Compiled from the originals in the office 

of the Secretary of State at Raleigh, N. C. The later date indicates 

the day of probate. Alphabetically arranged for the 

convenience of the reader.) 

♦Alston, John. February 20, 1755; December 2, 1758. Sons 
Solomon, William, and Phillip, daughter Mary Seward, daughter 
Elizabeth Williams, daughter Sarah Kearney, daughter Charity 
Daw8)n, wife Mary, grandson John Alston son of Solomon, Eliza- 
beth daughter of W. M. Alston, granddaughter Patlie daughter of 
Joseph John Alston, grandson William son of Phillip Alston, John 
Alston son of James, son James. Test, Seasbrook Wilson, Thomas 
Byrd, Joseph Parker. 

Allen, Hugh, Chowan. July 5, 1752. Wife Elizabeth, sons 
Joshua and John, daughters Elce, Mary and Sarah ; wife and her 
brother Joshua Spivey executors. Test, Richard Bond, Richard 
Stallings, James Bond. 

Arnold, Joseph, Perquimans. November 30, 1751. Daughter 
Mary; brothers Lawrence Arnold and William Arnold executors. 

Adams, Margaret, Newberu. July, 1765. Bernard Parkinson, 
whom I also appoint executor. Test, Mary Hawks, Ambrose Bay- 
ley, Perigan Cox. 

Allen, Eleazer, New Hanover. January 1, 1742. Wife, nephews 

*NOTE. — John Alston first appears in Chowan Precinct in 1714. He probably 
came with his wife from Surry County, Va. His son Solomon was of age in 
1727 ; he is found conveying real estate at that time. John Alston settled at or 
near Gatesville in Gates County, it being at the time a part of Chowan. Son 
Phillip married Winnefred Whitmell, daughter of Thomas Whitmell and wife 
Elizabeth Hunter Bryan, daughter of Lewis Bryan and wife Elizabeth HuDter 
of Bertie County. N. C. Daughter Mary married first Henry Guston of Edge- 
combe; second, William Seward of Isle of Wight County, Va. Daughter Eliza- 
beth married William Williams, who lived in Martin County. Daughter Sarah 
married Phillip Kearney. Charity Alston married John Dawson. Wife Mary 
was Mary Clark before her marriage. Solomon Alston married Ann Hinton. 

daughter of Col. John Hinton. James Alston married Chancy, related 

to Ruth Chancy, who married Baker. Our readers can possibly complete 

the record by furnishing names of their husbands or wives. We would be glad 
to have the information. (Chowan.) 

164 North Carolina Histokical 

and nieces William, Daniel, and Catharine Willard, children of Jo- 
siah Willard of Boston, sister Catharine Willard, mother Sarah 
Trott of South Carolina; wife Sarah sole executrix. Test, SuFanna 
Hassell, James Hassell, E. Moseley. James Hassell and Nath'l Rice 
assistant executors. 

Alford, Ann, Little River, Perquimans. April 16, 1691. Father- 
in-law, Chas. Jones, Tabyther Alford, Sarah Alford, my children ; 
Chas. Jones, executor. Test, John Huntt, William Pindor, Hannah 

Armour, John, Pasquotank. April 3, 1729. Son John, wife Eliz- 
abeth,* daughters Ann and Mary. 

Anderson, John, Perquimans. January 27, 1744-45.' Friend 
Christopher Sutton, Jane, Mullen, Abraham Mullen's children; 
Christopher Sutton and Abraham Mullen executors; Mary Mullen, 
daughter of Abraham. March 5, 1740. Test, Geo. Wood, Ellender 

Adams, John, Bath. February 17, 1733-'4. Sons Abraham, 
James, Emanuel, John, and Thomas, daughters Rachel, Martha, and 
Mary; sons Abraham and James executors. Test, Olive Blackburn, 
John Aldershire, Robert Sharpies. 

Alligood, Richard, Beaufort. January 22, 1755; September 19, 
1755. Son Hilery Lytea Alligood, son William, Matthew Bauer; 
sons William and Hilery executors. Test, Geo. Jenkins, Martha 
Jenkins, John Alligood. 

Addison, Richard, Scuppernong, Tyrrell. August 2, 1720; Janu- 
ary Court, 1724. Wife Sarah, whom I also appoint executrix. Test, 
Sam'l Spruell, Robert Fewox, Chas. Craddock. 

Anolyne or Aredine, Peter, Bertie. March 14, 1710. Son Henry, 
daughter Ann, son Peter; Jno. Anolyne or Aredine, and Thos. Pol- 
lock executors. Test, Lawrence Sarson, John Jones, Robert West, 
Thos. Ashley. 

Armstrong, James. 22 , 1685. Friend Richard Graye. Test, 

Henry White, William Jarson. November, 1685. 

Ambrose, David, Chowan. July 14, 1745; August 1, 1745. Wife 
Susanna, sons David, Jesse, and Israel, daughters Mary, Susannah, 
and Mourning; speaks of plantation where David Bush lives, and 
bequeaths it to sons Jesse and Israel; son William; wife executrix. 
Proved before Enoch Hall, Chief Justice. Test, Jacob Previtt, David 
Bush, James Craven. 

Adams, Matthew, Chowan. August 9, 1703 ; November 26, 1708. 
Son Matthew, daughter Ellinor; wife Sarah executrix. Test, Thos. 
Blount, James Bonner. 

Alexander, Anthony, Tyrrell. July 29, 1746. Sons Anthony and 
Joseph, daughter Ann, sons Samuel and Benjamin, daughters Rachel 
and Priscilla, son Isaac, daughter Sarah, son-in-law Thomas Bate- 

* Note.— Wife Elizabeth was the daughter of David Bailey. She married 
second Simon Bryan, being his second wife. 

AND Genealogical Register. 165 

man, sons John, Josias and Gideon, daughter Jane, my four young- 
est daughters Naome, Casiah, Jane and Selah; son Joshua executor. 
Test, Benj. Bidgood, Thos. Best, Christian Alexander. 

Arthur, John, Craven. January 7, 1750-1; March 2, 1750-1. 
Eldest son John in Maryland, son James in Craven, wife Bridget, 
sons Matthew and William, daughters Ann and Mary; wife and son 
Matthew executors. Test, Cdas. Evitt, Robert Moore, Amacy Moore. 

Adams, Charles, Newbern. March 20, 1757; April 20, 1757. All 
my estate to my wife Margarett, whom I appoint executrix. Test, 
J. Vail, Nath'l Richardson, Vinyard Bond. 

Aldlridge. John, Bath. December 28, 1705; April 2, 1706. Wife 
Dorothy, whom I also appoint executrix. Test, A. Slocumb, Rich'd 
Sdoith Probated at Court held at the house of Wm. Barrow. 

Amblers, William, Perquimans. April 7,1745; 3d Wednesday, 
July, 1745. Brother Richard Ambler of Yorktown, Va., John Ste- 
venson of this county for his son William, Zachariah Nixon and his 
wife, Eliza and Henrv Phelps, Jonathan Phelps, John Barclift for 
his son Demsey, Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, Benj. Baptist, Elizabeth 
wife of Zachariah Nixon, Joseph, Thomas and Sarah Stevenson. 
John Stevenson executor. Test, Sam'l Scolley, Wm. Harold, Francis 

Alderson, Simon, Beaufort. No date. Son Levi, daughter Sarah, 
Thos. Cooper and his wife Jenny, son John, daughter Elizabeth, 
wife Elizabeth Roben. Test, Robert Howard, William Martin, James 

Adams, Roger. Lucy Green, property bequeathed me by her late 
father, John Green; wife Frances executrix; Gov. Gabriel Johnston, 
Sam'l Woodward, Robt. Hamilton, James Merry, and James Jones 
assistants. Test, Robert Knowles, Jas. Menzies. Probated August, 
1739. County not stated. 

Albertson, Albert, Sr., Perquimans. February 10, 1701 ; April 14, 
1702. Sons Peter, Nathan, Albert, and Esau, son Peter's wife Ann, 
son Nathaniel; sons Peter and Nathaniel executors. Test, John 
Falconer, Nath'l Nicholson. 

AUford, Joseph, Albemarle. December 18, 1689. Wife Ann, 
whom I appoint executrix. Test, Charles Jones, John Barbee, 
Ludford Juy. 

Anderson, George, Granville. July 6, 1757. St. John's Parish. 
Wife Mary, daughter Eave Anderson, George son of my brother 
William Anderson, son George, Elizabeth daughter of John Under- 
wood; wife Mary and Osborne Jeflfreys executors. Test, John Bra- 
zer, William Anderson, Thomas Smith. 

Anderson, Carolus, Northampton. Daughter Rachel Warren; 
land bought of Capt. Wm. Baker, grandson Carolus Warren, daugh- 
ter Mary Anderson, daughter Sarah Anderson; wife executrix. Feb- 
ruary 10, 1752; February Court, 1753. Test, Nicholas Boon, Wil- 
liam Boon. 

Abington, Thomas, Pasquotank. November 13, 1707; December 

166 North Carolina Historical 

28, 1707. Mary Pope daughter-in-law to Francis Delamare, grand- 
daughter Mary Tully, George Ellis, Charles Griffin, Tobias Knight, 
John Palin, Thos. Palin, Mrs. Elizabeth Hecklefield; Tobias Knight, 
John and Thos. Palin executors. Test, John Hecklefield, Francis 
Gilbert, Mary Cookoo. 

Aheir, John, Onslow. Wife Elizabeth, son William, daughter 
Elizabeth; wife executrix. Test, Stephen Howard, Stephen How- 
ard, Jr. January 19, 1744-45; October, 1746. 

Allday, Thomas, Bertie. Son-in-law Wm. Coward, his brother 
Benj. Coward, William and Thomas Highman, Mrs. Dianah Sander- 
lin; Henry Hunter and John Smith executors. March 16, 1754; 
May Court, 1754. Test, Thos. Hyman, Moses Hunter, John Brogden. 

Arenton, Christopher, Chowan. April 22, 1753; July, 1753. 
Daughter Abigail Hubberd, son William, wife Sarah, my six chil- 
dren ; Robert Beasley, Thos. White, and Thos. Pierce to divide estate. 
Test, Mary Creecy, Thos. Pierce, John Fennele. 

Anderson, Elizabeth, widow of John Anderson, Perquimans. 
May 25, 1757; January Court, 1760. Son John, daughter Abigail 
Charles, son Samuel, granddaughter Elizabeth Henbe, grandson 
William Arnold, granddaughter Sarah Henbe, grandson Joshua 
Albertson son of Elihu; William Arnold, son John, and Wm. Al- 
bertson executors. Test, Sam'l Anderson, John Bos well, Joseph Bos- 

Anderson, James, Perquimans. February 13, 1741-42; Decem- 
ber 14, 1742. Sons James and John; my friend Richard Skinner 
and son John executors. Test, Thos. Jessope, Thos. Bateman. 

Arlow, James, Wilmington. December 27, 1757 ; February Court, 
1758. Nephew John Arlow, wife Bridgett; Benj. Morrison and wife 
executors. Test, Ben. Wheatley, Arthur Mabson, John Jones. 

Arnell, Edmund, Chowan. April Court, 1752. Wife Pleasant, 
daughter Hannah Stallings, grandchildren James and Hannah Stal- 
lings; son Edward executor. Test, John Sumner, Richard Brothers, 
Abscilla Webb. 

Anesley, Solomon, Tyrrell. Daughters Sarah, Mary, Elizabeth, 
and Ann, sons John and Joseph, daughters Rachel and Easter, wife 
Sarah. August 27, 1750; March Court, 1751. Test, Samuel Spru- 
ell, Matthew Carswell, Sam'l Spruell, Jr. 

Andrews, Warren, Tyrrell. May 4, 1772; February 28, 1774. 
Son Edmund for use of my daughter Millie Blount and her children 
during the life of her husband Thomas Blount, grandson Benj. 
Blount, daughter Martha Pearse and her son Lovick Pearce^, daugh- 
ter Elizabeth Andrews, sons Etheldred and Levi, wife Sarah; sons 
Edmund, Etheldred, and Levi executors. Test, Wm. Ellis, John 
Sherrod, Ruben Sherrod. 

♦Note. — Lovick Pearce mentioned in this will was probably related to the 
ancestor of Rev. Lovick Pearce, D. D., of Georgia. The name or Pierce is spelled 
differently, but in former years the spelling was phonetic. Bishop George F. 
Pierce, son of Rev. Lovick Pierce, D.D., was born in Halifax County, N. C. 

AND Genealogical Register. 167 

Allen, James, Edgecombe. December 4, 1733; February Court, 
1733-4. James KeUy; John Nairne executor. Test, William Cell, 
Ann Stone, John Stone. 

Anderson, Joseph, Edenton. Daughter Mary, wife Ann*, daugh- 
ter-in-law Lucy Martin, Ann infant daughter of my daughter-in-law 
Agnes Martin, brother Rev. James Anderson at or near Lundy, 
sister Margaret Anderson in Bonnetown near Leith. December 24, 
1750; third Thursday, January, 1750-51. Test, Peter Payne, John 

Ashley, John, Anson. February 19, 1759. Sons John and Fran- 
cis, daughter Mary Ann Franks, Euliner Sutton, daughter Rose 
Touchstone, son William, daughter Sarah Ashley, son Turden; wife 
Mary executrix. Test, Richard Yarbrough, Christopher Touchstone. 

Adams, Peter, Chowan. December 13, 1745. March 31, 1746. 
Brother John Adams and his children, sister Mary Mounie of Credi- 
ton in Devonshire, Great Britain, wife Sarah, son John brother 
John of Wrentham, New England; Wm. Hoskins, Henry Bonner, 
and John Lewis executors. Test, Wm. Luten, Wm. Lewis. 

Albertson, Isaac, Pasquotank. February 12, 1759; March Court, 
1759. Wife Jemima, daughter Ruth. Test, Thomas Craghill, Isaac 
Litton, Sarah Martin. 

Ansell, John, Currituck. April 6, 1753; March Court, 1755. Son 
John, wife, son William, grandson James Ansell, son Nathan, daugh- 
ter Sarah's children, son Caleb, daughter Lebasta, daughter Mary; 
son John executor. Test, Caleb White, Joshua White, Paul Elison. 

Abercrombie, Hannah, Pasquotank. August 12,1754; January 
Court, 1755. Daughter Catherine Chamberlain, granddaughter Lucy 
Chamberlain, grandson Jeremiah Chamberlain, grandsons Jeremiah 
Everton and William Everton, granddaughter Hannah Everton, 
grandsons Edwin Everton and James Everton, granddaughter Court- 
ney Chamberlain, granddaughter Aby Chamberlain; daughter Cath- 
erine Chamberlain executrix. Test, Thos. Taylor, William Coale. 

Adams, John, York, Massachusetts Bay. June 6, 1750. Joseph 
Balch, John Gewel, Francis Stringer, William Heritage, wife Mary, 
my children; wife and Jos. Balch executors. Test, Jer. Vail, Ger- 
shon Spear, Rd. Lovett. 

Albertson, Joshua, Perquimans. Son Francis, wife Mary, daugh- 
ters Elizabeth, Mary and Penelope; wife, brothers Aaron and Wil- 
liam Albertson executors. 5th day, 8th month, 1758; October 
Court, 1753. Test, Phineas Nixon, Nathaniel Albertson, Jno. 

Armstrong, John, Currituck. Wife Afiah and her children ; wife 
executrix. March 28, 1753; March Court, 1755. Test, Thomaa 
Williams, Joshua Brent, Lucy Putt. 

Allen, Andrew, Newbern. October 29, 1762; November 15, 1762: 
Thos. Wallton son of John and Hannah in the county of Kent, 

♦Note.— Wife Ann was Mrs. Ann Martin of Bertie County. 

168 North Carolina Historical 

Md., Grace Meers wife of Elisba Meers, Grace being the daughter of 
Stephen Walton of Accomack County, Va., wife Priscilla daughter 
of Jacob Van Pelt in Craven County, N. C; friends Joseph Parker 
and Gilbert Ker, brother-in-law John Van Pelt,* Jacob Van Pelt, 
wife, and Gilbert Ker executors. Test, Anthony Van Pelt, Freder- 
ick Gibble, Ann Gibble. 

Anderson, Joseph, Perquimans. 23d, 7th month, 1761; October 
Court, 1751. Daughter Elizabeth, child in esse; wife and Zachariah 
Nixon executors. Test, Silvanus Henbe, Samuel Anderson. 

Arthur, John, Chowan. May 29, 1735; October Court, 1735. 
William Falaw, Jacob Privit, John Hanah; Thomas and Constant 
Luten executors. Test, William Goldsberry, Humphrey Webb, 
Edward Howcutt. 

Adams, Abraham, Sr. October 3, 1733; March 13, 1733-34. Sons 
Abram, Richard, Willowby, and William, daughter Abia; wife 
Bathia executrix. Test, Phillip Shute, Mary Shute, John CoUison. 

Arenton, William, Craven. Wife Mary, children Rebecca, Mary, 
and Leah; Henry Sheppard executor. January 23, 1761. Test, 
Edmund Hatch, Martin Sheppard. 

Albertson, Nathaniel. February 13, 1752; January Court, 
1752-53. Sons Joshua and William, William's grandfather Samuel 
Nicholson, daughter Hannah, grandsons Benj. and Chalkley Albert- 
son, sons of William, daughter Elizabeth Newby, son Aaron, daugh- 
ter Lydia Trueblood ; sons Joshua, William, and Aaron executors, 
Test, Joshua Perisho, James Henbe, Mary Morris. 

Avent, Thomas, Northampton. April 15, 1751 ; February Court, 
1752. Brother William Avent, wife Volla, my children. Test, 
Richard Moore, John Davis. 

Avery, John, Hyde. October 27, 1740. Wife Jane, Martha 
Smith, Agnes Slade wife of Ebenezer Slade^ Thomas, William and 
Samuel Smith, sons of John Smith, Sr., Lydia Russell wife of Benj. 
Russell, Elizabeth Smith widow, Elizabeth Smith daughter of John, 
Dorcas Smith daughter of John, Dorcas Worldly, John Smith son of 
John, Sr., James Avery, Gilbert McNary, cousin Kezia Hadley, 
Elizabeth Collins daughter of Uriah Collins, Foster Jervis, John 
Smith son of William, Lydia Cartright; James Avery of Virginia, 
Jno. Smith, Sr., and Jr., and Foster Jervis executors. Test, Uriah 
Collins, William Silvester, William Giddens. 

Arrington, Williani, Northampton. July 11, 1750; February 
Court, 1752. Sons Briggs and William, James Ross son of Sarah, 
friend Nathan Williams, Elizabeth Riggin daughter of Daniel ; Col. 
John Dawson and Nathan Williams executors. Test, Henry Daw- 
son, John Pitman, John Brock. 

Allen, Sarah, widow of Eleazer, Wilmington, Thomas Frank- 

* Note.— Were John, Jacob, and Anthony Van Pelt related to Capt. John 
Van Pelt of Bertie County ? The latter settled there about 1720, coming into the 
Ck>lony from New York. 

AND Genealogical Register. 169 

land of South Carolina, niece Mrs. Sarah Franklacd, niece Mrs. 
Mary Jane Dry, my nieces daughters of my sister Moore, viz, Mrs. 
Sarah Smith of Charleston, S. C, Mrs. Harlston of the same place, 
and Mrs Anna Swan of Cape Fear, my grandnieces Miss Mary 
Frankland and Harriet Frankland, my grandniece Miss Rebecca 
Dry, grandniece Miss Susanna Hassell, grandniece Mary Hassell, 
Mrs. De Rossett, Sr., friend William Dry, James Murray; William 
Dry and Henry Hyrne executors; in case of death of either, Fred'k 
Jones to be substituted and next Benj. Hyrne. William Bamp- 
field executor of that parf of my estate in South Carolina. January 
5, 1761 ; April 1, 1761. Test, George Moore, Elizabeth De Rossett, 
James Colson. 

Arnold, John, Perquimans. April 11, 1735; July 1, 1735. Wife 
Elizabeth, son John, child in esse, daug:bters Elizabrtb and Sarah; 
wife and Samuel Parsons executors. Test, James Gibson, William 

♦Alston, Joseph John, Halifax. January 5, 1780; August Term, 
1781. Sons John and Philip, daughter Pattie Merony, son William, 
son Willis, grandsons John, Joseph and William, sons of William, 
grandson Joseph John, son of William, his brother William, son 
Henry, daughter Mary Palmer, John Cooper, daughter Uphan Wil- 
son dooper, son Joseph John, grandson Joseph John Alston sou of 
John, grandson John Alston son of Phillip, sons John, Phillip, Wil- 
liam, Willis, and Henry, daughters Patiie and Euphen Wilson 
Cooper, Wesley Jones, Solomon Williams, William Alston son of 
Phillip, James Alston ; John Jones and son Joseph John Alston 
executors. Test, Robert Green, John Green, Wiley Green. 

Bond Vinyard, Beaufort. March 5, 1762; November 5, 1762. 
Wife Sarah, son Sweeting, daughter Sarah, sisters Sarah, Mary, and 
Margaret ; wife and her brother John Caruthers executors. Test, Wm. 
Peyton, Wm. Trippe, Henry Lacy, Thos. Lea. 

Benbow, Gershon, Bladen. January 12, 1751. Sons Powell, 
Richard, and Evans, daughter Susanna ; son Powell and brother 
Charles Benbow executors. Test, Abraham Sanders, Richard May, 
John Jones. 

Bateman, Jonathan. January 27, 1694-95. Wife Elizabeth, 
children Jonathan, John,. Thomas and Mary; son Jonathan execu- 
tor. Test, Thos. Hassold, John Twigger, Diana White. 

Beveret, Benjamin, New Hanover. October 25, 1749 ; August 24, 
17r3. Son Benjamin, wife and four children ; Henry Carter and 
Thos. Kennan executors. Test, Hugh McCanne, William Savage. 

Brown, Jonas, Northampton. January 25, 1741 ; August Court, 
1743. Godson Jonas Brown son of brother William, wife Eveith, 
whom I appoint my executors. Test, W. Boddie, Mary Boddie. 

Browne, Walter, Bertie. October 17, 1 735; February Court, 1735-36. 
Son Josiah, cousin Jane Drake, wife Mary, land south of Cata- 

*NoTE. — Son of John Alston, of Chowan. 

170 North Carolina Historical 

watsky; wife executrix. Test, John Battle, Jpsse Brown, John 

Brown, William, Beaufort. September 9, 1751; Bath Court, De- 
cember, 1751. Wife Elizabeth, son John, daughters Mary and 
Sarah; wife and son John executors. Test, John Linton, John 
Chester; Lemuel Corkson. 

Brown, James, Beaufort. November 13, 1736; July 20, 1750. 
Wife Dorothy, her late husband Rowland Porter Finch, children 
Mary and Anna Brown, William son of my last wife; Mitchell Cou- 
lanch and Abraham Duncan executors. .Test, Daniel Blirz, Rich- 
ard Bassett, Jr., James Rigney. 

Brown, James, Edgecombe. March 6, 1773; March 25, 1774. 
Daughter Milly Brown, daughters Rachael, Catharine, and Sally, 
son James, daughter Ann ; Benj. Amason executor. Test, James 
Amason, Jesse Amason, William Amason. 

Brown, Francis, Sr., Bertie. November 7, 1748 ; November Court, 
1750 Sons Francis, William, and John, daughters Anna, Mary, Sarah, 
Jane, and Elizabeth, youngest son Benjamin, John Wynns overseer 
of my will. Test, Isaac Hill, Daniel Van Pelt, Geo. Riviet. 

Brown, John, Halifax. March 13, 1758 ; June Court, 1759. Son 
Nathan, wife Patience, Patience Pope, Elizabeth Edwards, Priscilla 
Brown, Hardy Brown, Henrietta Brown, Sarah Brown, Olive Brown, 
grandson Biiral Shelton; son Nathan, Nathan Brown, Samuel Ed- 
wards, and Ladoma:n executors. Test, John Pope, Geo. Crudup, 

Nicholas Dixon. 

Brown, Phillip, Bertie. December 10, 1725. John McFarlin, 
wife Tomsin; wife and John McFarlin executors. Test, William 
Maule, John White, Benjamin Sanders. 

Brown, James, Carotuck. April 5, 1721. Wife Mary, plantation 
where Trueman McBride lives, son William, grandson to Gov. Mar 
cum ; wife Mary executrix. Test, James Adams, Jos. Sanderson 
Elizabeth Sanderson. 

Brown, John, Chowan. November 28,1718; October 21,1718. 
Wife Anne, Jacob Pritchard, son of my wife; wife executrix. Test, 
James Robertson, Elizabeth Swann, Edward Moseley. 

Barefield, Richard, Bertie. November 22, 1728. Wife Mary 
sons Richard, William, James and Solomon, Barsheba Melton, grand 
son Richard Barefield, son Thomas. Test, William Jones, Thomas 
Whipple, Alexander Cotton. 

Barefield, John, Onslow. November 4, 1742. Daughter Mary 
Edwards by my first marriage, daughters Sarah Jones and Rose 
Barefield, son Luke, wife Elizabeth mother of Luke, daughter 
Judith, two youngest children by my second marriage; wife and 
brother James Barefield executors. Test, John Gourley, James 
Barefield, Richard Johnston. 

Bridgers, Samuel, Northampton. Daughters Mary and Patience; 
Wm. Boon executor. December 12, 1748; February Court, 1756. 
Test, John Bardin, Jesse Bardin, Jos. Bridgers, Jr. 


Bridgers, William, Bertie. March 11, 1728; November Court, 
1729. Son William, daughter Sarah, sons Joseph and John, brother 
Benjamin, father John Dew ; wife Sarah, William Bryant, and John 
Dew executors. Test, John Danson, Wm. Bryant, Mary Haise. 

Bridgers, William, Bertie. November 16, 1729; May Court, 1730. 

Sons Joseph and Benjamin, daughter , daughter Elizabeth ; son 

Samuel executor. Test, John Woodvil, John Bardin, Edmund 

Briggers, William, Johnston. September 30, 1751 ; December 
Court, 1751. Joel Martin, Lucrese Martin ; Phillips Jones executor. 
Test, James Bryant, James Jacocks, James Gooding. 

Bell, William, Edgecombe. December 1, 1752; May Court, 1754. 
Sons Arthur and Joshua, daughter Mary Pyrent, daughter Anne, 
granddaughter Sarah Pyrent; sons Arthur and Joshua executors. 
Test, James Atkinson, Wm. Cain, Rebecca Cain. 

Bell, Thomas, Chowan. December 11, 1733; January Court, 
1733-34. Cousins William, Thomas, Anne, and Jane Bell children 
of my brother John, cousin William Mackey ; wife Elizabeth and 
William Mackey executors. Test, Samuel Durrance, William Down- 
ing, Hannah Girkin. 

Bell, John, Pasquotank. 1720-21; November 29, 1721. Son 
James, land at Alligator and in Maryland, sons George, John, Wil- 
liam, and Nathaniel, daughter Mary, sons Henry, Joseph, and Ben- 
jamin ; wife Mary executrix. Test, Wm. Willson, Samuel Cock, 
Darby Twilenant. 

Bell, Elizabeth, widow, Tyrrell. June 16, 1750; November 30, 
1750. Sister Margaret, daughter in London, South Britain, brother- 
in-law James Turnbull, William Mackey, my deceased husband's 
nephew ; Cullen Pollock executor. Test, Thos. Lee, John Gomen, 
Bedford Fagan. 

Bell, William, Currituck. August 27, 1721 ; August 31,1721. Son 
William, wife and children. Test, Thomasin O^Neal, Deborah 
Pell, Sarah Walker. 

Bell, George, Edgecombe. February 18, 1755 ; May Court, 1755. 
Sons George, John, and David ; wife Sarah and son John executors. 
Test, Arthur Bell, Geo. Bell, Rose Channel. 

Bell, Joseph, Carteret. March 12, 1744-45; June Court, 1745. 
Wife Margaret, son Thomas, John Nelson ; son Thomas and John 
Nelson executors. Test, Thomas Harris, Richard Booth, Matthew 

Bell, George, Edgecombe. December 21, 1752; February Court, 
1752. Son Arthur, daughter Elizabeth Floyd, son William Wil- 
liams, daughters Martha and Mary; Francis Floyd and Arthur 
Bell executors. Test, Wm. Portis, Thos. Bell, Thos. Floyd. 

Bell, Thomas, Edenton, August 28, 1751; October Court, 1751. 
My cousins the children of Robert McRee, and James Car, Anne 
Dennam, Capt. Wm. Mackey; br6ther-in-law Alex Stuart and 
James Waddell, executors. Test, James Trotter, Jemima Allen, 
James Campbell. 

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Bell, Cornelius. August 1, 1729 ; December Court, 1729. Wife, 
sons Jonathan, Cornelius, and George, daughter Mary, John Sothey 
Bell; son Cornelius executor. Test, Edward Hadley, Thomas Ful- 
ler. (Currituck.) 

Beverly, John, Bertie, Sons John and Robert, daughters Sarah 
Cox and Mary Peck, granddaughter Rachel Beverly, granddaughter, 
daughter of Sarah Burnby. grandson William Cox, grandsons Wil- 
liam and Henry Beverly, wife Margaret; John and 'Joseph Jones 
executors. December 2, 1737; February Court, 1737-38. Test, 
James Douglas, Eliza Douglas, John Sutton. 

Byrd, John, Chowan Precinct. September 13, 1716; October 
Court, 1716. Eldest son John, sons Edward, William, and Richard, 

wife Rebecca Bayard,* Anne, Richard, and Bayard, child in 

esse; wife Rebecca Bayard and John Hardy executors. Test, John 
Crombie, Susanna Williams, Mary Pamvell. 

Bird, Thomas, Bertie. Sons Thomas and Henry, wife Elizabeth, 
son Edmund, daughters Hannah Baker, Elizabeth Jones, Margaret 
Holloman, Sarah Bird, and Ann Bird ; wife executrix. December 
14, 1742; February Court, 1742. Test, Chas. Holloman, Thos. 
Baker, Antho' Webb. 

Barrow, William, Hyde. Sons John, Thomas, George, and Moses, 
youngest sons Zachariah and Shadrach, brother John ; son-in-law 
James Cakes and Shiprite Chismore executors. April 5, 1746. 
Test, Nath'l Eborn, Martha Eborne, John Barrow. 

Barrow, William, Edgecombe. October 20, 1758 ; December 
Court, 1758. Son William executor ; wife Priscilla, daughter Anna 
Fort, granddaughter Elizabeth Fort. Test, James Barnes, Drew 
Smith, William Barnes. 

Barrow, Joseph, Perquimans. 13th, 2d month, 1753; April Court, 
1753. Wife Sarah, child in esse^ son William ; wife executrix. Test, 
Joseph White, Mary Sherwood. , 

Barrow, William, Hyde. January 8, 1715; October 23, 1716. 
Sous WilHam, John, Richard, Samuel, Joseph, and James, daughters 
Anne and Sarah ; wife Elizabeth and son William executors. Test, 
Thos. Bonner, Thos. Martin, John Carter. 

Barrow, John, Perquimans. Sister Sarah ; Zachariah Nixon and 
Francis Toms executors. February 17, 1742-43 ; March 5, 1742-43. 
Test, James Skinner, William Jones, Joseph Barrow, Jr. 

Barrow, John, Hyde. August 23, 1748; probated 1748. Brothers 
Zachariah Barrow, Moses, Thomas, George, and Frederick Barrow, 
sisters Rebecca Barrow and Ann Downing; uncle John Barrow ex- 
ecutor. Test, Nath'l Eborne, John Harvey, Thos Simons. 

Barrow, James, Chowan. June 11, 1718; October 11, 1719. 
Brother Joseph, sister Joana Williams, Francis Pettitt, wife Sarah, 

♦Note.— John Hardy's wife at the time of his death in 1719 was named Re- 
becca ; was she his second wife and the widow of John Byrd ? Who can answer 
the query? 

AND Genealogical Register. 173 

daughter Sarah, cousia Sarah daughter of John Barrow, Jr.; wife ex- 
ecutrix. Tesr, Francis Smith, Thos. Pierce, Jr., John Anderson. 

Barrow, John, Perquimans. June 11, 1718; August 12, 1719. 
Wife Rachel, son John, children Sarah, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Marga- 
ret, Joseph Barrow to take Francis Pettitt in his care; wife and 
brother Joseph executors. Test, Francis Smith, John Williams^ 
James Barrow, John Lendiow. 

Barrow, Joseph, Beaufort. June 19, 1752. Sons James, John, and 
Joseph; wife Jean and brother John executors. Test, John Ber* 
geron, Robt. Flake, Wm. Michall. 

Barrow, Joseph, Perquimans. 17th day, 3d month, 1752; Janu- 
ary Court, 1755. Sons John and William, daughters Ann and Or- 
pah, wife Sarah, daughters Elizabeth Bundy and Jane Jones, grand- 
son William Barrow, my four children by my last wife, sons Josiah, 
JoliD, and William Barrow; Ann and Orpah Barrow executrix. 
Test, Thomas Pierce, John Swain, Joshua Long. 

Barrow. Edmund, Northampton. March 22, 1758; July Court, 
1758. Sons John, Benjamin, and James, daughters Elizabeth and 
MaVy, wife Mary. Test, John Turner, James Gary, Jr. 

Barrow, Rebecca, Perquimans. January 13. 1721. Sister Sarah 
Barrow, whom I appoint my executrix. Test, J. Butler, Christopher 

Brady, Joseph, Chowan. November 19, 1752; July Court, 1753. 
Daughter Elizabeth Hartlock, grandson John Dickins, his mother 
Suflfrah, granddaughter Tamer Brady, son John, daughter Mary, 
James. Test, Jacob Rogers, Joseph Brady, Tamer Brady. 

Brady, James, Chowan. Augu^t, 1750; January Court, 1750-51. 
Sons Joshua, James, and Joseph, grandson James Conner; wife 
Grace and son James executors. Test, Ed. Warren, Mary Powel, 
Henry Goodman. 

Bobbitt, John, Bertie. May 7, 1736; November Court, 1736. 
Eldest son William, son Thomas, daughters Frances, Mary, and 
Amy; William Bobbitt, Robert Green, John Massey, and James 
Brogden executors, lest, James Bekes, Richard Massey, Francis 

Barclift, Joshua, Perquimans. November 29, 1755; January 
Court, 1756. Sons William and James, daughters Miriam and Ann, 
son Blake, wife Mary, child in esse; cousin John Barclift, Joseph 
Robinson, and nephew Wm. Trumbull executors. Test, James Gib- 
son, Tulle Williams, George Lee. 

Barclift, John, Perquimans. July Court, 1759. Wife ElizMbeth 
part of my brick house, daughter ELzabeth Sanderson, sons John, 
Demsey, Asa, Benjamin, and Noah, daughter Mary Barclift; Sam*l 
Sutton and Thos. Stevenson executors. Test, James Gibson, Samuel 
Barclift, Mathias Johnson. 

Barclift, Thomas, Perquimans. November 14, 1750; January 
Court, 1750-51. Daughter Sarah Bidgood, sons Thomas, William, 
and Joseph, daughter Elizabeth Wright, daughter Mary Jackson, 

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daughter Anne Gordon; wife Elizabeth executrix. Test, James Gib- 
son, John Barclift. 

Barclift, William, Perquimans. March 2, 1747-48; January Court, 
1748-49. Sons Joshua, Samuel, Joseph, Thomas, and John, daugh- 
ter Mary Gibson, grandson William Barclift son of Joshua; cousin 
John Barclift and Edmund Hatch executors. Test, John Nichols, 
John Barclift, Edmund Hatch. 

Burnby, Thomas, Pasquotank. May 12, 1687. Wife Hannah, 
brothers-in-law Edmund and William Chancy, father John Burnby, 
brothers John and William Burnby, sister Sarah Burnby; wife ex- 
ecutrix. Test, Rich'd Paddock, Elizabeth Mabry, John Bull, Doro- 
thy Still. 

Beels, Jacob, Pasquotank. May 15, 1746; July Court, 1746. 
Daughters Tabitha, Mary, Barbary, and Elizabeth; brother John 
Beels executor. 

Blanchard, Ephraim, Chowan. July 27, 1745; April Court, 1749. 
Sons Aaron, Ephraim, and Micajah, granddaughter Mary Griffin, 
her sister Sarah Griffin; wife Isabel and son Ephraim executors. 
Test, Thomas Rountree, Sr., Charles Rountree, Thos. Rountree. 

Bright, Henry, Currituck. May 23, 1749; July Court, 1749. 
Daughters Bridget, Mary, Ann, and Lucy, sons Caleb, Silas, John, 
and Henry, daughter Courtney; son Henry executor. Test, James 
Buruham, Samuel Bright, Ann Bright. 

Bright, William, Craven. January 12, 1754; November 6, 1754. 
Son Stockwell, daughters Susanna, Ann Nelson, Eleanor, and Mary, 
granddaughter Sarah Bright, grandson Harmon Geiskins, grand- 
daughter Mary Bright, daughter Hannah, wife Ann. Test, James 
Arthur, Sarah Arthur, Wm. Carruthers. 

Bright, Simon, Dobbs. November 23, 1775; January 15, 1777: 
Wife Mary, sons Simon, Graves and James, daughters Mary, Sally, 
and Elizabeth Bright; Richard Casswell, John Cooke, and brother 
James Bright executors. Test, E. Cooke, Richard Casswell, J. Glas- 

Bright, Solomon, Currituck. February 4, ; June Court, 1755. 

Sous Hance and Solomon, wife Mary, all my children; wife execu- 
trix. Test, Thomas Williams, William Williams, Thomas Davis. 

B)oth, James, Newton, Cape Fear. February 12, 1737-38; Feb- 
ruary 18, 1737-38. Jonathan Ogden, Roger Rolfe, Richard Ogden, 
Sr., whom I also appoint my executors. Test, Richard Ogden, Ann 
Shirley, Ann Rolfe. 

Booth, George, Knott^s Island. February 12, 1729; July 7, 1730. 
Sons John and George, daughter Hannah Simmons. 

Booth, John, Carteret. December 14, 1751; December 17, 1751. 
My wife and children. Test, George Bell, John Simpson. 

Bould, George, Craven. July 12, 1745; September Court, 1745. 
Brother Joseph Bould, Francis Stringer, John Snead, James Maule- 
wein, George Powell son of John ; wife Mary executrix. Test, Thos. 
Fox, Mary Coor, Fielder Powell, James Coor. 

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Burtonshall, Richard, Tyrrell. September 15, 1740; September 
Court, 1743. Wife Margaret executrix, grandson Richard Burton- 
shall, daughter Susanna Loften, daughters Dorcas Watts, Elizabeth 
Wes-t, and Priscilla Smith. Test, Mary Rogers, Mary Turner, Joshua 

Bundy, David, Perquimans. January 22, 1749 ; April Court, 1750. 
Brothers Jeremiah, Moses, and Caleb; brother Caleb and uncle 
Josiah Bundy executors. Test, Richard Skinner, Abraham Sanders. 

Bundy, William, Perquimans. 12th day, 10th month, 1749; 
May 22, 1752 Daughter Sarah Barrow, wife Mary; son-in-law 
Joseph Barrow executor, also Joseph Robinson. Test, Thos. Over- 
man, Charles Overman, Peter Munden. 

Bundy, Ann, Pasquotank. 16th day, 9th mouth, 1743. Sons 
Gideon and Abraham, granddaughter Lydia Bundy ; sons execu- 
tors. Test, Jacob Overman, Abraham Hendricks, Thomas Weekes. 

Blackledge, Richard, Craven. February 20, 1776 ; October Court, 
1777. Wife Ann, sons Richard, Thomas, and William, son-inlaw 
John Jones husband of my daughter Elinor, daughter Ann Black- 
ledge, Mrs. Mary Neal, Miss Betsy Baker, my father Benj. Black- 
ledge, Sr., Jacob Blount, Christopher Neale ; son Richard, and son- 
inlaw Spiers Singleton executors. Test, J. Blount, Henry Cannon, 
Reading Blount. 

Bryan, Thomas. December 1, 1760 Wife Rachel, daughters 
Sarah and Ann Bryan, child in esse; wife, brother William, and 
John Laundon executors. Test, Sarah Bryan, Hardy Bryan, Wil- 
liam White. 

Bryan, Anne, Craven. October 25, 1767 ; March 9, 1773. Sons 
William, John, and Jesse, daughters Mary Cook and Elizabeth Daw- 
son, grandson Joseph Stockley, grandson John Dawson ; sons Wil- 
liam, John, and Jesse executors. Test, James Carraway, Ann Carra- 
way, Elias Justis, Gideon Carraway. 

Bryant, William, Edgecombe. September 21, 1749 ; February 
Court, 1749-50. Diughter Patience, grapdsou James McDaniel, 
daughter Sarah, sons Joseph and William, Thos. Henry Audine, 

friend Sarah , daughter Rachel McDaniel; Abraham Dew and 

Edward Brown executors. Test, Thos. Pope, William Andrews, 
James Myhand. 

Bryan, Hardy, Craven. February 28, 1760 ; May 6, 1760. Sons 
Thomas and William, brother Lewis, sons Hardy, Nathan, and 
Isaac, daughter Mary, wife Sarah ; sons Lewi?, Thomas, and William 
executors, and wife executrix. Test, James Reed, Shadrach Allen, 
Matthew Arter. 

Boyce, John, Perquimans. February 12, 1748-49; July Court. 
1749. Sons John, Isaac, and Moses, daughters Jean, Elizabeth, and 
Rachel, grandson Job Boyce; wife Susannah and son Isaac execu- 
tors. Test, Nicholas Staliings, Wm. Eason, Henry Stallings. 

Boyce, William, Perquimana June 11, 1703. Mother Mary of 
Yarmouth, County Norfolk, England, brother Robert, Mrs. Juliana 

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Laker, Robert Bradley of Prince George County, Md. ; Col. Win. 
Wilkinson, wife, and Mrs. Joanna Taylor executors. Test, David 
Harris, Elizabeth Stuart. 

Boyce. Isaac, Perquimans. 15th day, 11th month, 1750; July 
Court, 1750. Son Job, uncles Nicholas and Elias Stallings, sons 
Joseph and Benjamii), wife Jude; Nicholas and Elias Stallings exec- 
utors. Test, Abraham Sanders, Jr., Joseph White, Elizabeth Sanders. 

Burkett, John, Sr., Perquimans. February 4, 1728-29 ; March 7, 
1728-29. Son John; son Joseph executor. Test, Chas Denman, 
Jane Aimes, Josiah Gilbert. 

Bridgen, Samuel, Ludlow Castle, New Hanover. Job Howes, Sr., 
Job Howes, Jr., daughter Jane Bennett, land on " Old Town Creek," 
land called "Bridgen's Hall," ** Ludlow Castle," and " Bridgen's 
Pastime," son Edward Bridgen of London, daughter Eliza heth 
Catharine wife of Armond De Rossett, wife Sarah Bridgen of Lon- 
don, brother Rev. John Bridgen, nephew William Bridgen an Al- 
derman of London ; Job Howes executor. Test, John Mott, Hannah 
Mott, Arthur Howes, Ja. Moran clerk of the court. 

Braske, Laurence. June 1, 1687. Margaret Brown, Elizabeth 
Craddock, both of whom I also appoint my executrix. Test, John 
Browne, C. Wood, John Wilson. July 2, 1687. 

Boval, James, Bertie. Son in-law John Early, son-in-law Cul- 
liner Sessuras, grandson Geo. Augustus Wynns, daughter Mary 
Wynns, daughter Elizabeth Early, graudson James Early, James 
Burk, sonin-law John Wynns, William Burk, John Askew, god- 
daughter Martha Davis, wife Elizabeth; sonsinlaw John Wynns 
and John Early executors, June 8, 1733 ; March 21, 1735. Test, 
John Willson, Thos. Lee, James Martin. 

Briggs, Richard, Chowan. July Court, 1754. Wife Elizabeth, 
children Solomon, Zilpah, and Rachel, my four sons and their 
daughters; John and Job Harris executors; sons James, Moses, and 
Richard, daughter Christian Briggs. Test, John Batcheler, Job 
Harris, Jesse Eason. 

Batcheler, Edward, Newbern. November, 1777; December 4, 
1777. Wife Frances, eldest daughter Elizabeth, sons John and Ed- 
ward, daughter Frances, Thomas Asheton, John Chevalear, partner- 
ship of Asheton and Batcheler to be settled ; Thomas Asheton of 
Philadelphia, Dr. Thomas Harline of Newbern, and wife Frances 
executors. Test, Richard Cogdell, Michael Gorman. 

Batcheler, Edward, Tyrrell. September 21 , 1706. Wife and child 
in esse; Robert and James Fewox executors. Test, Samuel Brevitt, 
John Gate. 

Bun, John, Bertie. January 20, 1727. Eldest son John, second 
son David, wife's youngest ?on Benjamin, daughter Ann, wife Ever, 
all my children. Test, Wm. Rice, Richard Horn, William Bun. 

Blackman, Nicholas, Bertie. August 20, 1730. Son-in-law George 
Smith and William Smith ; wife Allison executor ; George and Wil- 
liam Smith are sons of my wife. Test, Edward Collins, Richard 
Moore, James Baker. 

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Blackman, John, Bertie. November 19, 1736; November Court, 
1736. Wife Sarah, sons John, Arthur, Bennett, and Joseph, all my 
children ; sons Bennett and Theophilus Williams executors. Test, 
William Taylor, Arthur McDaniel, Phebe Jernagan. 

Brewer, George. January 25, 1767 ; August Court, 1767. Wife 
Mary, sons Rawle. George, Matthew, and John; wife executor. 
Test, John Scouls, Elizabeth Whitington, Wm. Clapham. 

Brewer, Jane, Newton, New Hanover. August 18, 1739; Sep- 
tember 25, 1739. Daughters Catharine and Hannah in Cape Fear ; 
Daniel Dunbibbin and my son-in-law Richard Hog executors. 
Test, Rufus Marsden, James Brown, Roger Rolfe. 

Blount, Thomas. December 3, 1701 ; March 28, 1706. Tyrrell. 
Son James, tract of land called " Cabin Neck," wife Mar^r and her 
children, daughter Billah who married Kellum Tyler, daughters 
Sarah Pearce, Christian Ludford, and Ann Wilson ; sons John, 
Thomas, and James executors. Test, William Wilkinson, John 
Blount, Thomas Green. 

Blount, Edmund, Tyrrell. February 12, 1754; June Court, 1754. 
Son Edmund, wife Elizabeth, all my children; wife and Benj. 
Blount executors. Test, Benj. Blount, Jacob Blount. 

Baptist, Benjamin, Chowan. March 24, 1752; April Court, 1752. 
Wife Mary Clark, son Edmund; wife, son Edmund, and Edmund 
Hatch executors. Test, J. Plomer, Sarah Arnold, Edmund Hatch. 

Barbe, Rachel, administratrix of William Barbe. March 15, 
1758. Test, William Reed, Joseph Pearce, Micajah Ricketts. 

Beasley, Samuel, Chowan. November 13,1735. John Beasley, 
Mary Beasley, my grandmother, brother James, Thomas Huttson, 
James. Beasley, Jr. Test, William Cropsley, Thomas Bently, Eliza- 
beth Wells. 

Beasley, James, Bertie. January 2,1758; January Court, 1758. 
Wm. Bentley son of John; godson Luke Smith wick ; Jon. Smith- 
wick and John Ward executors. Test, Jon. Smithwick, Edmund 

Beesley, Thomas. April 15, 1733. Only son and wife Elizabeth. 
Executor, Thos. Owens. Test, John Frederick, John King. 

Biddle, Jacob, Onslow. February 4, 1755 ; April, 1758. Son Ja- 
cob, Abram Simson, Anthony Charlescraft, wife Anne, Isaac Biddle, 
William Biddle son of Isaac ;^ wife and son Isaac executors. Test, 
Samuel Pierson, William Gibson, James Alkins. 

Benone, John, Pasquotank. February 15, 1698-99; October 17, 
1699. Sons Daniel and Peter, daughters Margaret and Jeane; wife 
Margaret executrix. Test Daniel Akehurst, William Reed. 

Busby, Cathron, Bertie. February 22. 1738-39. Theophilus Wil- 
Hams and his daughter Hester, Jesse Page, Theophilus Williams' 
children; said Williams executor. Test, Needham Bryan, H. L. 
Bate, Susan Bryan. 

Bangs, Jonathan, Newbern. October 7, 1743; December 22, 1743. 
Wife Abiab, sister Thankful Covell, daughter Betty Bangs; uncle 

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Tbos. Caruthers executor. Test, Francis Bailey, John Carutbers, 
Richard Hickson. 

Bangs, Abiah, Craven. June 3, 1755; December Court, 17 — . 
Cousin Elizabeth Hobbs, daughter Betty Bangs, sister Elizabeth and 
Mary Carruthers, brother John Carruthers ; brother William Car- 
ruthers and Robert Jones executors. Test, Job Ives, William Creek- 
more, Reuben Hammentree, Wm, Carruthers, Sr. 

Bradley, Richard, Currituck. April 13, 1756; June Court, 1756. 
Sons Hener, William and Abel, daughter Alidea Corbell, son John, 
daughter Mary, Elizabeth Bradley, son Runero; wife Dority and son 
William executors. Test, Kedar Merchant, Josiah Dough, Elizabeth 

Bradleyt John, Craven. October 11, 1753 ; November Court, 1753. 
Wife, Jeremiah Rhane, all the children. Test, Daniel Perkins, Jere- 
miah Rhane. 

Bennett, Edward. November 13,1687. Albemarle. Wife, friends 
Jeremiah Wilkes and Richard Spruell, my daughter. Test, Thomas 

Boge, William, Perquimans. June 29, 1744 ; October Court, 1745. 
Wife Sarah, son William, son Dak or Dick; wife executrix. Test, 
John More, Thomas Bagley. 

Boge, Josiah, Perquimans. 1st day, 3d month, 1732. Sons Jesse, 
Joseph and Job, daughters Mary, Miriam, and Lidy ; wife Deborah 
executrix. Test, Joshua Parish, Joshua Haskett, Thos. HoUowell. 

Bugnion, Ralph, New Hanover. February 25, 1752. Wife Eliz- 
abeth, sister Margaret Bugnion. December, 1751. Test, Caleb 
Grainger, John Davis, Jr. 

Barlow, Robert, Hyde. November 24, 1751; March Court, 1752. 
Foster Jervis, Dinah Smith, Martha Smith daughter of John dec'd, 
William Silvester, sister Hannah McWilliams; William Silvester ex- 
ecutor. Test, Benj. Russell, Joel Bartie.* 

Blin, Daniel. September 23, 1742; March 15,17.53. Wife Mourning, 
also my executrix. Test, Mary Smith, John Riensset, Patrick Brahan. 

Blye, William. November 29, 1748; May Court, 1749. Wife 
Elizabeth, sons William and Thomas, daughters Sarah and Eliza- 
beth; wife and son William executors. Test, John Thomas, Nath'l 
Williams, Timothy Williams. 

Banks, William, Craven. April 27., 1772; May 27, 1772. Wife 
Ann, brother Jonathan Banks, son-in-law John Moore, William 
Moore, daughter-in-law Susanna Moore and Fielding Moore. Test, 
James Coor, Benj. Fordham, John Moore. 

Blackall, Dr. Abraham, Edenton. February 17,1739-40; Jan- 
uary Court, 1749. Infant Penelope born of Sarah Roudon, Sr., my 
wife, daughter Charlotte, William and Sarah Roudon children of 
my wife ; wife executor. Test, Robert Foster, James Potter, Jas. 

Bateman, William, Currituck. March 1, 1703; April 25,17,04. 
Daughters Mary, Elliner, Isabel, sons Joseph and William, daughter 
Elizabeth, son Samuel ; wife executor. Test, Robert Smith. 

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Bateman, John, Perquimans. Febraary 4, 1747-48; July Court, 
1750. Nephew Thomas son of brother Thos. Bateman, his son Wil- 
liam, Mary Hawkins daughter of my nephew John Hawkins, Eliza- 
beth Phelps daughter of my brother Jonathan Bateman, Mary 
Phelps daughter of my brother Thomas, Sarah Butler daughter of 
brother Jonathan ; brother Thomas Bateman and his son William 
-executors. Test, Samuel Swann, Francis Leyden, Catharine Davise. 

Bateman, Jonathan, Albemarle. January, 1694-95. Wife Eliza- 
beth, children Jonathan, John, Thomas, and Mary; son Jonathan 
executor. Test, Thos. Hassold, John Twigger, Diana Whit«. 

Blitchenden, Thomas, Perquimans. April 12, 1744; July 23, 
1745. Sons John, William, and Abraham, eldest child of my 
daughter Sarah, wife Mary; sons William and Abraham executors. 
Test, Mac. Scarbrough, Nath'l Carruthers, Zach. Chancy. 

Bentley, John, Perquimans. April 15, 1695. Brother Richard, 
•cousin Elizabeth Leary daughter of Cornelius Leary, wife Ann ; 
Jonathan Ashford, brother-in-law William Barrow, and wife execu- 
tors. Test, John Barrow, George Barrow. 

Bentley, John, Moratuck River, now Roanoke. December 15, 
1728; July 16, 1741. Sons John, William and Jeremiah, my 
" Quitsnia plantation," sons James and Joseph, daughters Mary, 
Lydia and Sarah, granddaughter Hannah ; wife Sarah and son John 
executors. Test, Will Lattimer, W. Qroome, Elizabeth Lattimer. 

Bentley, Richard. April 6, 1697 ; May 27, 1697. Diana White, 
whom I appoint my executrix. Test, James Oates, Alex. Lillington. 

Bentley, John, Bertie. March 12, 1754; May Court, 1754. Sons 
William and John, sister in-law Ann Bentley ; Richard Tomlinson 
executor. Test, John Hyman, John Ward, Rebecca Ward. 

Bentley, John, Tyrrell. March 21, 1754; June Court 1754. Wife 
-Sarah, son Isaac, mother, brothers William and James ; William 
Gardner, Jr., and Isaac Gardner executors. Test, Luke Mizell, Mary 
<}ardner, Sarah Mizell. 

Bender, Martin, Craven. Wife, sons Daniel and John, daughters 
•Salome and Mary Bender; John Simons and John Grande execu- 
tors. October 19, 1750; December, 1750. Test, Benj. Simmons, 
Elizabeth Motley. 

Bailey, Joseph, Pasquotank. June 19, 1749; August 4, 1749. 
Daughter Anne, David Bailey son of brother Robert, brother Simon 
Bailey, sister Thamer Bailey, sister Sarah Snowden ; Robert Bailey 
and Patrick Pool executors. Test, Patrick Bailey, David Bailey, 
Henry DeLon. 

Bailey, David, Pasquotank. October 6, 1745; March 29,1746. 
Wife Thamer, daughter Elizabeth Bryan, sons Joseph and Benjamin, 
-daughter Sarah Snowden, sous Robert and Simon, daughter Thamer, 
my second wife's daughter Miriam Overton, also her son David 
Wallis; son-in-law Simon Bryan and son Joseph executors. Test, 
Thomas Weeks, Patrick Bailey, John Bailey. 

Bailey, John, Hyde. July 23, 1749; March Court, 1750. Thomas 

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Barlow son of Elizabeth Kelly, daughter Margaret Bailey, whom I 
appoint my executrix. Test, Thomas Leath, John Smith, William 

Berry, Cornelius. April 17, 1751; March 18, 1734-35. Wife 
Comfort, Littleton Berry, Cornelius Berry, John Berry ; wife execu- 
trix. Test, Thomas Miller. 

Ballentine, George, Bertie. January 14, 1723 ; May 12, 1724« 
Wife Dinah, whom I appoint executrix. Test, Alex. Ballentine, 
Elinor Watford, Aaron Oliver. 

Burkley, Elinor, Albemarle. February 26, 1704 Son Henry, 
son-in-law Geo. Taylor, daughter Elizabeth; David Pritchard. exec- 
utor. April 17, 1705. Test, William Simson, Mary Simson, Joanna 

Brasswell, Robert, Bertie. September 14, 1736; November Court, 
1736. Daughter Sarah Daughtrey, sons John, Richard, Robert, 
and Valentine, daughters Jean and Mary, godson Demsie Sumner 
and his mother Elizabeth Sumner, wife Sarah ; James Bryant and 
Joshua Daughtrey executors. Test, Thos. Bryant, Nicholas Bagot, 
Panonea Bryant. 

Blake, David, Currituck. October 9, 1714; January 13, 1714-15. 
Sons Thomas and David, Mathias Towler, daughter Matthew Blake, 
daughters Sarah and Elizabeth ; Ralph Matham and John Mason 
executors. Test, Thos. Evans, John Evans. 

Brack, George, Onslow. September 25, 1750; April Court, 1751. 
Elflest son George, son Eliazer, wife Jean, son Richard, daughter 
Elizabeth, son William, grandson John Lewis, granddaughter Sarah 
Lewis, son in-law Matthew Lewis. Test, Lionel Bout well. Mourning 
Lewis, Susanna Morris. 

Barnes, Joseph. July 4, 1755. Son Hezekiah; wife and Jonathan 
Melton executors. Test, John Chapman, Margaret Morton. 

Barnes, Joseph, Northampton. April 17, 1751 ; August Court, 
1751. Sons Jacob, Mycha, Demsey, and Jethro, wife Elizabeth. 
Test, Henry Gay, Charles Skinner, Julian Whiteley. 

Boyd, William. August 30, 1688. Wife Ann, also my executor. 
Test, Paul Latham, John Barber, Jacob Fielder. 

Boyintone, Joseph, Chowan. September 25, 1738 ; January Court, 
1738-39. John Richards, brother Benjamin of Gloucester, New 
England, heir and executor. Test, Abram Blackall, Thos. Morti- 
mer, James Mitchell. 

Bass, Edward, Northampton. July 5, 1748 ; August Court, 1750. 
Sons Benjamin, Joseph, and Sampson, grandson Elijah Bass, sons 
John, Edward, and James, daughters Catharine Anderson, Dinah 
Bass, Kesiah, and Mary, wife Lovewell; son Benjamin executor. 
Test, William Bass, Dinah Bass, John Sutton. 

Brothers, John, Pasquotank. November 28, 1733; April 18, 1735. 
Sons Joseph, William, John and Samuel, wife Mary, daughter Eliza- 
beth, sons Tbomasand Richard; wife, son Joseph, and brother William 
Brothers executors. Test, Thos. Woodley, James Craven, Mary 

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Brothers, William, Pasquotank. January 11, 1711. Sons Wil- 
liam, Richard, Thomas, and John, daughter Elinor Corps, daugh* 
ters Elizabeth, Mary, Hannah, Sarah, Ann, and Rebecca, son Ben- 
jamin ; wife executrix. Test, Joseph Peggs, Howell Brown. 

Ballard, Abraham, Perquimans. November 9, 1753; April 17, 
1754. Sons Jethro and Kedah, daughters Absilla and Bathsheba ; 
wife Elizabeth and John Samner executors. Test, Sarah Norfleet, 
Philisia Norfleet, John Sumner. 

Borden, William, Carteret. February 10, 1749; August, 1749. 
Son William, wife Susanna, children of my daughter Alice Stanton, 
daughters Catherine and Hannah Borden, son-in law Henry Stan- 
ton, daughter Sarah, nephew William Borden son of Joseph in Rhode 
Island, brother Thos. Borden's children, sister Amy Chase's children, 
brother Benjamin, Sarah married William Pratt; brother Benjamin 
and Henry Stanton executors. Test, Sarah Newby, Jos. Robinson, 
Jos. Newby. 

Bosworth, Joseph, Carteret. Wife Mary, sons Joseph, Ephraim, 
and Robert; wife, Joseph Wickes and Solomon Bacon executors, 
June 18, 1734, June 3, 1735. Test, James Ball, William Waldron- 
Ephraim Chadwick. 

Boswell, George, Perquimans. 30th day, 10th month, 1741 ; Jan- 
uary 7, 1741-42. Sons George and Isaac, daughter Ezibell, sister- 
in-law Hannah Morgan; Chas. Overman and Thos. Hollowell exec- 
utors. Test, Thos, Nicholson, John Boswell, Josiah Bundy. 

Bond, Robert, Craven. January 6, 1737; June Court, 1738. Son 
Francis, daughters Mary, Sarah and Elizabeth, daughter Martha; 
wife Sarah executrix. Test, J. Dawson, John Good. 

Bond, John, Bertie. Wife Katharine, brother Thomas Bond of 
Philadelphia son of Katharine Dew, cousin John Bond son of Sam 
Bond, deceased, son Charles, wife; Godfrey Lea, Edward Bunce, and 
John Dawson executors. May 18, 1738; August 25, 1738. 

Bond, Richard, Chowan. January 23, 1727. He died January 
23, 1723, at 5 o'clock p. m Sons Richard, Hance and Henry, sons 
William and Lewis, daughter Mary ; wife executrix : speaks of land 
in Maiden Hair Neck (on line Nansemond County, Va.). 

Bond, William, Beaufort. November 6, 1757. Sons John and 
William, daughter Rebecca, Kniga Cokman, William Smith, James 
Bond; Richard Bond and Samuel Davis executors. Test, Fras Gil- 
bert, Ann Mayo. 

Bond, John, Beaufort. July 8, 1749; September Court, 1749. Sons 
William, Robert and Richard, wife, cousin Martha Spring, son James, 
daughters Sarah, Anna and Mary, son John; wife, sons William, 
John and James Bond executors. Test, Abraham Pritchett, John 
Turner, Phillip Pritchett, Joshua Pritchett. 

Bartram, Elizabeth, Bladen. December 27, 1771; August Court, 
1772. My late husband William Bartram, deceased, daughter Mary 
Robeson ; Thomas Browne and wife Sarah executors. 

Bumham, Ezebel, Currituck. January 5, 1749. Son Solomon 

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Bennett; son Nathaniel Bennett executor; daughters Ariter and 
Sufias, granddaughter Esebel Miller, daughter Abiar, grandson Ben- 
jamin Miller. 

Bray, Henry, Pasquotank. September 20, 1745. Sons William, 
Christopher, John and George, sons Daniel, Jeremiah, Jacob and 
Henry, daughter Mary Shall Daily, daughters Sarah Squires and 
Elizabeth Forbes; wife executrix. Test, James Forbes, William 

Black, Michael, Newbern. January 16, 1760. Joseph Willis, also 
appoint him executor. Test, Jacob Miller, Geo. Fisher, James Willis. 

Black, Isaac, Wilmington. June 22, 1754; August Court, 1754. 
Sisters Elizabeth Wood and Jane Black ; brother John Black execu- 
tor. Test, Will Gregory, James Campbell, Mark Gibbin. 

Bishop, George, Jr., Onslow. December 20, 1743; October 15^ 
1744. Brother Stoakley Bishop, sister Betty Dudley, cousin Bishop 
Dudley, cousin Easter Dudley, brother James Sidbury, brother Word- 
man Stoakley Sidbury, cousins Comfort and Moses Sidbury, Jane 
Morgan, mother Elizabeth Bishop; father Geo. Bishop executor. 
Test, Rice Morgan, James Small wood. 

Bevins, Mary, Hyde. July 27, 1753. Daughters Elizabeth and 
Mary, son John, daughter Ann, granddaughters Mary Artry and Ann 
Dickson, son Robert, James Chapman ; sons Robert and John exec- 
utors. Test, Absalom Cox, Thos. Mack Williams, Sarah Matthews. 

Berans, Richard, Hyde. Wife, Baptism Ministers, Richard Arter 
son of James, all my children ; Robt. Spring executor. Test, Timo- 
thy Allen, Part Bartlett, Nathan Davis. 

Boyd, John, Chowan. October 9, 1737; July Court, 17,38. Wife 
Lydia, children William, Anne and Marion; wife, Phillip Aylett of 
Virginia, and Edward Silk executors. Test, James Williams, Ed- 
ward Silk. 

Byer, Richard, Perquimans. James Loadman, sons-in-law Robert 
Boge and William Boge, William Moore, Hannah Burd, Margaret 
Boge, wife Joana; Thomas and Christopher Nicholson executors* 
Test, Peter Gray. 

Beard, Richard, Perquimans. July 3, 1692. Calvin Clark's 
daughter Jean Loadman, Hannah Barden, wife Jane, William Moore, 

Boge, James Larnel, John Lilly, Wm. Boge, William Larnell. 

Test, Charles McDaniel, Richard Stickney, Hannah Hille. 

Blish, John, Pasquotank. November 17, 1718. Martha Foster 
daughter of Thomas, Elizabeth Flemen, Elizabeth Gibson, Edward 
James, John Bell, Sr. ; William Wilson executor. Test, Joseph Cary, 
Mary Miller, John Bottlinor. 

Burnett, George, Bertie. Wife Susanna, also appointed her exec- 
utrix. 1722. Test, Joseph Minton, William Carter. 

Benton, John, Chowan. February 25, 1748-49 ; May Court, 1750. 
Sons Epaphroditus, Elijah and Jethro, daughter Judith Rabey, sons 
Moses and Elijah, grandson Wm. Parker son of my daughter Mary, 
grandson James Parker son of my daughter Charity Parker; sons 

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John and Jeibro executors. Test, Henry Morgan, John Weever, 
William Parker. 

Barton, Valentine, Chowan Precinct. March 6, 1685-86 ; March 
29, 1686. Hannah Ford, Lidy Harrison, brother in-law Wm. Fyam, 
or Tyam, brother-in-law Joseph Williams; Hannah Barton, brother- 
in-law Geo. Fordyce executors. Test, Ann Symons, Richard Foun- 
tain, William Wilkinson. 

Bonner, Mary, Chowan. January 30, 1759; July Court, 1759. 
Sister Deborah Thompson, my two brothers and sisters. Test, John 
Lewis, John Lewis, Jr. 

Bonner, Thomas, Chowan. March 26, 1685. Wife executor; son 
Thomas, child in esse, wife Mary. Test, Thomas Bonner, Sam'l War- 
ren, Wm. Bonner. November 24, 1685. 

Bonner, John, Chowan. November 11, 1753; January Court, 
1754. Godson Thos. Eccleston, brother Thos. Bonner, cousin Wil- 
liam Howcott, his sisters Elizabeth and Mary Howcott, cousin Edward 
Howcott, sister Sarah Howcott, sister Martha Howcott; brother 
Thos. Bonner executor. Test, Jeremiah Michener, John Smith, 
George Liles. 

Burnap, John, Onslow. March 11, 1741-42. My six children; 
John Starkey executor. Test, John McGrath, Jacob Biddle, Isaac 

Boon, Nicholas. Without date or probate. Sons Nicholas, Wil- 
liam and Joseph, daughters Mary, Martha and Ann, wife Mary ; 
brothers William and Thomas executors. Test, John Strickland, 
John Ford, Nathaniel Cooper. 

Boon, Joseph. October 19, 1728. Sons James, Joseph, Thomas, 
and RatliflF, sister Martha Baley, daughters Mary and Elizabeth ; 
wife executrix. Test, Thos Boon, Nathl Cooper. 

Baker, Moses, Chowan. February 26, 1723 ; January Court, 1724. 
Sons Moses, Bennett, and William, my three daughters; Richard 
Minshew executor. Test, Aaron Blanchard, Wm.Hill, Wm. Wesson. 

Byrom, Thomas, Pasquotank. Friend Benjamin West; John 
Palin and Benj. West executors. March 13, 1709-10. Test, Antho' 
Hatch, Bartholomew Hewitt. 

Baggett, Nicholas. January 9. 1753 ; April Court, 1755. Bertie. 
Sons Nicholas, Abraham, and Hardy, Joseph Barnaby, daughters 
Mary West, Martha, Elizabeth, and Sarah Baggett, wife Mary ; sons 
Joseph and Thomas executors. Chas. Home, Chas. John Hooks. 

Boykin, Thomas, Sr., Norlhampton. April 23,1745; February 
Court, 1750. Wife Mildred, son Thomas, Ann Crawford, Martha 
Thornton, Elizabeth Strickland, Patience Strickland ; son Thomas 
executor. Test, John Simpson, Joseph Rogers, John Reynolds. 

Boykin, Edward, Northampton. June 8, 1743; August Court, 
1743. Sons Thomas, Solomon, and Hardy, daughter Martha, 
grandson Drury Boykin, wife, grandson Henry Boykin, sons Ed- 
ward and Benjamin, daughters Rachel Herron and Martha Coward, 
son of my first-born Edward Boykin ; wifeJudeth and son Solomon 
executors. Test, Oliver Campbell. 

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Balch, Joseph, Craven. December 18, 1752 ; February 13, 1753. 
Friend, John Sharkey, wife Susanna and her daughters Phebe and 
Mary Lister, nephew Joseph Balch son of brother Benjamin ; John 
Sharkey executor. Test, Richard Moore, John Snead, Chris. Neale. 

Brook, John, Currituck. July 19, 1707 ; April 27, 1708. Son-in- 
law William Scott, wife Mary, son John, daughters Elizabeth, Fran- 
ces, and Mary; wife executor. Test, William Swain, James Ibetts. 

Bargeron, Judeth, Beaufort. November 14, 1742; December 
Court, 1742. Daughters Judeth Wilkins and Jean Barrow, sons 
John and Elias, daughter Margaret Geddins ; son Elias executor. 
Test, Michael Ward, Jacob Mercer, Thomas Mercer. 

Birote, Peter. January 15, 1742; April 21, 1742. Son Benjamin, 
Mary Guston; Peter Payne executor and guardian. Test, Benj. 
Talbot, Humphrey Robinson, Wm. Arkill. 

Boferdt, John, Pasquotank Precinct, Albemarle. October 30, 
1703; April 14,1704. David Pritchard, also appoint him execu- 
tor. Test, Wm. Vernon, Wm. Joy, Margre Joy. 

Burleigh, Robert, Wilmington. September 12, 1737 ; September 
12,1751. Wife Sarah, sons Robert and James; Daniel Dunbibin 
and Cornelius Harnett executors. Test, Samuel Green, Thomas 
James, Thos. Newton. 

Butler, Jacob, Chowan. May 24, 1745. Wife Mary, daughters 
Ann and Sarah, son Christopher, grandson Jacob Simons; wife and 
sou Christopher executors. David Butler, brother of Jacob, 45 years 
old in 1745. Test, Christopher and David Butler. 

Burt, Mary, widow of William, probably Bertie. February 10, 
1724; September 10, 1724. Son James Glisson, Ego Glisson, Mary 
Glisson, whom I appoint my executors. Test, Joseph Hudson, James 
Keeter, Joyce Hawkins. 

Bromley, George, Bertie. March 26,1726; September 20,1728. 
Friend Thomas Belterley of Edenton. Test, G. Allen, Will Wil- 
liams, John Matthews, William Biggs. 

Brockett, Benjamin, Craven. July 9, 1758; August Court, 1758. 
Wife Sarah, also appoint her my executrix. Test, Mary Gardner, 
Mary Pringell, John Granade. 

Bumpass, Job, Johnson. May 5, 1746; October Court, 1746. 
Sons David, Cornelius, and John, daughter Abigail Lewis. Test, 
Elmer Anderson, Tabas Bumpass, Ann Hall. 

Brodrick, Thomas, late of Island of Granada but now of Wilming- 
ton. Mr. Parmer a Priest of the Roman Catholic Church in Phila- 
delphia, Mr. Hardin of the same profession. Christian Cain of Wil- 
mington, Andrew Brodwick of Philadelphia; Cornelius Harnett 
executor. May 6,1760; May 16,1760. Test, James McCan, Tho. 
Lloyd, Anth'y Ward. 

Butler, David, Chowan. April 15, 1742 ; October Court, 1749. 
Wife Mary and all my children ; wife executrix. Test, Nath'l 
Ming, Martha Ming. 

Beaton or Becton, John, Craven. January 13, 1753; May Court, 

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1753. Wife Ann, sous Frederick, George, Edmund, and Michael, 
daughter Mary ; Frederick Esler and son Frederick executors. 

Bush, William, Chowan. April 5, 1716; October Court, 1716. 
Sons William and John, daughters Mary Early, Rose Wynns, Eliza- 
beth Bush; wife Martha executrix. Test, William Crawford, 
John Smith. 

Blanchard, Benjamin, Nansemond County, Va. June 5, 1719. 
Sods Robert and Benjamin, son William Weston and wife Catharine, 
son Absalom; wife Catharine and son Robert executors. Test, 
Aaron Blanchard, Will Hill, Joseph Grifing, Thos. Rountree. 

Bondford, Nathaniel, Edgecombe. October 2, 1756 ; February 
Court, 1757. Sons John and Nathaniel, daughters Mary and 
Patience ; John Bondford and Joseph Lain, Jr., executors. Test, 
Samuel Harvey, Jemima Simmons. 

Blening, Hugh, Bladen. May 10, 1751 ; March Court, 1752. 
Sister Sarah Starr, wife's son William Hall, her daughter Elizabeth ; 
wife Elizabeth and Matthew Rowan executors. Test, Thomas Hall, 
Robert Down. 

Buxton, Samuel, Northampton. February 11, 1743-44; February 
Court, 1743-44. Sons Samuel, William, George, and Jacob, daugh- 
ters Ann and Petronelia, son . Lewis ; wife Ann executrix. Test, 
Elizabeth Edwards, Isaac Edwards, J. Edwards. 

Birnie, William, New Hanover. September 28, 1752; December 
14, 1752. Wife Illian and Moses John DeRossett executors. Test, 
John Campbell, Mary Mason, John Maultsby, Jr. 

Boozman, Ralph, Perquimans. January 1, 1744-45; January 
Court, 1750. Sister Mary Bullock, children of Joseph and Thomas 
Bullock, Sarah daughter of my sister Mary Bullock ; Joseph and 
Thomas Bullock executors. Test, Joshua Hobart, James Sitterson, 
Hannah Sitteson. 

Ball, James, Onslow. November 10, 1749 ; March Court, 1749-50. 
Wife Magdalene, son Steven, daughters Sarah and Rachel, sons 
James and Nathan ; wife and Samuel Noble executors. Test, David 
Janear, Francis Egleton. 

Butler, John, Tyrrell. Grandson Andrew Butler son of James, 
granddaughter Elizabeth Cherry, daughter Pheribee McHenry, sons 
William, John, and James, wife Elizabeth, granddaughters Sarah, 
Ann, and Susanna McHenry, granddaughter Winnifred McHenry, 
grandson James Cherry son of Martha Cherry, grandson James 
Gkirner son of Arthur and wife Sarah, daughter Mary Leggett, 
granddaughter Elizabeth Cherry daughter of Arthur Garner and 
wife Sarah, daughter Elizabeth Johnson, sonin-law George Augus- 
tus McHenry, grandson Simon Butler son of John, grandson John 
Butler son of James; wife, sons John and James executors. March 
5, 1773. Test, Edmund Andrews, John Whitehurst,Sele Wilson. 

Bennett, Nehemiah. April Court, 1753. Sons John and Josiah, 
daughter Ufan ; wife Elizabeth executrix. Test, James Burnham, 
George Davis, Solomon Bennett (Currituck.) 

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Bennett, Solomon, Currituck. Sons Moses and Benjamin, daugh- 
ters Rebecca, Mary, and Betsy ; wife Dorcas executrix. Test, Phillip 
Northern, Mary Etheridge, Timothy Etheridge. March Court, 1755. 

Bennett, Joseph, Currituck. March 9, 1721-22; April 9, 1723-24. 
Sons Joseph, William, and Samuel, daughter Mary Sayre8,son John^ 
daughter Alice, wife Ann. Test, Joseph John Wilson, Edward Cox. 

Carlile, William. March 14, 1694-95. Eldest son William, son 
Thomas; wife executrix. Test, Gilbert Goodale, John Northrote,^ 
Thos. Tweedie. 

Charles, Daniel, Perquimans. August 17,1687. Brothers John and 
Samuel, Margaret Rogers, sister Joanna Charles; father Francis 
Tomes and Christopher Nicholson executors. Test, David Blake^ 
David Sherrod, Peter Grey. 

Charles, John. Sisters Jane and Elizabeth, Samuel Charles, Mary 
Tomes, William Boge. Test, John Bateman, John Harlow, Francis 
Tomes, my father-in-law. Date gone. 

Charles, Samuel, Pasquotank. March 12, 1727-28. Sons John 
and Joshua, Sarah Maudlin, granddaughter Elizabeth Overman, 
daughter Liddy, wife's daughter Sarah, daughter Mary Overman^ 
daughter Hannah ; sons Samuel and John executors. Test, John 
Keaton, Natha'l Alburt, Edward Maudlin. 

Charles, William, Perquimans.* April 7, 1687; September 23, 
1687. Wife Elizabeth, daughter Jane, brother John ; father Francis 
Tomes and Jonathan Phelps executors. Test, James Hogg, Daniel 
Dan brow. 

Charles, Joana. 11th, 1st month, 1688. Hannah, Mary Tomes, 
Halden Apden, Andrew Gilberd, Priscilla Tomes, John Stepney, 
Aunt Mary Stephney. Test, Thos. Steel, John Steel, John Harlow. 

Charles, Hannah, Perquimans. October, 1750; July Court, 
1752. Son Edward Maudlin, grandson John Maudlin, daughter-in- 
law Elizabeth White, son-in-law Robert Cox, daughter Mary Maud- 
lin daughter of John, grandson John Cox, daughter Sarah Perry 
and Ann Cox ; John Perry, grandson John Maudlin, and son-in-law 
Robert Cox executors. Test, Jacob Morgan, Hannah Maudlin, 
Davenport Gooding. 

Chew, Henry, Carteret. May, 1753; March Court, 1753. Son Henry, 
daughter Sarah Deall, Caleb Maryland, son Joseph, daughters Eliz- 
abeth Hunt and Jane Parker; Joseph Chew and Elizabeth Hunt 
executors. Test, Ann Reade, Mary Ludford, George Read. 

Campbell, Hugh, Wilmington. January 28, 1734; February 20, 
1734. Roger Moore; Eleazer Allen and wife Magdalene executors. 
Test, Cornelius Harnett, Richard Shaw. 

Campbell, James, Wilmington. October 10 1759; probated in 
Brunswick, July 20, 1759. Brother William, brother Thomas, de- 
ceased, my mother, brother Robert, younger brother Samuel ; 
mother and brother William executors. Test, Marmaduke Jones, 
Caleb Grainger, Moses Jno. DeRossett. 

Campbell, John, Wilmington. Februar;^ 7, 1770. Wife Mary, 

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daughters Mary, Rachel, and Ann ; wife and Henry Toomer execu- 
tors. Test, Thos. Henderson, Robt. Weir, David Ross. 

Cavenal, Charles, Edgecombe. February Court. 1757. Daughter 
Memorial Pollard, son David, daughter Mary, sons Needham, Aquila, 
Nicholas, Arthur, Cliarles, and Henry. Test, John Fountaine, John 
Murphree, Abigail Pitman. 

Coleman, William, Anson. May 1, 1750. Eldest sons William, 
Thomas, and John, youngest sons James and Samuel ; wife Eliza- 
beth and Joseph White executors. Test, John Lanier, Mary Cole- 
man, Anthony Hutchins. 

Coleman, William, Edgecombe. November 29, 1749. Sons 
Samuel and Samson, daughters Sarah and Susannah ; wife Jane and 
Robert Coleman executors. Test, Moses Coleman, Cornelius Jor- 
dan, Ellen Jordan. 

* Corbin, Mrs. Jean, widow of Francis Corbin of Edenton, New 
Hanover. February 10, 1775 ; April 3, 1775. John Rutherford, Jr., 
William Gordon Rutherford and Francis Rutherford children of 
my friend John Rutherford; Thomas Holloway, Lewis Henry De- 
Rossett, and John Rutherford executors. Test, Sam'l Ashe, Daniel 
Morgan, David Morgan. 

Conway, Mary, Newbern. August 17, 1755 ; August 26, 1774. 
Margaret Gordon daughter of Mrs. Mary Gordon, Susannah Wren- 
ford wife of Edward Wrenford, daughter Elizabeth Elmsley, son 
William Conway; E<lward Wrenford and John Hawks executors. 
Test, John Bonner, Joseph Dowse, Henry Tyron. 

Cowen, Garrett, Albemarle. July 6, 1720; April Court, 1721. 
Son Daniel ; wife Hannah executrix. Test, Elizabeth Kenan. 

Cowand, John, Bertie. March 8, 1737 ; August Court, 1737. 
Sons William, John, and Edward, wife Elizabeth ; Joseph Wimberly 
executor. Test, Edward Vann, Henry Vann, Jonathan Talor. 

Corrie, Thomas, Bertie. October 22, 1750; •May Court, 1754. 
Wife Mary, James Curry son of Mary Walker, sons David and John, 
daughters Margaret Curry, Janet Curry, Jacob Curry ; Thomas Whit- 
mell and wife Mary executors. Test, Fordham Jordan, Hester 
Broadwell, Arthur Williams. 

Corey, John, Pasquotank. February 18, 1757 ; March Court, 
1759. Sons Thomas, John, and Joseph ; wife Luca and son 
Thomas executors. Test, Ann Cook, John McKeel. 

CoUey, Robert, Craven. April 15,1744; June 20,1744. Wife 
Katharine, son James; Dr. Francis Stringer executor. Test, Wil- 
liam Brice, Edward Wamsley, Andrew Bass. 

♦Note. — Mrs. Jean Corbin was the widow of James Innes of Wilmington at 
the time of her marriage to Francis Corbin of Edenton, Deputy of Earl Gran- 
ville. The old Cupola house on Broad street, in the town Edenton. built in 
1758, was intended for.the occupation of Francis Corbin and his wife Jean, but 
he died before its completion, and it was sold and became the property of the 
ancestor of the lady who now occupies it. An erroneous opinion has been current 
relative to this house ; it has been stated that it was built for Gov. Charles 
Eden, who died 36 years prior to its construction. 

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Cane, Hardy, Edgecombe. December 21, 1754 ; May Court, 1755. 
Daughters Isabel and Purity, child in esse; wife Rachel executrix. 
Test, Wallis Jones, James Carrol. 

Cain, John, Edgecombe. February 9, 1755; February Court, 
1757. Son Jonathan executor; son Abijah, daughter Zipparah, and 
wife. Test, Jas. Dehoety, Jno. Tanner, Rebecca Dehoety. 

Chancy, William, Pasquotank. July 1, 1746; August 4,1749. 
Grandson William Chancy son of Jeremiah, deceased, grandsons 
William Boyd and Wm. Chancy Commander, daughters Ann 
Whedbee, Mary Commander, and Deborah Bailey, grandchildren 
Joseph and Deborah Sutton, Winnefred, Elizabeth, and Thomas 
Boyd, Ann and Mary Bailey ; sons-in-law Joseph Bailey and Jos. 
Commander executors. Test, Wm. Brothers, Dorcas Brothers, 
Robert Lowry. 

Champion, Edward, Chowan. January 6, 1718; April Court, 
1718. Sons Joseph, Thomas, and Edmund, daughters Elizabeth 
andMary ; wife Mary executrix. Test, James Jones, Wm. Sadler, 
Henry Lilse. 

♦Champion, Orlando. December 18, 1744; April 19. 1745. 
Chowan. Mary Richards wife of William Richards, Ann wife of 
Joseph Anderson, daughter Elizabeth Neale, brother Eidward Cham- 
pion, brother Wm. Richards; Jos. Blount and Jos. Anderson execu- 
tors. Test, Nath'l Matthews, John Verlin, Jos. Sinneson. 

Champion, John, Chowan. October 10, 1749; April Court, 1751. 
Grandson Champion Spivey son of Nathaniel and wife Martha, 
grandson William Bly son of William Biy and wife Elizabeth, 
grandson Peter Copland son of William and wife Sarah, daughter 
Margaret Ward; wife Sarah and son-in-law Natha'l Spivey execu- 
tors. Test, John Arlin, Mary Arlin, Robt. Elliott. 

Carruthers, Robert, Newbern. March 14, 1758; March 27, 1758. 
Wife Unice, her daughter Lydia Pbalie ; wife executrix. Test, Mi- 
chael Smith, Thos. Hasler, Rd. Cogdell. 

Carruthers, John, Craven. September 20, 1751 ; February Court, 
1752. Daughter Rocksolanah Witherinton, daughter Frances 
Hodges, sons John and Joseph, daughter Sarah Rice, sonsinlaw 
Francis Hodges and John Witherinton, wife Content, Rebecca 
McCarthy, son William; sons John and Joseph executors. Test, 
Sarah Beckwith, Abiah Bangs, Sol Rew. 

Carruthers, John, Perquimans. February 2, 1751 ; April Court, 
1752. Wife Elizabeth, brothers Jame?, Jacob, Nathaniel and Robert; 
wife and John Wilkins executors. Test, J. Halsey, Deborah Wil- 
kins, James Brinkley. 

Carruthers, Nathaniel, Perquimans. June 22, 1745; January 
Court, 1750. Wife Twenty, sons James, Jacob and John ; sons James 
and John executors. Test, John Stepney, John Rousham, Jacob 

♦ Note.— Orlando Champion came into Chowan from Isle of Wight County, 
Va., about 1715. 

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Cleare, Timothy, Perquimans. November 10, 1724; November 
17, 1724. Wife Ha«nan, daughter Mary Mayo, grandsou Joseph 
Winslow,soD-iD-law James Winslowand his sms Timothy and Jesse 
Winslow, daughter Elizabeth Winslow, daughter Jane and sonin- 
law Thomas Jessope, daughters Sarah White, Elizabeth Lowry and 
Hannah Cleare, grandson John Robinson and his father Joseph 
Robinson, grandchildren John, Sarah and Mary Ratlifif, grandsons 
Thomas and Timothy Winslow; Thomas Jessope and Thos. Wins- 
low executors. Test, Thomas Bagley, Smith Colla, J. Jessop. 

Cook, William, Northampton. April 3, 1758 ; October Court, 1758. 
Wife Neomy, son James, son Elimelech, son John, daughter Eliza- 
beth, Mercurias Cook, son Lazarus, son Daniel, daughter Mary, son 
Henry, son Ephraim. Test, Emelius Daring, Thomas Williams, 
Richard Worrell. 

Cook, Samuel, Bertie. October 2, 1756. Wife Mary, eldest son 
John, sons Benjamin and William, children Frances, Jesse, Mary 
and Elizabeth Cook; wife, son John and Edward Bryan executors. 
Test, John Burn, John Perry, Robert West, Jr. 

Cook, John, Bertie. November 24, 1744 ; January 30, 1745. Sons 
Samuel and Isaac, son David son of Anne Felton, wife Anna, daugh- 
ters Sarah, Elizabeth and Anna; wife, sons Samuel and Isaac exec- 
utors. Test, Thos. Bryan, William Ball, Isaac Ratliff. 

Cook, John, Yawpim River, Chowan. August 16, 1696; April 
10, 1697. Son Thomas; wife Elizabeth executrix. Test, Henderson 
Walker, Ann Walker, Argell Simons. 

Copeland, William, Chowan. Eldest son William, wife Sarah, 
eldest daughter Anne, son Jesse, daughter Judath; wife executrix. 
Test, Edward Garrett, Thomas Small, Chas. Copeland. Without 

Copeland, William, Chowan. October 3, 1720. Sons William, 
John, -James and Charles, daughters Christian and Sarah; wife 
Christian executrix. Test, John Cordain, George Turnedge, Eliza- 
beth Turnedge. 

Copeland, James, Chowan. March 3, 1752. Son James, daughter 
Mary ; wife Diana executrix. Test, James Fallaw, Isaac Williams, 
John Thach. 

Chesson, John, Bertie. January 24, 1728; February Court, 1728. 
Daughters Elizabeth, Mary and Sarah, son-in-law James Folk ; wife 
Elizabeth executrix. Test, Joseph Darden, William Smith. 

Chesson, James, Perquimans. Wife Ann, sons John and James, 
child in esse; wife and Wm. Egerton' executors. May 19, 1727. 
Test, Jeremiah Pratt, William Egerton, Job Pratt; also mentions in 
his will "all my children." 

Cbeasten, Richard, Perquimans. Wife Ann, son Richard ; Joseph 
Jessope and son Richard executors. Test, Anthony, Tabitha and 
Anne Haskit. 

Car, Patrick, Bertie. November 7, 1742; February Court, 1742-43. 
Wife Tamer, son Jonathan, daughter Margaret, son Thomas ; wife 
and Richard Williams executors. 

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Carr, William, Duplin. December 5, 1753; October Court, 1754. 
Wife Hannah, son Archibald, daughter Jane,* child in esse. Test, 
John Dickson, William McRee, Susanna McAlexander. 

Chapman, John, Carteret. November 2, 1770; December 10, 1770. 
Sister oarah Chapman ; brother Samuel Chapman executor. Test, 
Micajah Frazer, Job Calloway. 

Chapman, Charles, Northampton. August 19, 1753; November 
Court, 1753. Wife, sons Charles, Henry and William, son Daniel 
Hawkins. Test, Daniel Hawkins, Charles Chapman. Frances. 
Chapman executrix. 

Chapman, Mary, Pasquotank. September 2, 1728; December 9, 
1729-80. Granddaughter Mary Davis, eldest daughter Elizabeth 
Loadwell, daughter Sarah wife of Robert Davis; Robert Davis ex- 
ecutor. Test, Abraham White, Jon Simons. 

Crawford, William, Onslow. October 4, 1743; April Court, 1745. 
Eldest son James, son-in-law James Finsinger, wife Catharine, son 
John; wife and James Finsinger executors. Test, Thomas Roberts, 
Richard Melton, Robert Melton. 

Calloway, Joshua, Perquimans. February 23, 1741 ; July Court, 
1742. Sons Thomas and John, daughter Elizabeth Hariman, daugh- 
ter Elizabeth daughter of my son Caleb Calloway ; wife Elizabeth 
and son John executors. Test, William Wyatt, Thomas Long, John 

Calloway, Caleb, Perquimans. June 10, 1706; July 13, 1706. 
Son Joshua, daughter Rachel and her husband John Wiatt, grand- 
daughter Elizabeth Wiatt; wife Elizabeth and son John executors. 
Test, Thomas Long, John Barron, Anthony Wherry. 

Chalkhill, John. November 17, 1757 ; July Court, 1758. Wife 
Dorcas, daughters Mary and Lidia, child in esae, wife's daughter 
Rachel Howison; George Moore and Wm. Dry executors. Test, 
Richard Hardy, David Brown, Margaret McCorkhill. (Probably 
New Hanover.) 

Crocker, Peter, Edgecombe. Xber 24, 1752; August Court, 
1753. Wife Sarah, my children. Test, James Williamson, Thos. 
Barron, Joseph Bridgers. 

Commander, Thomas, Pasquotank. August 25, 1739; February 
10, 1742. Sons John, Samuel and Benjamin, daughters Mary and 
Sarah; sons Joseph and Thomas executors. Test, Simon Bryan, 
Jer. Sweeney. 

Commander, Thomas, Pasquotank. February 7, 1741-42; April 
Court, 1742 Wife Elizabeth, son Joseph, brothers John and Samuel, 
sisters Sarah and Mary; brother Joseph and wife executors. Test, 
Robert Lowry, Ann Overman, Simon Bryan. 

Corp, John, Pasquotank. March 10, 1753; April Court, 1753. 
Brother William Knight; wife Elizabeth executrix. Test, Thos. 
McKeel, Emanuel Knight. 

Clemens, George, Bertie. February 2, 1725; May Court, 1730. 
Wife Susanna, sons Benjamin and George, daughter Elizabeth; wife 
executrix. Test, Thos. Casle, Wm. Smith, Geo. Trench. 

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Canaday, Richard, Tyrrell. April 20, 1744; October 23, 1749. 
Son John, wife Catharine, daughter Kesia; son John and Steven 
Lee executors. 

Gotten, Sarah, Northampton. December 7, 1753 ; December 30, 
1753. Sons William and John Bridgers, Sarah Gotten wife of James 
Gotten, Patience Gotten wife of Thomas Gotten, son Joseph Bridgers, 
daughter Priscilla Wills, Mary Gotten, Martha Scott; sons Gharles 
and Robert Gotten and son William Bridgers executors. Test, Jno. 
Dawson, Rich'd Wills, Jno. Scott. 

Gotten, Samuel, Northampton. January 16, 1774; May 18, 1774. 
Wife Lydia, son Samuel, wife's children Elizabeth Gotten Ewell, 
Sally Gotten Ewell, and Roderick Gotten Ewell, daughter Euridioe 
Gardiner, son John, Thomas Thomas, John Franklin my appren- 
tice, Mary Barnes; wife and Robert Hilliard executors. Test, G. E. 
Taylor, M. Barnes, Sarah Josey. 

Gotten, John, Northampton. January 17, 1741; May Gourt, 
1742. Sons John and Benjamin, daughters Mary Bruele, Anne, and 
Sarah Gotten; wife Anne and brother William executors. Test, 
Richard Barefield, Thos. Gowman, John Dawson. 

Gotten, James, Bertie. January 14, 1758; April Gourt, 1758. 
Sons James and Henry, daughter Ghristian, son Theophilus, wife 
Sarah, son Solomon ; wife, brothers Arthur and John Gotten execu- 
tors. Test, Samuel Gotten, Thos. Rothe, Mary Rothe. 

Crosslow, John, Ghowan Precinct, Albemarle. May 7, 1673. God- 
daughter Constant Stiver, wife Ann Stiver, father Richard Stiver, 
Johanna Stiver; wife executrix. Test, Jane Brofit, Arthur Garleton. 

Gourtneys, Robert, Onslow. January 17, 1750; April 2, 1751. 
Wife Hannah, sons Robert, Jonathan, and Rowland, son John, 
daughter Phebe Gurtis ; son-in law Richard Gurtis and Benj. Eason 
to divide estate ; sons Robert and Jonathan executors. Test, Mat- 
thew Lewis, John Sturges, Benj. Eason. 

Gherry, Lemuel, Beaufort. Daughters Mary, Rebecca Hodges, 
and Gourtney Gherry, sons John, William, and Gado, and Gharles, 
children Gharles, Elizabeth, Samuel, Solomon, Abigail, Lemuel, 
George, Willis, and Patience. Test, Griffin Floyd, William Willis, 
Peter Floyd. 

Goker, Galeb, Edgecombe. June 11, 1748; November Gourt, 
1748. Wife Mary, son Thomas, Mary Warren, Richard Goker, son 
James, daughter Ann Bruer, daughter Frances Wallner's young son, 
daughter Elizabeth Spier, daughters Sarah and Agnes ; wife and 
James Spier executors. Test, Margaret Goker, Jas. Goker. 

Goker, Richard, Beaufort. March 6, 1756. Wife Margaret ; wife 
and William Spiers executors. Test, John Spier, William Spier, 
Elizabeth Spier. 

Grump, Joseph, Northampton. Wife Gassandra, son Josias, son 
Richard in Virginia, son Robert, daughters Patty and Katy, son 
Joseph ; son Gharles and wife executors. May 5, 1758 ; October 
Court, 1759. Test, William Hall, Glement Lanier. 

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CoDgleton, William, Beaufort. July 1, 1755; December Court, 

1755. Sons James and William, daughter Elizabeth, 80d& John, 
Henry, David, and Abraham, wife Sarah; sons James and William 
executors. Test, James Berever, Thos. Bonner, Jr., Wm. Phelps. 

* Corprew, Thomas, Chowan. August 18,1748; January Court, 
1748-49. Wife Sarah, child in esse, sons John and George Durant 
Corprew, Mary Buncombe my daughter-in-law, poor of St. Paul's 
Parish, one negro man ** Dublin" to work for them for life; wife 
Sarah, brother Joshua Corprew, and Benj. Peyton executors. Test, 
Clement Hall, John Kimbrough. I desire two monuments placed 
over my grave and that of my former wife. 

Cooper, Joseph, Pasquotank. April Court, 1754. Eldest son 
Joseph, youngest son James, eldest daughter Sarah, youngest daugh- 
ter Mary, wife Sarah Ann. Test, Jarvis Jones, Anthony Forehand, 
Bridgett Jones. 

Col ton, John. 1st day, 1st month, 1691-92. Son Humphrey, 
Thos. Symons, Jeremiah Symons; Joseph Commander executor; 
executor's children. ' Test, Caleb Bundy, Jane Bundy. 

Ceilings, William, Pasquotank. April 8, 1706 ; July 19, 1709. 
Wife Elizabeth, cousin Thomas Woodley. Test, John Hunt, Samuel 
Davis, Elizabeth Davis. 

Collins, John, Craven. February 28, 1748-49. Wife, sons Joseph 
and Samuel, granddaughters Elizabeth Ives and Vine Ives ; wife 
Mary and son Samuel executors. Test, William Smith, George 
Barber, Jacob Taylor. 

Collins, Luiese, Perquimans. April 18, 1730; May 19, 1730. 
Son-in-law William Collins, son Thomas, daughter-in-law Allie 
Collins; Joseph Jessop and William Collins executors. Test, Sarah 
Smith, Martin Aspill, Elizabeth Ferrill. 

Collins, Uriah, Hyde. January 3, 1751 ; March Court, 1752. 
Son Henry, daughters Elizabeth and Hannah ; Timothy Gradless 
executor and guardian ; wife. Test, Jacob Bertie, Richard Ward. 

Cambril, Anne. February 16, 1726; February 21, 1726. My 
daughter. Test, Robt. JeflFreys, Thos. Smith. 

Cowell, Benjamin, Currituck. October 5, 1752; March Court, 

1756. Sons Benjamin, Solomon, William, and Butler, wife Sarah, 
daughter Rebecca, sons Edmund, John, and Thomas, daughters 
Elizabeth and Mary, wife, daughter Dorcas; wife and son Solomon 
executors. Test, Jos'a Campbell, John Woodhouse, Jordan Rogers. 

Conner, Andrew, Bath. January 4, 1754; March, 1754. Roger and 
Henry Ormond sons of Whyriot Ormond, daughter Sarah Ormond ; 
Whyriot Ormond executor. Test, James Ellison, Thos. Williams, 
William Ormond, William More. 

♦ Note. — Thomas Corprew married first Ann Durant, daughter of Geo. Durant 
and his wife Hager Crisp ; issue, John and George Durant Corprew. His last 
wife was Miss Sarah Vail. Ann Durant first married Joseph Bimoombe, uncle 
of Col. Edward Buncombe, issue Mary Buncombe married Sutton. 

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Gamerlin, Daniel, Northampton. January 7, 1747 ; May Court, 
1752. Daughter Rachel, wife Ann, grandchildren Beleson, Jos. 
Godwin, daughters Ann Whiteley, Bridget Godwin, Eleyin Tewe, 
Mary Best, son Phillip, Alex. Cammerlin ; wife and son executors. 

Cartwright, Grace, Pasquotank. December 30, 1728; June 3, 
1729. Daughter Elizabeth Trueblood, Joshua Trueblood, John 
Trueblood, grandchildren John and Elizabeth Trueblood daughter 
of John, granddaughter Miriam Trueblood, Elizabeth Murden 
daughter of Jeremiah, Mary Murden, daughter Eliph Trueblood, 
grandson John Murden, Job Cartwright, Sr., Benjamin Cartwright 
son of Joseph, and Joseph's daughter Elizabeth, Thomas Cartwright 
son of Thomas ; son Joseph Cartwright executor. Test, Benj. Mil- 
ler, Wm. Lewis, Matthew Lewis. 

Cartwright, Thomas, Pasquotank. March 5,1705-6; April 15, 
1707. Daughters Catrin, Mary, and Elizabeth, eons Job, Robert, 
William, and Thomas; wife Grace and son John executors. Test, 
Thomas Purde, George Harris, William Warren. 

Cartwright, John, Pasquotank. April 23, 1714. Brother Job, 
John Murden son of Jeremiah, brothers Thomas and Joseph Cart- 
wright, sisters Elizabeth and Cath. Cartwright ; brothers Thomas 
and Job Cartwright executors. Test, Grace Cartwright, William 

Cartwright, Robert, Pasquotank. 2d month ; April 15, 1746. 
Wife Martha, son Joseph, granddaughter Magdalene Cartwright, 
son Hezekiah, grandson Claudias Cartwright, son John, daughter 
Sarah Palmer, grandson Mallaro Palmer, son Ezekiel, daughter 
Martha C, son Joslah ; wife Martha and son Hezekiah executors. 
Test, Samuel Pike, Edward Tadlock, Joseph Martin. 

Carver, James, Bladen. February 27, 1753 ; June, 1753. To our 
Society of Quakers two acres of land for a Meeting House and grave- 
yard, wife Elizabeth, son Job, daughter Elizabeth; brother Samuel 
and wife executors. Test Richard Mullington, Patrick McConkey, 
George Willis. 

Carver, Samuel, Bladen. April 23, 1758; July Court, 1758. 
Wife Arcadia, son Samuel, daughters Sarah and Mary, son James, 
brother William Maultsby. Test, Samuel Millhouse, Charles 
Benbow, Richard Mullington. 

Carver, James, Sr., Bladen. May 7, 1738 ; June 7, 1739. Wife 
Elizabeth, sons James and Samuel \ of my sawmill, daughters Mary 
Benbow and Ann Carver; Wife, sons James and Samuel executors. 
Test, Richard Hollier, Ann Hollier. 

Craddock, Richard, Pasquotank. January 9, 1685. Wife Eliza- 
beth whom I appoint my executrix. Test, Anthony Hatch, Law- 
rence Broske, John Brown. 

Colson, Mary, widow of Jacob. July 20, 1732 ; May 2, 1734, Ber- 
tie. Son William, daughter Sarah Lundy wife of James Lundy ; 
John Gray and Thomas Whitmell executors. Test, John Leggett, 
Thomas Kearney. 


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Coleson, William, Bertie. February 9, 1736. Thomas Whitmell 
and Edward Collins executors; Brothers Abraham and Joseph, 
sister Sarah Lundy, John son of John Coleson. Test, Edmund Col- 
lins, James Ward, Thos. Falconer. 

Cheek, Richard. September 29, 1743 ; April 30, 1744-5. Wife 
Jane, son Randolph, daughter Ann, son William, sons James, John, 
Robert, and Richard, daughter Elizabeth Burney ; Jane Cheek, 
Anne Cheek, William Cheek, Richard Cheek, and John Burney 
executors. Test, William Hix, Robert Cheek, John Thigpen. 

Clark, Robert. December 12, 1752; August Court, 1753. Edge- 
<;ombe. Daughters Ann Tatum and Jean Clyburn, son Robert, 
daughter Mary Duglis, daughters Rachel Etheridge, Agnes Etheridge, 
and Hannah Underwood, wife Jean, sons William and Moses, sous 
Aaron and Luies; Thos. Tatum executor. Test, William Wiggins, 
Mary Wiggins. 

Clark, Thomas, Bertie. April 12, 1728. Wife, children Thomas, 
Elizabeth, Mary, Lewis, William, John, Matthew, Grace, and 
Bridgett; mentions Thos Boykin's line ; wife and son Thomas exec- 
utors. Test, Nehemiah Joyner, Ellis Bradey. 

Clark, John, Pasquotank or Perquimans. May 30, 1689; July 
^7, 1689. William Currey, Daniel Akehurst, John West, and 
Edward Smith overseers of my child or children; daughter Mary, 
wife Mary, if child in esse. Test, Henry Palin, John Hawkins, 
John Cafey. 

Cricket, John, Sr., Bertie. October 1753. Sons John, Thomas, 
and Charles; speaks of Mrs. Gould's line; wife Mary and son John 
executors. Test, Robert Lenox, Alex. Ford, Ed Rasor. 

Cox, Charles, Duplin. November 24, 1752. Wife Franesina, 
daughter Anne; wife and Joseph Wilson executors. Test, Am- 
brose Dudley, Aaron Hodeson. 

Cox, Edward. December 26, 1748; July Court, 1751. Currituck. 
Sons Thomas, Absalom, and Elijah, daughter Jemima Parker. 
Test, William Shergold, Nathl Wilson, Malachi Wilson. 

Cox, Robert, Little River, Perquimans. February 20, 1725-26 ; 
November 25, 1730. Wife Elizabeth, son Robert, daughter Sarah, 
slaughter Ann Weeks; wife and son Robert executors. Test, Mary 

Cruik, Lawrence, Perquimans. January 13, 1690. Daughter 
Mary ; Thos. Clark executor. Test, Wm. Mirnet, David Perkins, 
Jno Boswell. 

CoflBn, Mary, Perquimans. June 7, 1707. Daughter Hannah 
Thurston, granddaughter Sarah Ross; Edmund Modlin executor. 
Test, Gilbert Smith, Derby Bryan. 

Cropley, John, Chowan. January 25, 1685-86. Son Vines; wife 
Ann executrix. Test, William Wilkinson, Geo. Fordyce, Edward 

Cannon, Edward, Bath. June 10, 1729. Son Edward, daughter 

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Margaret, daughter Sarah Woodward, daughter Jane, sod David, 
daughter Mary, daughter Alis, son William, daughter Ruth, son 
John; wife executrix. Test, John Knowls, John Lawton, Richard 

Carraway, James, Craven. March 9, 1773. Wife Ann, son 
Joseph, children Joseph, Gideon, Francis, Nancy, and Fanny. Test, 
Thos. Nelson, Thos. Carraway, Jesse Bryan. 

Caulepe, Michael, Craven. October 1, 1743. Godson John Fon- 
ville, Sr. ; also my executor. Test, Jos. Hannis, John Martin. 

Caldwell, Robert. March 24, 1749-50. June Court, 1750. Wife 
Sarah, brother Joshua Caldwell of Somerset County, Md., my two 
sons; William Neale, brother Joshua and Joseph Clarke executors; 
speaks of William Lilses. Test, Gershon Ben bow, John Leary, 
Samuel Neale. 

Carleton, Arthur, Chowan. January 19, 1717-18; April 22, 1719. 
Wife my whole estate, whom I appoint executrix. Test, James 
Ward, William Houghton, Wm. Grosvenor. 

Chad wick, Samuel. October 4, 1749. Carteret. Wife Mary, son 
Thomas, son Isaiah land adjoining lines of Col. Thomas Lovick, 
son Gayer, daughter Sabra Davis, daughter Tamer Chadwick, 
daughter Sarah Chadwick, daughter Mary Chadwick; friends Sam- 
uel Whitehurst, Thos. Chadwick, and Isaiah Chadwick executors. 
Test, Joseph Bray, Rebecca Chadwick, Rachel Young. 

Croker, Anthony, Granville. July 28, 1754; September Court, 1754. 
Sons Thomas and Arter, rest of my children ; sons Arter and Jacob 
executors. Test, Jas. White, Edward Tommas, John Brantly. 

Croften, Henry, Beaufort. October 6, 1756 ; October 10, 1756, 
codicil. Daughter Elizabeth, sons Thomas, Theopbilus, William, 
and Ambros, daughters Mary and Martha; brother John Boyd, 
Edward Salter, and John Slade executors. March Court, 1757. 
Test, Jas. Dunbar, Robert Phillips, Elizabeth Crofton. 

Cross, Joseph, Carteret. October 30, 1728; December 3, 1728. 
David Shepherd, Jr., wife Elizabeth. Test, Thomas Dudley. 

Combs, Winefred, Tyrrell. October 1, 1749; March Court, 1750. 
Sons Robert and Samuel, daughters Mary, Elizabeth Brady, and 
Ann Wren, grandson James Combs; son Robert executor. Test, 
David Duncan, John Ward, John Combs. 

Cliflford, Thomas, late of Charleston, New Hanover. All my 
estate to my wife Mary, whom I appoint my executrix. October 9, 
1735. Test, M. Moore, Eliza Swann, E. Moseley. 

Cawdrey, Thomas, Craven. December Court, 1748. Friend John 
Brown, whom I appoint my executor. Test, Peter Glain, Patterson 

Crumpton. Henry, Bertie. January 11, 1733; February Court, 
1735. Sons Henry and William, daughters Susanna, Elizabeth, 
Jane, and Anne ; friend Samuel Peacock executor. Test, Abraham 
Buxton, Jethro Williams. 

Carmen, William, Perquimans. August 2, 1725; November 1, 

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1727. Granddaughters Ann Carmen, Sarah Linington; wife Eliza- 
beth executrix. Test, Timothy Winslow, Gilbert Scott. 

Chester, Samuel, Wilmington. October 10, 1758; November 
Court, 1758. All my children; wife Martha executrix. Test, Wm. 
Vaughan, William Wilkinson, Robert Freeman. 

Core, Thomas, Northampton. October 6, 1751 ; May Court, 1752. 
Son Thomas, daughter Margaret Cropper, daughter Mary Holland, 
daughter Elizabeth Core, daughter Grace Core; wife Margaret and 
son Arthur executors. Test, James Bryte, John Night, William 

Cromen, Martin, Bertie. May 1, 1733; August Court, 1733. 
Daughter- in-law Elizabeth West, daughter-in-law Elenor West, son- 
in-law Thos. Copeland, Jonathan, Reding, Michael Ellis, Wm Ken- 
nedy, Francis Kennedy; William Kennedy and John Gray execu- 
tors. Test, Michael Ellis, Grace Kennedy. 

Clapham, Joseph, Bertie. March 25, 1733. Sons Samuel and 
Josias; son Josias executor. Test, Henry Walker, John Nairne. 

Gamble, William, Beaufort. October 8, 1743; March Court, 
1743. Wife Ann, son William, son-in-law John Lewinton; wife 
Ann executrix; brother-in-law John Barrow assistant. Test, John 
Luerton. Robert Howard, Mary Howard. 

Chambers, Edward. December 3, 1693 ; January 1693-94. Fran- 
cis Henby. Test, Henry Palin, Ann Madren. 

CoUer, Cornelius, Beaufort. September 26, 1741 ; December 8, 
1741. Abraham Gray, Elizabeth Gray, Rebekah Gray ; Richard 
Newman executor. Test, Wm. Barrow. 

Castellaw, William. August Court, 1749. Bertie. Mother Sarah 
Castel law, brother John, sister Bethiah, sister Sarah, brother James 
Castellaw, sister Catharine, brother Thomas ; mother and Thomas 
Whitmell executors. Test, Sarah Sanderlin, Hardy Sammark. 

Currer, John, Chowan. October 18, 1684; February 5, 1685. 
Daughter Sarah, child in esse ; wife executrix. May 4, 1681. Test, 
Thos. Luten, Martha CuUen. Probate granted to Thos. Luten and 
wife Mary. 

Chamberlin John, Pasquotank. June 10, 1743-44; April Courr, 
1753. Eldest son John, sons William and Jeremiah, daughter Mary 
Bright wife of Isaac, daughter Ann Chamberlin, daughter Bettie 
Chamberlin, daughter Lucy Chamberlin, daughter Amy and daugh- 
ter Martha Chamberlin, wife; son John and Isaac Bright executors. 
Test, Samuel Etheridge, Robert Chamberlin, Benj. Burnham. 

Connerly, John. October 17, 1751 ; March Court, 1751-52. John- 
ston. Wife Kesiah, brother Richard Jones, and Stephen Herring, 
sons William and Cullen, daughter Patience; wife, Anthony Her- 
ring executor. Test, Elizabeth Jones. 

Craven, James, Chowan. September 28, 1755, October 11, 1755. 
Wife Penelope, children of John Hodgson, my brother Dr. Abraham 
Boulton, godson William Badham, Dr. John Craven, sister Mary 
Leeming, Peter Leeming; wife, Francis Corbiu, Whyriofc Ormond, 


€uid Wm. Heritage of North Carolina, and John Watson of Suffolk 
executors. Test, Sarah Blount, Joseph Harron, Ann Williams, 
John Pindar. 

Capps, Dennis, Currituck. April 4, 1749, probated. Sons Ed- 
ward, Moses, William, Henry, and Dennis, grandson Enoch Capps, 
daughter Sarah Barry, daughter Milborough Bryan, daughter Mary 
Stripes, daughter Elizabeth Capps, son Phillip. . Test, Robert Sim- 
mons, Vines Simmons, Elisha Cornish, Dogby Latter. 

Cannady, Samuel. January 2, 1727-28. Eldest son William, 
son Samuel, daughter Elizabeth ; William Bonner and John Puf- 
field executors. Test, John Puffield, Margaret Foslands. 

Carter, Ann, Onslow. July 27, 1770. Mary Clearey of Philadel- 
phia; Abraham Daws, William Joanson, and Stephen Lee execu- 
tors. Test, Edward Mazey, Lydia Gillespie, James Lillibridge. 

Davis, Francis, Cape Fear. February 10, 1747 ; April 30, 1753. 
Wife Judeth. Test, Benj. Morison, Robert Halten. 

Davis, Samuel, Pasquotank. February 11, 1687-88. Wife Eliza- 
beth, all my children. Test, Robert Wallis, John Billett 

Davis, John, Perquimans. April 26, 1688 ; May 12, 1688. Wife 
Elizabeth, John Pritchard, friend Wm. Wilkinsgn in trust of my 
daughter Elizabeth; Wm. Wilkinson executor. Test, Matthew 
Joryes, Wm. Elfirk, Jane Miller. 

Davis, William, Carteret. June Court, 1756. Daughter Abigail, 
son Nathan, sons Joseph, Wicker, Callip (Caleb), and Bokiemine 
{Benjamin), wife Mary, son Wm. Rolfe; wife and son Nathan exec- 
utors. Test, Geo. Bell, Riland Bell, Timothy Staford. 

Davis, Robert, Pasquotank. 10, 10th month, 1749 ; January 
Court, 1750. Eldest son James, sons Thomas and Joshua, daughters 
Elizabeth, Ruth, and Mary, wife Sarah ; sons James and Thomas 
Davis executors. Test, Joebua White, James Newby. 

Davis, John, Pasquotank. Brothers Samuel and William, cousin 
John Davis; James Turner and brother Joseph executors. April 
Court, 1754. Test, John Turner, Theophilus Leonard, Joseph 

Davis, James. 22d 2 month, 1715. Son William, wife Elizabeth, 
brother James, sons John, Joan, Robert and Henry ; wife, Robert 
White, John White, and John Symons executors. Test, Henry 
White, Arnold White, Jr., Arnold White, Sr. 

Davis, John, Pasquotank. March 28, 1763; May 12, 1753. Sons 
Joseph, William, and Samuel, daughter Sarah Gordon, daughter 
Elizabeth Wood, son John ; son-in-law Wm. Gordon and son Joseph 
executors. Test, Wm. Symons, Thos. Lowry, Mary Gart. 

Davis, Thomas, Granville. August 20, 1754; March 7, 1758. 
Wife Elizabeth, daughter Mary, sons John, Thomas, Reuben, and 
Richard ; wife, Daniel Underwood, and Richard Davis executors. 
Test, John Gibbs, Thomas Cook, Thos. ^icaer. 

Davis, John, Newbem. March 11, 1754 ; March 28, 1754. John 
Freeman of Bath son of John, Ann Nelson, John Starkey in trust for 

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Mrs. Mary Dennis in Conduit street near Hanover Square, London, 
Mary Migmore's father Richard Lyon; John Starkey executor. 
Test, Euphemia White, Rich'd Lyon Cosmas Farquharson. 

Davis, Thomas, Bladen. October 2, 1761 ; June 4, 1764. William 
Davis and John Lucas executors; daughter-in-law Katharine 
Gready, daughter Mary Gready, John Mitchell. Test, John Turner, 
Ralph Miller, Thomas Newton. 

Davis, David, Bladen. December 9, 1740 ; May 22, 1742. Sister 
Rachel Davis; Wm. Bartram executor. Test, Jonathan Evans, 
Thos. Walker, Thos. Jones. 

Davis, John, Hyde. December 17, 1751. Daughter Jemima 
Ballard, son Samuel, daughter Temperance, son John, wife Sarah ; 
Nathl Davis and Thos. Smith executors. Test, Thos. Smith, Geo. 
Slade, Richard Wood. 

Davis, Solomon, Pasquotank. January Court, 1739. Daughter 
Margaret Foucher, daughter Dorothy Daniel, grandson Daniel 
Keen, daughter Elizabeth Daniel, son-in-law Caleb Keen, John 
Sawyer, Sen, wife Sarah Daniel ; wife and daughter Dorothy execu- 
tors. Test, Bennett Morgan, John Gray. 

Daves, Thomas, J^erqui mans. December 14, 1745. Wife Eliza- 
beth, son Moses, daughter Elizabeth, daughter Sarah Bond ; wife 
and son Moses executors. Test, Wm. Eason, Thos. Eason, Isaac 

Davis, Aughton. January 22, January 1733-34; April, 1755. 
Sons Wrighton and Lewis, son-in-law William Fork, wife Elizabeth. 
Test, Samuel Whorttley, Stephen Andrews (Bertie). 

Davies, Thomas, Bath. February 11, 1711-12 ; January 4, 1714. 
Wife Thomasin, sons Phillip and Thomas, daughter Sarah Davis, 
daughters Rachel and Purity, daughter Mary ; wife executrix. 

Davey, Walter, late of Dublin. Beaufort. June 23, 1743 ; Octo- 
ber 24, 1743. Eldest son Samuel, son Joseph, daughter Mary, de- 
ceased, daughters Jane, Margaret, and Rachel ; Abraham . Duncan 
executor. Test, Edward Howcott, James Brondey, Sam'l Bundy. 

Downer, William. December 10, 1745. Brunswick. Hugh Blan- 
ning and Capt. Rich'd Quince executors ; Wm. Wynne, Alegate, 
London, and his wife Ruth, Benj. Sandwell and wife Mary living 
near Execution Dock in Wapping, London. Test, Hugh McKay, 
Ralph Gugnion, Thos. Campbell. Proved in New Hanover. 

Daniel, William. December 30, 1740; March Court, 1740-41. 
Bath. Wife Frances, William Daniel Penket (wife's grandson), 
Frances Jackson ; wife executrix. Test, Jas. Calef, Thomas Owen, 
William Foreman. 

Downing, William, Tyrrell. February 4, 1748 ; March 17, 1748. 
Wife Ann, daughters Mary and Elizabeth, son Henry ; mentions a 
sawmill ; John Hughes, Stevens Lee, and John Barrow executors. 
Test, Jacob Blount, James Jones, Mary Jones. 

Douglas, David, Northampton. March 9, 1753 ; November Court, 
1753. Wife Elizabeth, son William, daughter Martha Carril, 

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granddaughter Elizabeth Carril, daughter Elizabeth Harwell, Sou- 
sanna Douglas; son John and wife executors. Test, Christmas 
Ray, John Douglas. 

Douglas, James, Bertie. October 6, 1750; July 11, 1752. Wife 
Elizabeth, son Kesia, daughter Ann, son James, daughter Elizabeth ; 
wife executrix. Test, John Brown, Elizabeth Robertson, Jos. 

DeRossett, Moses John, Wilmington, November 30, 1767 ; March 
1, 1768. Wife Mary, daughter Magdalene Mary, son Armond John ; 
brother Lewis Henry DeRossett, John DuBois, James Moore, and 
Marmaduke Jones, executors. Test, Ann Moore, A. Maclaine. 

DuBois John, Wilmington. September 20, 1767 ; March 1, 1768. 
Eldest son Peter, sons Walter and John, daughter Magdalene Mar- 
garet, son Isaac, wife Jean, son James, daughter Margaret, Caleb 
urainger son of Caleb, Cornelius Grainger brother of Caleb, Jr., 
daughter Anna property in New York in right of my grand- 
mother; wife's sons Peter, Walter, and John, and friends Lewis 
Henry DeRossett and Moses John DeRossett executors. Test, J. 
Pustaile, Edward Chivers, A. Maclaine. 

Dawson, John, Edgecombe. November 22, 1748; May Court, 
1749. Wife Mary, children Martha, Patience, John, Demsey, and 
Solomon, if child in esse; wife executrix. Test, Benjamin Champion^ 
Francis Byshall Haynes. 

Daniel, Thomas, Tyrrell. July 1 1, 1749 ; September Court, 1749. 
Wife Elizabeth, son Robert Lanier Daniel, son Thomas, daughter 
Sarah Wilson, daughters Elizabeth and Mary, sons John, William,, 
and Aaron, daughters Ruth and Priscilla ; wife executrix. Test, W. 
Willis, John Wilson, John Brown. 

Daniel, John, Northampton. November 13, 1754; February 
Court, 1755. Wife Sarah, sons Ezekiel and Ephriam, daughters 
Elizabeth and Sarah, sons Joseph and John, Abraham and Isaac; 
wife and son John executors. Test, Sam4 Parker, Joseph Daniel. 

Daniel, Elizabeth, Tyrrell. June Court, 1752, Sons Robert and 
Thomas, daughter Elizabeth, daughter Mary Ward, sons John, Wil- 
liam, and Aaron, daughter Ruth, son Josiah, daughter Priscilla, 
Jemima Willis daughter of William and Mary Willis; sons 
Thomas and John executors. 

Derby, William. March 10, 1687. Daughter Judeth. Test, 
Robert Lindsey, Jno. Da why. March 13, 1688. 

Dreding, John, Craven. December 22, 1767 ; February Court, 
1757. Joseph Pringle, wife Charity, Leason Scott son of William, 
Elizabeth Little daughter of John Little; wife and Joseph Pringle 
executors. Test, Sam'l Slade, John Slade, Sam'l Slade, Jr. 

Dinkwater, John, Bath. August 7, 1717 ; May 30, 1718. Phillip 
Sbute son of Giles and Charity, whom I appoint my executors. Test, 
Patrick Cavan, Elizabeth Ellebar. 

Dunbar, Dan, Beaufort. May 18,1747; December Court, 1747-48. 
Son Samuel, daughter Elizabeth, daughter Sarah, wife Sarah, 

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daughters Mary, Hannah, and Esther, ehild in esse; wife, Josiah 
Jones, and John Trippe Exrs. Test, Joshua Pritchett, Edmund 
Campin, Robert Campin. 

Dickinson, John, Northampton. Feby. 4, 1742; Augt Court, 
1749. Wife Rebecca, sons Isaac, Daniel, John, and David, d. 
Sarah Daniel, d. Elizabeth Futrel, d. Rebecca Newsom, d. Charity 
Dickinson, d. Mary Dickinson. Test, Joseph Jordan, Robert Peele, 
Isaac Parker. 

Dickinson, Rebecca, Northampton. July 1, 1750 ; Feby. Court, 
1753. Daughter Sarah Daniel, d. Elizabeth Futrell, d. Rebecca 
Newsom, son John, d. Charity, son David, d. Mary ; sons Isaac and 
John Exrs. Test, Isaac Parker, John Horton. 

Dickinson, Mary, Northampton. Oct. 6. 1753; Nov. Court, 1753. 
Brothers Daniel, David, John, Isaac, kinsman Wm. Rowesum, sister 
Charity Peele, sisters Sarah Daniel and Elizabeth Futrel ; brothers 
David & Isaac Exrs. Test, John Brown, Susannah Parker, Susan- 
nah Horton. 

Dickson, John, Dobbs. Apl. 16, 1769. Friends James Cameron, 
John Fellow, uncle Robert Gracey in Scotland, father James Dick- 
son and mother Jennett Dixon ; friends James Gibson and James 
Lindsey Exrs. Test, Anthony Herring, D. Blanchard, Charles 

Dixon, John, Beaufort. Mch. 22, 1772 ; Dec. 11, 1773. Son Choose- 
well, wife's daughter Biatha Dixon; wife and son Exrs. Test, 
Nicholas Daw, Swin Stanford, Thos. Dixon. 

Dudley, Thomas, Currituck. December 15, 1755 ; Mch. 15, 1757. 
Wife Mary, sons William and Thomas, g. son Malachi Dudley, d. 
Mary Williams; sons William and Thos. Exrs. Test, Chas. Wil- 
liams, Thos. Williams, Solomon Ashlee, Oen Slatter. 

Dudley, Christopher, Onslow. March 19, 1744-45; Feby. 26, 
1746. Grandson George son of Edward Dudley, g. son Christopher 
son of Thos. Dudley, sons Thomas, William, and John ; wife and 
John Starkey Exrs. Test, Jane Simpson, John Simpson, Mary Trott. 

Dudley, John, Onslow. Sept. 12, 1748; April 2, 1751. Daughter 
Sarah, sons John, David, and William ; wife Elizabeth, John 
Starkey, and Thos. Dudley Exrs. Test, John Wells, Nathl. Bumap, 
Richard Stevens. 

Dudley, Thomas, Carteret. May 13, 1753; November 22,1753. 
Sons Christopher, Elijah, Jacob, Stephen, Abraham, and Thomas, 
daughters Elizabeth and Sarah ; wife Elizabeth, John Starkey and 
Moses Houston Exrs. Test, Charles Cogdell, Ezekiel Hunter. 

Dudley, Edward, Newbern. Jany. 22, 1744-45; Apl. 3, 1745. 
Wife, child in ease, son George, d. Hannah, d. Anne, d. Mary, all my 
children, John Starkey, John Dudley. Test, John Henagen, Wil- 
liam Simpson, Hannah Delta. 

Davirson, John, Edenton. Nov. 1, 1773; December 3, 1773. 
Wife Elishia, Christiana Davirson of Kingston, Jamaica, brother 
Robert Davirson, my sister's children in Scotland ; brother Robert 

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Davirsos, John Smith and Andrew Little Ezrs. Test, John Rom- 
bough, Charles BondlBeld, George Gray. 

Davison, John, Bertie. Augt. 6, 1752; Oct. Court, 1756. Sou 
John, g. son John Davison, g. daughter Mary Davison ; wife Mary 
and son John Exrs. Test, John Freeman, Aham. Harrell, Jacob 
Lassiter, Thomas Harrell. 

David, Phillip, Wilmington. Augt. 5, 1747 ; Dec. Court, 1747. 
Son David David, d. Mary McKeethen ; son David and James 
Smallwood Exrs. Test, Wm. Harrison, Charlotte Smallwood, 
Joseph Jones. » 

Dalrymple, John, Wilmington. Feby. 25, 1742-43; Jany. 26, 
1767. 2d son of Sir John Dalrymple of Cowsland, Suttow, wife 
Martha, my brothers and sisters, viz : Wm. Walters Joseph Walters, 
John Walters, Sam'l Walters, Sarah Lillington, Elizabeth Howes ; 
wife Martha, Roger Moore, William and Joseph Walters Exrs. Test, 
John Swann, George Lock hart, George Moore. 

Dews, John, Sr., Bertie. Sept. 5, 1740 ; proved at Northampton 
Court, Nov. 1744. Sons John and Joseph, daughter Patience, sons 
Spencer and William, wife Susantsah, Elizabeth Clements; wife and 
son Joseph Exrs. Test, Edward Moseley, Ales Moseley, Constant 
D^ w 

Daws, William. Jany. 23, 1745-46; March Court, 1745. Wife 
Dinah Exx ; sons Nicholas and William, d. Diana, d. Bethia, d. 
Biah, son John, d. Sarah Dixon, d. Lydia Kee ; sons William and 
Nicholas to assist their mother. Test, Edward Campen, John 

Danbe, Daniel, Edgecombe. August Court, 1750. Wife Eliza- 
beth, son Isaac, d. Mary, d. Elizabeth, d. Clearemen ; wife and 
David Roser, Sr., Exrs. Test, David Collins, Reuben Rosa. 

Douay, Robert, Bladen. Jany. 30, 1756; Jany. Court, 1758. Wife 
Gbatrine and John White, Exrs ; sons James and Robert, d. Eliza- 
beth. ' Test, John Stack, Henry Sims, James White. 

Dancan, Abraham, Beaufort. Feby. 3, 1749 ; June Court, 1751. 
Wife Mary, nephews George and Abraham sons of John Duncan in 
Londerry, New England, brothers James, William, John and Robert 
Duncan, sister Hester Cason, brother Qeorge Duncan. Test, Thos. 
Pearson, Jno. Simpson, Jr., James Adams, Wy Ormond. 

Duncan, Alex., Wilmington. May 11, 1767 ; May 15, 1768. Brother 
Kobert, children of my sister Elizabeth Ronaldson, and Margaret 
Henery, supposed to be in Edinburgh, John Rutherford, James 
Moore, Thos. Cunningham, Jr., who has lived with me with great 
fidelity, £400; to assist in finishing the Wilmington Church £400, 
Frances Rutherford daughter of John, daughter of John Walker and 
wife Isabell, Cornelius Harnett, Mary Grainger wife of Caleb, Mau- 
rice Moore, Mrs. Maurice Moore, Alexander Chapman, Arthur 
Branning of Wilmington, Robert Sehaw, John Aneram ; Robert 
SehawExr. Test, Elizabeth Hall. 

Darnell. Ann, Carc^ck. June 17, 1720; January, 10, 1720-2L 

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Richard Dings, also appoint him my executor ; son William. Test^ 
Pewr Dangs, Susanna Dangs. 

Daughtrey, Thomas. Northampton. November Court, 1757. 
Wife Mary, son Samuel, daughter Mary Rooks, sons Thomas and 
John, daughter Elizabeth Williams, daughter Sarah Rice, daughter 
Martha Rutland, daughter Patience Monson, son Jesse, daugh- 
ter Pleasants Daughtrey, grandson John Daughtrey ; Cousin Bryan 
Daughtrey and Robert Peele executors. Test, Samuel Perkins, 
Joshua Daughtrey, Alexandria Daughtrey. 

Doughty, John, Wilmington. June 9, 1749; August 31, 1749. 
Wife Marian. Test, Thos. Chinagam, Joseph Grainger. 

Duggan, Thomas, Tyrrell. May 9, 1734; June Court, 1754. Wife 
Mary, son Thomas, son Jesse, apprentice John Seals, my wife and 
children; John Hardison and Mary Duggan executors. Test, John 
Bennett, Higason King, William King. 

Dexter, Hope, Onslow. March 10, 1745-46; April 1, 1746. 
Brother Phillip Dexter, friend James Thompson, nephew Hope 
Dexter; Phillip Dexter executor. Test, Daniel Dexter, John 
Holmes, Chas. Stout, Joshua James. 

Damorelle, James. June 23, 1692 ; October 3, 1704. Chowan. 
Wife Lucy, daughter Rachel. Test, Daniel Halsey, William Jones, 
Samuel Armstrong. 

Davenport, Jacob, Tyrrell. July 29, 1746. Wife Rachel, child 
in ease, daughter Anne, brother William; brothers John and Jamea 
Davenport Exrs. Test, Edward Phelps, John Brown, Jno. Daven- 
por, Sr. 

Dicks, John. Feby. 10, 1705; Oct. 2, 1706. Chowan. Wife 
Phillis; son-in-law Richard Lewis Exr. Test, Thos. Luten, Jon 
Jones, Sr., Jon Wheatley. 

Dann, John, Sr., Pasquotank. Jany. 6, 1696-97; May 26, 1697. 
WifeJ Jean, children John, Louisa, Elizabeth; wife Exx. Test, 
Sarah Barron, John McBride. 

Donoho, John, Wilmington. June 6, 1743; June Court, 1743. My 
friend William White, whom I appoint my executor. Test, James 
Smallwood, Geo. Owen, Ann Higgins. 

Drake, John, Bertie. Jany. 5, 1728; May Court, 1729. Wife 
Sarah, son James; father-in-law James Bryant Exr. Test, John 
Sutton, Jno Dickinson, Richard Sumner. 

Delohoide, William, Wilmington. Matthew Rowan Exr; eldest 
son, child in esse in Cork. Oct. 3, 1738. Test, Mrs. Elizabeth 

Douge, Tully, Currituck. May 18, 1746. Brother James, sister 
Sarcy, sister Susanna Glasco's children, Peter Sarcy, Caleb Glasco 
son of William, youngest brother John Douge. Test, Jos. Camp- 
bell, Henry Simmons, Joab Douge. 

Dupee, Elias, son of Daniel Dupee late of Boston, New England, 
Newbern. Father Daniel Dupee, whom I appoint my executor. 
Augt. 4, 1750 ; Feby. Court, 1754. Test, John Mill, Eras Fontain, 
John Foster. 

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Dooles, Thomas, Edgecombe. November 28, 1756. Son Joseph, 
wife Patience, Robert Furrier, son John, daughters Sarah, Catharine, 
and Bethia; wife, son Joseph, and Robt. Furrier Exrs. Test, Janes 
Myhan, Moses Home, Robert Furyear, Jos. Dales. 

Doleer, Giles, Albemarle. Feby. 25, 1687-88. Godson Valentine 
Roe, David Fritchett, Jr., Roland Buckley, Francis Henry, god- 
daughter Mary Garrett; Ralph Garrett Exr. Test, Paul Latham, 
Francis Henry, Rowland Busby. 

Discorah, Thos., Perquimans. Jany. 11, 1726-27; Feby. 2, 
1726-27. Samuel Phelps; James Siterson, whom I appoint my 
Exr. Test, Ralph Boozman. 

*Durant, George. Oct. 9, 1688. Son John, son Thomas, brother 
John Durant of LK)ndon and his son Henry, nephew George son of 
brother John Durant, wife Ann, daughters Sarah, Mattya, Portemia, 
and Ann. Probated Feby. 6, 1693-94. Test, John Philpot, Francis 
Forster, John Cully. 

♦Note. — George Durant was bom Oct. 1, 1682 ; was married to Ann Marwood 
Jany 4, 1658-59, by Rev. David Lindsey, in Northumberland Co., Va., certificate 
being witnessed by George Cowbough, a magistrate ; he came into Perquimans 
or Berkely Precinct, Colony of Carolina, in 1661, where he bought tracts of land 
from the Indians, in what is now known as Durant's Neck, in Perquimans 
County ; thfc deeds signed by Cisketando and Kilconanen, kings or chief men of 
the tribes, are still on the records of Perquimans County at Hertford, N. C. 

The foUowing items are taken from his Family Bible, printed in 1599, now in 
the possession of the University of North Carolina : George Durant was born 
Apnl, 1682. Sarah Stevens departed this life Augt. 16, 1717, in the 49th vear of 
her age. John Durant departed this life Jany. 15, 1699. Ann Durant died Jany. 
22, 1694. Hagar Durant died Jany. 14, 1723. Geo. Durant died Sept. 12, 1780. 
Elizabeth Clayton died 14th Jany., 173/. Sarah Durant died in 1695, Mch. 29. 
Mary Durant died May, 1698. John Barclift, son of Thomas and Ann his wife, 
was born Augt. 9, 1711. Mary Reed, wife of Christiau Reed, died Deo. 10, 1746, 
aged 28 years and 8 days. Christian Reed and wife Mary gave the Bible to Wil- 
liam Reed (their eldest son). Ann Durant, daughter of George and Sarah, was 
bom July 8, 1714. John Durant was bom Sept. 13, 1716. Mary and Sarah Dur- 
ant (twins) were bom Dec. 2, 1718. Elizabeth was bom Mch. 12, 1720. John 
Durant departed this life Oct. 8, 1721. George Durant was born Augt. 20, 1723. 
William Rieed, son of Christian and Mary his wife, was born Oct., 12, 1740. Pe- 
nelope Reed, daughter of Tulle Williams and Elizabeth his wife, was born Nov. 
2, 1745. William Reed and Penelope Williams were married Sept. 10, 1761. Ann 
Reed, daughter of William and Penelope, was born Nov. 20, 1764. Joseph Reed 
died May 7, 1765. Rebecca Reed, daughter of William Reed and Alice his wife, 
was born June 29, 1794. Rebecca Reed and Joseph Sutton were married July 
31, 1810 ; she died Dec. 28, 1815, leaving an infant. Richard Reed, son of Wilson 
Fiances, was bom Oct. 7, 1817. Frances Reed died Nov. 12, 1817. Ann Durant 
was bom Jany. 10, 1689. Elizabeth Durant was born Jany. 28, 1692. Sarah 
Durant was bora Mch. 29, 1695. Mary Durant was bora Ma;r 19, 1698. Wilson 
Reed, his Book. Jany. 1, 1800, given to him by his father. William Reed. * 'Wil- 
liam Reed, his Bible, given to him by his father Christian Reed, and he will give 
it to his daughter Rel^cca." 

The following items are taken from the Records of Perquimans County : 
"George Durant and Ann Marwood were married 4th Jany., 1658-59, by Rev. 
David Lindsey, in Northimiberland Co , Va., and signed by Gheo. Cowbough, Maj- 
istrate." George Durant, son of George and Ann, was born Dec. 24, 1659. Eliz- 
abeth Durant, daughter of George and Ann, was born Feby. 15, 1660-61. John 
Durant, son of George and Ann, was born Dec. 26, 1662. Mary Durant, daugh- 
ter of Gteorge and Ann, was born Feby. 11, 1665. Thomas Durant. son of George 
and Ann, was bom Augt. 28, 1668. Sarah Ehirant, daughter of George and Ann, 

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Denson, James, Onslow. May 3, 1756. James Howard, cousin 
John Howard, Luke Barefleld, Sarah Ashburn, wife Elizabeth, Den- 
son Ashburn ; wife executrix. Test, Willian^ Royal, Moses Ander- 
son, Joseph Sturges. 

Durrance, Samuel, Tyrrell. November 1, 1756. Son William 
Williams Durrance, son Francis, Elizabeth Durant, wife Elizabeth 
Durant, Wm. Swinson, and Francis Ward. Test, Alex. Maclelan, 
Mary Combs, Fr. Ward. 

Dobsen, William, Chowan Precinct, Albemarle. August 23, 1690. 
Wife Kathrin, son William. Test, John Lewis, Thomas Muns, John 

Darling, Richard, Chowan. April 8, 1702. Son Thomas; wife 
Elizabeth executrix. Test, Columb Fflyn, Daniel Deens. 

was bom Jany, 16, 1670. Martha Durant, daughter of Qeorge and Ann, was 
born August 28, 167S. Parthenia Durant, daughter of George and Ann, was 
born August 1, 1675. John Durant, son of George and Ann, and Sarah Jooke, 
daughter of Thomas and Ann his wife, were married AprU 9, 1684. George 
Durant, son of John and Sarah, was born last of September, 1685. Ann Durant, 
daughter of John and Sarah, was born February 16, 1688. Elizabeth Durant, 
daughter of John and Sarah, was born Jany. 28, 1691. George Durant. son of 
George and Ann. died Sept. 18, 1671. Mary Durant. daughter of Jno. and Sarah, 
was bom May 19, 1698. George, son of Thomas and Elizabeth, was bora Nov. 
25, 1696. Ann, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth, was born Feby. 16, 170^-3. 
William Stephens was married to Mrs. Sarah Durant, widow of John. Jany. 1 
1703-4. Richard Whedbee married Sarah Durant, daughter of John and Sarah, 
Feby. 4, 1709. John Whedbee, son of Kichard and &rah, was born April 23, 
1715. Sarah Whedbee, daughter of Richard and Sarah, was born Jany. 23, 1717. 
Joseph Whedbee, son of Richard and Sarah, was bom Mch. 12, 1725-26. John 
Durant, son of George and Hagar, died Oct. 8, 1721 Mrs. Sar^h Whedbee, wife 
of Richard, died Apl. 4, 1728; Hezekiah, their son, was born April 1. 1728. Geo. 
Durant, son of John and Sarah, married about 1714 Hagar Crisp, daughter of 

Capt. Nicholas Crisp and his wife Wilkins. Issue, John Durant, born Sept. 

13, 1716, died July 8. 1721 ; Mary and Sarah (twins), born Dec. 2, 1717. Mary 
married Christian Reed, son of Gov. William Reed. Sarah married Joseph 
Blount, son of John Blount and his wife Elizabeth Davis. Issue, only one 
daughter Sarah, who married William Littlejohn of Edenton, N. C. Issue, 
Thomas Blount Littlejohn, Joseph Blount Littlejohn, John Wilson Littlejohn, 
and Mrfe. John Little. WilUam A. Littlejohn died unmarried in 1802. Wil- 
liam Littlejohn, Sr., died in 1817. Ann Durant, born 1719, daughter of George 
. and Hagar, married Thomas Corprew and died leaving two children, John and 
Geo. Durant Corprew. Thomas Corprew married 2nd Sarah Vail ; in his will he 
speaks of his daughter-in-law Mary Buncombe, the daughter of his 1st wife, Ann 
Durant, who first married Joseph Buncombe of Tyrrell Precinct, a nephew of Col. 
Edward Buncombe. Elizabeth Durant, daughter of George and Ha^ar, married 
Jos*»ph Reed, brother of Christian. Issue, daughter Mary, married Spencer Rid- 
ley July 27, 1770 ; sons Joseph and John ; son Christian, married Margaret Jor- 
dan, daughter of Joseph and Ruth Jordan, of Bertie Co., N. C, (the Peace 
family of Kittrells, N. C., are descendants of Christian Reed and Biargaret Jor- 
dan) ; Mrs. Thomas and Benjamin Reed. Mrs. Elizabeth Reed marri^ for her 
2d husband Thomas Jacocks ; no issue by last marriage. Thomas Jacocks mar- 
ried first Rebecca Scolley, of Boston. Mrs. Rebecca F. Dorrance of Middleboro, 
Mass. , is a descendant of Thomas Jacocks and his wife Rebecca ScoUey, through 

their daughter Rebecca Jacocks ; one other daughter constitutes the issue 

of Thomas Jacocks. Would be glad to have a copy of all the records now in ex- 
istence relating to Geo. Durant and his descendants ; would like to give later a 
full record of the family. 

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* Durant, Geo. May 5, 1730. Son George, daughters Ann, Mary, 
Sarab and Elizabeth ; brothers Zebulon Clayton and Richard Clay- 
ton Exrs. Test, Thomas Snowden, Elizabeth Gibson, John Stevens. 

Edmonson, Joseph, Craven. Augst. 4, 1743. Sons John, Thomas 
and James, daughters Mary and Priscilla; wife Priscilla and son 
John Exrs. Test, Richard Bath, Elias Martin. 

Evans, John, Chowan. Augt. 24, 1739; Jany. 15, 1789-10. Sons 
John and Thomas, daughter Jane, son Benjamin, daughters Mary 
and Rachel, wife Jane, friend James Evans; wife and son John Exrs. 
Test, John Evans, Charles Jordan. 

Evans, Charles, 8r., Edgecombe. June 1, 1757 ; Mch. Court, 1759. 
Daughter Mary Bettis, sons Benjamin and Jacob, grandson John 
Evans son of Charles and wife Elizabeth, granddaughter Ann Evans 
daughter of Charles Evans; youngest son Church Exr. Test, John 
Tison, Charles Evans, Jr. 

Evans, Robert, Perquimans. Mch. 20, 1754; Jany. Court, 1758. 
Daughter Sarah, son John, son Robert, daughters Elizabeth and 
Mary, grandchildren Demsey, Aaron, Robert and Huldah Blanch- 
ard, daughter Sarah Griffin; son Robert Exr. Test, Wm. Klury, 
Nathan Cullens, Davenport Gt)oding. 

Evans, William, Northampton. Wife Sarah, daughter Mary ; wife 
and Daniel Dunkin Exrs. Apl. 10, 1758. Test, Gerard Young," 
Thomas Wilbern. July Court, 1758. 

Evans, John, New Hanover. June 19, 1743; May 15, 1744. 
Daughter Charity Edwards, eldest son John, wife Mary, youngest 
son Thomas; wife and Henry Baron Exrs. Test, Thos. Hobby, 
William Stephens, Henry Baron. 

Evans, Burwell, Beaufort. Apl. 1,1756; June Court, 1756. Daugh- 
ters Sarah and Susanna, wife Susanna, friend William Stokes, 
nephews Jacob and Burwell Evans sons of Benjamin Evans; wife, 
brothers Jacob, Benjamin and Charles Evans Exrs. Test, George 
Sugg, Peter Heck, Richard Hinley. 

Evans, Mary, Perquimans. Apl. 8, 1720; Mch. 9, 1723. Son 
William Evans; cousin Francis Penrice and Darby Bryan Exrs. 
Test, John Dick, Harris Willoughby, Francis Layden. 

Evens, Richard, Perquimans. Sept. 7, 1692; Oct. 2, 1692. Wife 
Elizabeth, children Jonathan, Richard, Rebecca and Ann Evans; 
wife and Alex. Lillington Exrs. Test, James Sherwood, Jane Arnold, 
Benj. Gidden. 

♦ Note. — Geo. Durant was the son of John Durant and Sarah Jooke, and grand- 
son of Geo. Durant and wife Ann Mar wood. His son George seems to have died 
without issue, as we find no trace of him, nor any mention made of him in the 
deeds made by the other heirs executed for the real estate of the testator. Saraii 
Durant married Joseph Blount I. Sarah married Christian Reed. Elizabeth 
married Joseph Reed, brother of Christian. Ann Durant married 1st Joseph 
Buncombe or Tyrrell Precinct ; (was the uncle of Col. Edward Buncombe :) issue 

by 1st marriage only one daughter, Mary Bimoombe, who married Sutton. 

Married 2d Thomas Corprew ; issue, John Durant and George Durant Corprew, 
one of whom moved with his uncle Joshua Corprew to Prmcess Anne Co., Va. 
lliomas Corprew married 2d Sarah Vail. 

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Evans, Hunt, Pasquotank. Dec. 5, 1729; Jany. 22, 1729-30. 
Brother Bartholomew, brother Thos. Armoure, brother Theophilus, 
cousin Richard, father-in-law Louis Markham. Test, Robert Keel, 
Elizabeth Clark. 

Evans, Thomas, Tyrrell. Mch. 14, 1744-5; June Court, 1745. 
Mother Elenn Evans, Samuel Tittertou, wife Mary, children Elizabeth, 
Mary, Catharine, Alee and Sarah Evans ; wife, Samuel Durrance and 
Mathias Adams Exrs. Test, John Nichols, John Garrett, Jno. Walker. 

Evans, Richard, Beaufort. Dec. 26, 1752; June Court, 1753. 
Eldest son Richard, daughter Mary, youngest son George; Michael 
Coutanche and son Richard Exrs. Test, Edmund Baru, Joshua 
Pearce, Reading Blount. 

Ellison, William, New Hanover. June 3, 1737; July 2,1737 
Brother Andrew Ellison; James Murray Exr. Test, Ja. Paterson 
Thos. Clark, Ja. Murray. 

Eagan, James, Bladen. Oct. 30, 1737 ; Mch. Court, 1738. Wil 
liam.Cary Exr; wife and daughter. Test, William Bartram, Ar 
thur Doanielly. 

Elliott, Michael, Orange. Oct. 25, 1756 ; Dec. Court, 1766. Wil 
liam Phillips, whom I appoint my Exr. Test, William Abill, Jos. 
Hopkins, William Hopkins. 

• Elliott, Moses, Perquimans. Wife Judah, sons Moses, Benjamin 
and Joseph; wife Exx. Test, Abraham Haskit, S^imuel Bugby. 
Feby. 2, 1756; Jany. Court, Phelps Point, 1756. 

Elliott, Thomas, Perquimans. April 2, 1729; Dec. 16, 1729. Sons 
Caleb, Joshua, Isaac, William and Thomas, daughter Mary Brown, 
sons Abraham and Solomon, daughter Urseley, sons Joseph and 
Benjamin, wife Margaret, sons Jacob and Moses ; wife and sou Caleb 
Exrs Test Sarah ^^V^arner 

Eborn, Nathl., Hyde. Oct. 1, 1753 ; Mch. Court, 1754. Wife Re- 
becca, sons James and Littleton, son William, daughter Elizabeth 
Eborn, son Aaron, brother Littleton Eborn ; sons James and Little- 
ton Exrs. Test, Israel Windley, Elizabeth Windley, John Houren. 

Eborn, Elizabeth, Hyde. May 23, 1745. Granddaughter Mary 
Stevens, daughter Elizabeth Macknerol, sons Henry and Nathaniel 
Eborn, daughter Rebecca Jones; sons Henry and Littleton Exrs. 
Test, Edward Davis, Eliz. Bell, W. Harris. 

Eborn, Littleton, Hyde. Apl. 13, 1758 ; June Court, 1758. Broth- 
ers James and William, brother-in-law William Boyd. Test, Wm. 
Harris, Martha Eborn, Wm. Macknerol. 

Eborn, Rebecca, Hyde. Oct. 30. 1754; June Court, 1758. Sons 
Littleton and William, daughter Elizabeth, son Aaron ; son Little- 
ton Exr. Test, Geo. Barrow, Zachariah Brown. 

Eldridge, William, Northampton. May Court, 1751. Wife Mary, 
Matthew Moore, Mola Moore, Charity Moore, Patty Peacock daugh- 
ter of Elizabeth Peacock, brother Samuel, sister Martha Gay, Thomas 
Nixon, Martha Moore, Wm. Kechan, Sr.; Jas. Washington and Benj. 
DeBerry to appraise estate, and executors. Test, John DeBerry, 
Wm. Richardson, Rebecca Dawson. 

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I^gertoD, James, Perquimans. Sods James and William, daugh- 
ters Mary and Ann, wife Sarah ; John Wilkins and John Halsey 
Exrs. Sept 11, 1749; Jany. Court, 1750. 

Edwards, Isaac, Northampton. Sept. 18, 1758. Wife Elizabeth, 
children Elizabeth, Thomas, John, and Josiah, son-in-law Samuel 
Phillips, daughter-in-law Ann Edwards, grauddaughter Elizabeth 
Phillips, grandson John Edwards, son William ; wife, sons William 
and Thomas Exrs. Test, John Sawkill, Robert Dukes, John Ed- 

Edwards, Edward, Northampton. Feby. 7, 1758; July Court, 
1758. Wife Ann; wife Exx. Test, James Seay William Win- 

Edwards, Henry, Edgecombe. Jany. 14, 1758. Sons Nathan, 
Britain, and Jesse ; sons Samuel and Henry Exrs. Test, Arthur 
Bowin, John Norwood. 

Edwards, Catharine, Bladen. May 22. 1755. Son Robert, grand- 
sons John, Samuel, and Isaac Hollings worth, Valentine Hollings- 
worth and Robert Edwards, daughter Ann Sutton's sons; Robert 
Edwards and Valentine Hollingsworth Exrs. Test, James Prothro, 
Jeremiah Prothro. Ann D. Saurenay. 

Ennett, Edmond, New River. Feby. 24, 1733-34 ; Apl. 11. 1735. 
Son John, daughter Elliner, son Edmund, Ann Byrd, and my 
children; Nath'l Averit and John Warren Exrs. Test, Martha 
Holt, William Marshment, Jonathan Pike, Mary Pike. 

Elise, Mary. Feby. 22, 1689. Thomas Clarke, son Telsel. Test, 
Elizabeth Willis, Ellis Wilson, John Wilson. 

Ellis, Robert, Northampton. Jany. 28, 1740 ; Feby. Court, 1743. 
Son John, neighbor Phil. Smith, grandsons Robert and John Ellis; 
Phil. Smith, Exr. Test, Phil. Smith, Moses Beck, Elizabeth Smith. 

Easter, Mary, Hyde. Nov. 4, 1751. Daughters Lydia, Mary, 
Sarah and Ann, sons Thomas, Abraham, John, and William ; sons 
John and Thomas Exrs. Test, John Mason, Jacob Tule, Ann 

Easter, Abraham, Hyde. Nov. 18, 1751 ; Dec. Court, 1751. Wife 
Elizabeth, brother John and Thomas, son James, daughter Mary, 
child in esse; brothers John and Thomas Exrs. William Caron, 
Sabastia Silverthorn, Uriah Collins. 

Easter, John, Hyde. Jany. 1751-52. Sister Lydia Easter and 
Sedar Delk, Catharine Leath, Elizabeth Leath, brothers Thomas 
and William Easter. Test, John Hanna, Jno. Winley, Israel 

Easter, John, Hyde, Oct. 27, 1732; Mch. Court, 1732-33. Wife, 
daughters Sarah and Dina, son Thomas, child in esse ; wife and 
son Abraham Exrs. Test, Edward Hadley, Thomas Gording, Thos. 

EUegood, Mathias, Pasquotank. Sept. 10, 1773; Mch. 7,1774. 
John ^wyer, Jonathan Hearing, wife Margaret, all of whom I ap- 
point my Exrs. Test, Lemuel Spence, Thos. Etberidge, Thomas 

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Early, John, Sr., Bertie. Oct. 20, 1740 ; proved. Wife Ann, son 
John, daughters Margaret Mauchenry, Martha Thomas, Mary Blake, 

Sarah Keef, Elizabeth , Bethsheba Morris, Rebecca Morris; 

wife and son John Exrs. Test, John Williams, Edward Williams. 

Ednye, Robert, Pasquotank. ApL 4, 1762; Dec. Court, 1758. 
Son Samuel, daughters Ann and Ahinoam, son Necton, Reusher 
Ednye, daughter Elizabeth Cartwright; wife Ann and son Samuel 
Exrs. Test, Samuel Smith, Jos. Spence, Thomas Loads. 

Espy, James, New Hanover. Oct. 3, 1739 ; Oct. 9, 1739. Daugh- 
ter Sarah, wife Margaret, son Usher; John Montgomery and Wil- 
liam Dry Exrs. Test, James Hellier, James Lyon, William Gray. 

Eagles, Richard, New Hanover. Son Joseph son of Margaret 
Henrietta Eagles my wife, formerly Margaret Henrietta Buguion, 
daughter Susannah, Elizabeth Eagles daughter of my wife Marga- 
ret Henrietta, cousin Jean and Elizabeth Davis; sister Elizabeth 
Davis; James McFarling, John Eagleson, John Gibbs, Robert Shaw, 
John Ancrum, and Thos. Owen Exrs. Mch. 23, 1769; Mch. 31, 
1769. Test, John Walker, John Fergus, Mary Walker, Father 
Richard Eagles. 

Eagles, Richard, Wilmington. Son Richard, daughter Elizabeth 
Davis. Proved Mch. 11, 1755. 

Etheridge, Solomon, Currituck. Nov. 7. 1749; Jany. Court, 
1749-50. Eldest son Abner, wife Mary,children Solomon, Absalom, 
Sarah, Lettisla, Barbary, and Rodah Etheridge ; wife Exx. Test, 
Willis Etheridge, Caleb Etheridge. 

Etheridge, John, Currituck. Apl. 3, 1744; July Court, 1744. 
Eldest son Amos, second son Willis, 3d son Caleb, sons James, John, 
and Jonas, 'daughters Sarah Biges and Dinah Etheridge ; wife 
Elenor Exx. Test, Thos. Williams, Solomon Etheridge, John Fir- 
kins, Absalom Legett. 

Etheridge, Richard, Currituck. Feby. 12, 1739-40. Wife Sarah, 
sons Adam and Sampson, daughters Diana Dowe, and Hellena 
Dowdy, grandson Robert Tucker, granddaughter Priscilla Ether- 
idge; sons Sampson and Adam Exrs. Test, Thos. Mayo, Charity 
Sauell, Louisa Mayo. 

Elton, Zachariah, Perquimans. Oct. 5, 1752; Oct. Court 1752. 
Jonathan Phelps, Sr., Joseph White, Sr., Mary Barker, William 
Lamb ; Jonathan Phelps, Sr., and Joseph White, Sr., Exrs. Test, 
Wm. Towsin, Thomas Martin. 

English, Joseph, Beaufort. Dec. Court, 1744. Mrs. Mary Pellee ; 
Dr. Peter Colaxe Exr. Test, John Brock, John Fulker, Nathan 

Nathaniel, Everitt, Tyrrell. Nov. 2, 1749 ; Dec. Court, 1749, at 
Kendrick's Creek, Parish of St. Ann's. Nathaniel Everitt of New 
River, Elizabeth or Mary Everitt of Maryland, Nathl. Everitt of 
Maryland, Sarah Fagan, Nathl. Everitt, plantation in Tyrrell ; 
Nathl. Everitt born at Kendrick's Creek in the year 1707 ; Nath'l 
Everitt Exr ; speaks of bond at Court House at Kendrick's Creek. 
Test, Thos. Everitt, James Rhoads, Ann Beasley. 

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Eady, Heury, Pasquotank. Apl 11, 1750; July Court, 1750. 
Brother John Eady, wife, daugbtberinlaw Mary Walsoii ; wife 
Exx. Test, Sarah Wilson, Peter Wren, Saml. Lowman. 

Edmunds, Richard, Northampton. Sept. 26, 17£0; Nov. Court, 
1750. Wife Elizabeth, son Thomas, daughters Mary, Rebecca, and 
Elizabeth, son David; B-rabe Melton Exr. Test, Saml. Hackney, 
Saml. Jordan, Jennings Hackney. 

Eyres, Richard, Perquimans Precinct. 2d 8 mo., 1685; Nov. 11, 
1685. Charles Prows. Test, Richard Pooke, Mary Nooley. 

Elks, Richard. Sept. 21, 1687. William Darby. Test, Thos. 
Pollock, Thamer Harlo, John Wolfenden, John Lowin. 

Elks, John. Jany. 23, 1707-8. Sons John^ Thomas, Amanuel, 
and Marmaduke, daughter Ealce; wife Mary Exx. Test, Edward 
Old, Jr., Geo. Warrenton.Sr. & Jr., Rebebah Old. 

Edmonds, Samuel, Chowan. Nov. 3. 1720; April Court, 1721. 
Son Henry, daughters Sarah Edmonds, Ann Smith, Elizabeth 
Moulton wife of Henry Moulton ; wife Mary and John Edwards,Sr., 
Exrs. Test, John Williams, Geo. Eubanck, Theophilus Williams, 
Edward Moore. 

Engel, Peter, Craven. Sept. 22, 1722; Dec. 21, 1722. Godson 
William Moore, Ann Fautus, Susan More, Dority More, Mary Lots, 
Adam More, George Mais. Test, Peter Hand, Matthew Reasoner. 

Eason, William, Bertie. Jany. 2, 1734-5 ; May Court, 1736. Wife 
Anne, son William, son George ; brothers Thomas and George Eason 
Exrs. Test, Henry Baker, Samuel Smith, John Hogard. 

Eaeon, William, Perquimans. Jany. 20, 1718-9; July 14, 1719. 
Sons William, Thomas and George, wife Mary, daughters Susanna, 
Rachel and Jane Eson ; wife Exx. Test, Thos. Davies, Elizabeth 
Doners, Thos. Speight. Probated at Court held at the house of Mrs. 
Elizabeth French. 

Elliott, Charles, Barrister, Halifax. Oct. 15, 1753; May Term, 
1757. John Rutherford. Test, Thos. Lowe, John Lawson. 

Etheridge, Henry, Coratuck. Mch. 10, 1742-3; July 5, 1743. 
Sons Samuel, William, Richard and Henry, daughters Ann, Ledy 
and Mary, wife Lucy. Test, John Ballance, Wm. McPherson, Moses 

Everett, John, Tyrrell. Mch. 16, 1754; June Court, 1754. Brother 
Joshua, father Nathaniel Everett, brother Thos. Everett, cousins 
John and Elizabeth Everett; brothers Joshua and Thomas Everett, 
Nathaniel Everett and brother Thomas Exrs. Test, Saml. Durrance, 
David Garrett, Nathl. Smith. 

Fereile, Richard, Pasquotank. Jany. 1, 1738-9 ; July Court, 1740. 
Sons Erasmus and John, all my children. Test, Thos. James, WHIis 

Ferrell, William, Coratuck. Nov. 9, 1742; Feby. 3, 1742-3. Sons 
Joseph, Caleb and Samuel, Salla Mason, daughters Ezbell Burkett, 
Tamar and Mary Ferrell, wife Sarah. Test, Geo. Ferebee, Joseph 
Ferebee, William Ferebee. 

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Pryley, William, Tyrrell. Mch. 7, 1737; Augst. 28, 1737. Wife 
Orace, grandson Even Jones, daughter Mary Jones, grandson Fry- 
ley Jones; wife, daughter, and Oullen Pollock Exrs. Test, Stevens 
Lee, Robert M. Bow, Thomas Lee, 

Pullingham, John, Sr., Pitt. Nov. 11, 1773; Dee. 22, 1773. Wife 
Margaret, sons John, Robert, Samuel, Jarvis and Benjamin, daugh- 
ter Mary Hays; sons John and Robert Exrs. Test, Josiah Littel, 
Alex. Stewart. 

Foster, John, Newbem. Oct 9, 1754. Wife Elizabeth, son Thomas, 
Jeremiah Vail, uncle Zechariah Sawtell. Test, Wm. Wright, Chas. 
■Cogdell, Jr. Codical. son Parker Foster. 

Foster, William. Perquimans. Oct. 9, 1687. Son Francis, wife 
Diana, daughter Elizabeth ; son Francis Exr. Test, Jonathan Bate- 
man, Wm. Hughes, Samuel Pricklove. 

Fitzgerald, John, Johnston. Augst. 14, 1749; Sept. Court, 1751. 
Son-in-law Arthur Pierce, son John, wife Anne, son Thomas; Arthur 
and Richard Pierce Exrs. Test, Robt. Baxter, Anthony Fulgham, 
Anne Pierce. 

Falconer, Thomas, Chowan. Jany. 31, 17i6; Apl. Court, 1756. 
Wife Sarah, Sarah Freeman daughter of Thomas, Richard Leary, Sr., 
of Tyrrell, John Beasley son of James, his brother Thomas Beasley, 
Mary Paine daughter of James Beasley ; John Halsey and Cornelius 
Leary Exrs. Test, Robert Beasley, James Francis, Edward Robins, 
Eliz. Rowsom. 

Falconer, John, Chowan. July 28. 1739; Aug. 5, 1741. Son 
Thomas, daughters Mary and Ann, Hester Gravener, son George; 
^ife Sarah Exx. Test, Edward Arendell, Patience Everag. 

Fortsen, Marv, wife of Frederick Fortsen. Jany. 20, 1663; Nov. 
15, 1665. To Frederick Fortsen 900 acres land, son Theophilus 
Fortsen. Test, John Lawrence, Wm. Early, Elizabeth Raby. Thomas 
Harris Clerk. 

Fry, Thomas, Bath. Mch. 28, 1724-5; Jany. Court, 1726. Mother 
Elizabeth Fry of Milton in Soutbton, England, wife Elizabeth"** and 
her heirs: wife Exx. Test, Patrick Maule, John Baptist Ashe, 
Thomas Harding, Sarah Swann. (Beaufort and Hyde.) 

Flood, James, Edenton. Nov. 15, 1730; Nov. 30, 1760. Wife 
Elizabeth, William Brasswell, Mrs. Sarah Vaughan ; James Craven, 
Thos. Barker, and wife Exrs. Test, Edmund Hatch, John McKildo, 
Richd. McCleese. 

Flood, James, Cape Fare. Sept. 13, 1731 ; June 10, 1736. Wife 
Elizabeth, also my Exx. Test, Tunis Van Gelders, Elizabeth Har- 
nett, Mary Parker. 

Flanakin, Richard, Beaufort Precinct, Bath. Sept. 5, 1739; June 
Oourt, 1741. Sons James, Thomas, Richard and William, daughter 

♦ NoTB.— Dr. Patrick liaule married Elizabeth Fry. widow of Thomas Fry ; he 
waa married twice. Dr. Maule in his will executed April 19, 1786, mentions wife 
Elizabeth. Miss Helen M. Prescott, in her memoirs of the Roulhac family, gives 
the name of Dr. Maule's wife as Mary ; she was possibly his first wife. 

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Leah, wife Katharine; brother Abraham Pritchettand son James 
Exrs. Test, Rowland Porter Finch, Dorothy Finch, Samuel Gk>odwin. 

Fonville, John, Craven. Jany. 20, 1773; Jany. 27, 1778. Sons John, 
William Brice, Francis and Frederick, wife Mary, sons Stephen and 
Jeremiah, daughter Mary Hatch, daughter Elizabeth Hatcn, daugh- 
ter Easter, granddaughter Elizabeth d of Frederick, to the Church 
in Newbem 20£; sons John, William Brice, and Francis Fonville 
Exrs. Test, John Turner, William Ballard, Isaac Esleck. 

Foscue, Simon, Hyde. Nov. 11, 1751. Eldest son Richard, sons 
William, Luke and John, daughters Mary Silverthorn, Sarah San- 
derson, Barbaric Bailey; sons John, Bell and Luke Exrs. Test, 
Uriah Collins, Abraham Easter, Comfort Rice. 

Foscue, John, Hyde. Nov. 18, 1761; Mch. Court, 1751. Sons 
Moses, John and William, daughters Mary and Lydia; William 
81ade and wife Abigail Exrs. Test, Simon Foscue, Uriah Collins, 
Mary Hamilton. 

Freeman, William, Chowan. Feby 7, 1736 ; Augst. 13, 1737. Sons 
John, William, Thomas and Richard, wife Mary, sons Aaron and 
Samuel ; wife and son John Exrs. Test, Walter Draughan, John 
Freeman, Jr„ Thomas Rountree, Sr. 

Fogg, Moses, Craven. Dec. 3, 1751 ; Mch. 19, — . Grace daughter of 
Jonathan Fogg, Matthew Bouston ; friend John Lane Exr. Test, 
John Donear, Nicholas Rutledge, Nathan Alexander. 

Freeman, John, Beaufort. Dec. 19, 1752; Mch. Court, 1758. Wife 
Mary, son John;* wife Exx. Test, James Calef, James Pilkington, 
Whyriot Ormond. 

* Figures, Bartholomew, Northampton. Mch. 16, 1758 ; Mch. 19, 
1758. Sons John, Richard and Bartholomew, daughters Rebecca 
Deering, Mary Mosson, sons Joseph and William, daughter Eliza- 
beth Lewis; sons John and Bartholomew Exrs. Test, Joseph Dew, 
Charles Dew, William Shaacro. 

Fellyan, John, Craven. Augst 1, 1747 ; Mch. 15, 1747-8. Son 
John, wife Jane, daughters Ann and Priscilla, son Joseph, daugh- 
ters Mary Magdelene and Rachel, son James; wife Exx. Test, Alex. 
Blackshare, William Gray. 

Furbish, Thomas, Pasquotank. Apl. 26, 1732. Sons William, 
Thomas and Isaac; wife Abigail and Thomas Burgess Exrs. Test, 
Mary Jones, Alice Furbish, Juda Hanbury. 

French, Richard, Perquimans. Wife Elizabeth tract of land oc- 
cupied by John Old and wife Sus*«nna; wife Exx. Test, Thos. 
Blitchenden, Richd. Skinner, Sarah Evens. 

Fletcher, Curtis, Currituck. Mch. 28, 1679; Apl. 15, 1679. Wil- 
liam Bray, Thos. Tulle, my mother, Benjamin Tulley. Test, Wil- 
liam Boys, Daniel Prinhot. Proved before Richd. Foster. 

Fletcher, Ralph, Perquimans. Son Ralph, wife Mary, son Joshua, 

*NoTX. — Evidently the ancestors of the late Bartholomew Figures Moore of 
Raleigh, N. C. 

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daughter Mary Ratliff, daughters Jane, Miriam and Ruth; son 
Ralph and son-inlaw Jos. Ratliff Exrs, Test, Francis Toms, Fran- 
cis Newby, William Lasey. 

Fletcher, Francis, Perquimans. Nov., 1743. Wife Margaret, also 
my Exx. Test, Benj. Baptist, Jonathan Longlather, William 

Fi^tcher, Ralph, 8r., Perquimans. Feby. 20. 1726-7 ; Jany. Court, 
1728. Sons Ralph, George, James and Joshua, daughters Jane and 
Elizabeth, wife, Richard Skinner and Richard Cheasten. Test, Eliz- 
abeth French, Sarah Skinner, Thomas RatliflF. 

Foreman, John Riding, Hyde. Apl. 1, 1758; Sept. Court, 1758. 
Wife Margaret, brother Sanders Foreman, son John; Sanders Fore- 
man and bis son Exrs. Test, Will am and Saml. Dunbar. 

Foreman, John, Hyde. Sept. 6, 1744; Dec. Court, 1744. Wife 
Margaret, sons Caleb, John Ryding, Alexander, William, Joshua and 
Joseph Foreman, daughter Charity Lucas, son Lazarus; wife Exx. 
Test, Thos. Loach, Elias Loach, Joshua Foreman. 

Fourre, Pierre, Pasquotank. Aug. 1697; Nov. 3, 1697. Son John, 
daughters Nichols, Margueritt, Mary and Esther; wife Catharine 
Exx. Test, Anthony Markham, Francis De La Mere. Mrs. Elizabeth 
Hunt will please take my daughter Esther in case my wife should 
die, she being her godmother. 

Fourre, John, Pasquotank. Mch. 13, 1730-31; Apl. Court, 1732. 
Son Isaac, daughter Martha, son Nathaniel, sister Mary Correy; wife 
and son Nathaniel Exrs. Test, John Wills, John Corey, Thomas 

Felthen, James, Bertie. Mch. 15, 1726; July 21, 1726. Wife 
Ann, whom I appoint my Exx. Test, Martin Fred Rasor, Christo- 
pher Vanluson, Martha^ Hooper. 

Fleming, Rosannah. May 20. 1758; Oct. Court, 1758. Daugh- 
ter Sarah Scrimsher, daughter Martha Fleming, son James, daugh- 
ters Elizabeth and Mary ; son James Exr. Test, Zachariah Webb, 
Sr., Zach Webb, Jr., James Jobson. (Perquimans). 

Fleming, George, Pasquotank. May 7; 1694; July 16, 1694. 
Thomas Elliott, daughter Elizabeth; Simon Ker Exr. Test, Wil- 
liam Bray, Isaac Gilford, Eliz Jon^s, John Philpot. 

Flovell, William, Newton, New Hanover. Dec. 8, 1737; Mch. 1. 
1737-38. Two hundred pounds, to be paid by my executors, in six 
months, to build an English Church in Newton, and my pews in 
the English Church of Charles Town to be sold and the amount laid 
out for "Communion Plate" for the said church in Newton; niece 
Elizabeth Colleton now wife of George Colleton of South Carolina, 
uncle William Hale late of Nassau, New Providence; William Ro- 
per, Elizabeth Colleton, Rufus Marsden, John Davis, and Jos. 
Wragg Exrs. Test, Roger Rolfe, Mich. Higgines, Armand de Ros- 
sett, M. D. 

Freshwater, John, Pasquotank. Apl. 9, 1753; July Court, 1753. 
Son William Armisted Freshwater, son John, wife Elizabeth, daugh- 

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ter Frances : wife and son William Exrs. Test, Joseph Pendleton, 
Abraham Hosea, Sam Pendleton. 

Fields, Richard, Onslow. Jane 24, 1742; Jany. Court, 1744. Wife 
Ann, SODS John, Samuel, Richard, Smith, and James; Wife and 
John Starkey Exrs. Test, Alex Mitchell, Abraham Mitchell, Jane 

Fields, James, Perquimans. Feby. 15, 1750-51 ; Apl. Court, 1751. 
Sons Reuben and Moses, daughters Ann, Christian, Zebiah, souin- 
law James Price, wife Rebecca; sons Reuben, Moses, and James 
Price Exrs. Test, Nichlas Stallings, Elias Stallings, Moses Rountree. 

Forrester, James, Orange. Sept. 5, 1755; Dec. Court, 1755. Sons 
William and James, son-in-law John Manning, sons Benjamin and 
Thomas ; Wife Ann Exx. Test, Pate McCulloch, Hugh Wood. 

Farr, Richard, Onslow. Nov. 8, 1757 ; July Court, 1758. Wife 
Hannah, son Richard, and Titus Green Farr, Richard Farr son of 
Titus Green Farr, sons James and William, wife, Steven Lee, and 
John Melton, Exrs. Test, Thomas Hill, Robert Melton, Daniel 

Franck, John Martin, Craven, Nov. 3, 1744; 1745. Wife Sevil, 
sons Edward and John, daughters Susanna, Sevil, Barbara, Cathe- 
rine, Mary Worsley, and Elizabeth Harrold, grandchildren John 
Worseley's ctiildren, grandchildren Thos. Harrold's children; wife, 
son John, and Luke Isler Exrs. Test, Christian Isler, Frederick 
Isl«*r, Wilcher Remier. 

Floyd, John, Northampton. Augt. 3, 1756 ; Nov. Court, 1756. 
Son Moruse land in King William Co., Va., son Thomas, daughter 
Elizabeth Corker, sons William, Stephen. Jesse, and John, wife 
Mary; sons Thomas and William Exrs. Test, Chas. Campbell, 
James Stanton. 

Fussell, Thomas, Parish of Carter. June 4, 1735. Eldest daugh- 
ter Elizabeth wife of Gilbert Weaver, Mary wife of John Rainwater, 
daughter Martha wife of John Arnal, daughters Ann and Sarah; 
son Aaron Exr. Test, Thos. Fussel, William Weaver, Richard 
Head, John Cork. ^ 

Feps, William, Beaufort. Jany. 11, 1753; June Court, 1754. 
Sons William, Nathaniel, and Josiab, eldest daughter Lurainer, 
daughters Mary and Sarah, wife. Test, Robert Spring, Chas. How- 
ard, William Morris. 

Fox, James, Tyrrell. Aug. 1754. Daughters Ann, Susanna 
Alexander, and Mary Wise; son Thomas and Ann Fox Exrs. 
Test, Joshua Alexander, Abram Sennett, Benj. Chapman. 

FuUerton, Robert, Chowan. Dec. 30, 1749; Jany. Court, 1750. 
Daughter Mary Thompson, daughter Susanna plantation formerly 
belonging to Wm. Thompson in Green Hall; wife Mary, John 
Thompson, and Mathias Fullerton Exrs. Test, John Lewis, David 
Bush, Lewis Jones. 

Fagan, Enoch, Tyrrell. Jany. 16, 1777; Apl. 29, 1777. Wife 
Ruina, daughter Mary, mother Sarah Fagan; wife, Benj. Blount, 
and Gray Judkins Exrs. 

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Ferguson, Mark, CraveD. Apl. 16, 1751. Sons Adam and 81o- 
cumb Ferguson, wife Elizabeth, daughters Elizabeth, Joan, Sarab^ 
and Dianah, cousin Benjamin Oummings son of John ; wife and son 
Adam Ezrs. Test, Adam WalHs, Bobt. Wallis, John Oummings. 

Forehand, Cornelius. Feby. 24, 1727-28 ; July Court, 1728. Pas- 
quotank. Wife Elizabeth, sons John, Cornelius, and James, daugh* 
ter Elizabeth, sons Thomas and Richard, daughter Mary ; wife Ezx. 
Test, William Phillips, John Light. 

Fisher, Randolph, Craven. 'Mch. 1, 1747; June Court, 1751» 
Son Thomas; son George Exr. Test, Geo. Graham, Thomas 
Matchell, Richard Booth. 

Forbes, John, Sr., Pasquotank. Nov. 24, 1741; July Court, 1750. 
Son James, wife Martha, son's wife Elizabeth ; wife Exx. Test, Peter 
Brown, Sarah Brown. 

Flyn, Columb, Bath. Augt. 28, 1721 ; Sept. 9, 1737. Daughters 
Mary Smith and Margaret Pritchard ; son Columb Exr. Test, Mar- 
tin Franck, Andrew Psalleam. 

Fear, Obadiah, Pasquotank. June 5, 1719. William Ludford^ 
Jr., Sarah Ludford, Ann Ludford, Christian Ludford, Jr., Mary, 
Martha, Tomson, and Thomas Ludford; Wm. Ludford, Sr. Exr, 
wife Ann Exx. Test, Edward Linington, Jasper Winshipp, And 

Fort, Richard, Craven. Dec. Court, 1746. Brother Elias Fort^ 
sister Mary Wall, sister Mary Bynum, brother William Fort, sister 
Hannah Phillips, nephews Arthur Fort; brothers Thomas and 
Elias Fort Exrs. Mch. 6, 1745-6. Test, John Phillips, Roben Hood, 
Ambrus Pittman, Benj. Blackburn. 

Fort, John, Johnston. May 16, 1748; June Court, 1748. My 
mother, brothers Arthur, Moses, and Douly, sister Jerusha; father- 
in-law William Holmes, and brother Douly Exrs. Test, Robert 
Butler, John Pipkin, Jetbro Pipkin. 

Frazier, Samuel, Newbern. May 3, 1772. Wife Mary, daughter 
Mary, sisters Jane Frume and Elizabeth Headley, my father and 
mother Samuel and Elizabeth Trarzen; John Hawks and James 
Coor Exrs. Test, Cornelius Groenerdaugh, Jno. Turner, Jr., Jos. 

Fish, William, Edgecombe. Augt. 10, 1750; May Court, 1751. 
Son John, daughter Ann Ferrell, son William, his mother-in-law 
Mary Fish, daughter Mary, grandsons Wm. Fish and John Fish; 
wife and son Jonn Exrs. Test, Sarah Lee, Sam'l Williams, Mary 

Farlee, James, Chowan. Jany. 12, 1750. Wife Rachel, daughter 
Mary Parker, sons Samuel and James, daughters Sarah and Chris- 
tian; John Campbell of Bertie Exr. Test, William Boyd, Jr., 
Amos Parker, John Bacchus. 

Gray, Griffin. Oct. 24, 1684. Son Griffin Exr; sons and daugh- 
ters, wife Hannah. Test, Samuel Davis, Thos, Frinch. 

Gray, James, Onslow. Oct. 27, 1757. Wife Hannah, daughter 


Elizabeth, Mary Gray, son James Gray; wife, Thomas Jenkins and 
Hardy Rhodes Exrs. Test, Mary Gray, Margaret Jenkins, Matthew 

Godwin, Nathan, Beaufort. Feby. 27, 1751-52; June Court,, 
1752. Joseph Barrow, and wife Mary Exrs; daughter Mourniog. 
Test, Richard Gotten, Mary Williams, Eliz. Church. 

Godwin, William, Bertie. May 4, 1762; May Court, 1753. Son 
Barnaby, daughters Julia, and Silvia, sons Willis, Kearney, and 
Josias, daughters Courtney and Martha, wife Martha; John Brick^ 
ell Exr. Test, John Brown, Richard Roberts, Gilstrap Williams. 

Gumbs, Matthew, Chowan. Feby. 9, 1754; April Court, 1754* 
Sons Elisha and Abraham, daughters Rachel, Leah, and Ruth, 
daughters Sarah and Martha, daughter Mary Patchett; sons Elihu 
and Abram Exrs. Test, Martha Jones, Mary Previtt. 

Gilliam. Thomas, Chowan. Oct. 10, 1702. Wife Sarah, whom I 
appoint my Exx., also Exx. William Stephens's will. Test, John 
Tyler, Margaret Holbrook, William Wilkinson. 

Guilliams, George, Chowan. Sept. 22, 1746; April Court, 1747- 
Sons Isaac and Samuel, wife, my seven children. Test, William 
Hughes, Geo Guilliam, Jr., Samuel Guilliam. 

Griffin, Epenetus, Tyrrell. July 30, 1755; Dec. Court, 1756. Sona 
Andrew, Epenetus, and Matthew, daughters Sarah Cockburn, and 
Elizabeth; wife Ann and son John Exrs. Test, Nath'l Cooper, Jo- 
seph Hitson Warren. 

Griffin, Edward; Tyrrell. Apl. 27, 1753. Sons Edward and Wil- 
liam, wife Grace, youngest daughter Ann, daughters Sarah and 
Mary, daughter Eliza^th Cooper; brother John and Edward 
Cooper Exrs. Test, William Garaner, John Griffin, Edward Cooper. 

Griffin, James, Chowan, Catharine Creek. June 13, 1748; April 
Court, 1749. Sons James, Joseph, and William, wife Sarah. Test, 
William Hill, Wm. Colthree, Susannah Overman. 

Griffin, Richard, Chowan. April 8, 1701. Wife Exx; son-in- 
law Joseph Skittlethorp. Test, Thomas Jones, William Jones, Mary 

Griffin, William, Currituck. June 23, 1681. Wife Lydia, son 
William, daughter Rachel, son George. Test, William Bateman. 

Gutan, Joseph, Beaufort. July 30, 1770. Wife Rebecca, wife'a 
grandson Jacob Darden, John Satchwell, my wife's son; wife Exx. 
Test, Robert Dixon, Walter Dixon, Why. and Roger Ormand. 

Gillett, John, Carteret. Dec. 29, 1753; Mch. Court, 1756. 
Daughters Bettie and Sarah, brothers Moses, Paterson, and Ander- 
son; brother Moses and Miles Houston Exrs. Test, Eml. Jones, 
Jno. Pigott, Ezekiel Hunter. 

Gillett, John, Craven. May 17, 1749. Sons John, Patterson, An- 
derson, and Moses; Drusilla Hall and John Harper Exrs. Test,^ 
John Simmons, Emanuel Simmons, Mary Dudley. 

Godley, John, Bertie. Jany. 22.1731-32; May Court, 1732. Sona 
Nathan and John, daughters Mary and Amy ; son Thomas, wife 

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Katharine, and John Edwards of Roanoke Exrs. Test, Ann Wil- 
liams, Samuel Henly. 

Gilbert, Thomas, Bertie. Oct. 14, 1719; Oct. 20, 1720. Eldest 
son Thomas, sons William and John ; John Bryan, Jr., Exr. Test, 
John Bryan, Phillip Brown, Tomsin Brown. 

Gilbert, Josiah, Perquimans. 14th 3d mo., 1758. Wife Sarah, 
sons Joseph, Jeremiah, Thomas, and Joel, daughter Jemima Cox ; 
wife and son Joseph Exrs. Test, Joseph Whitej Mary Stewart, 
Dinah Gilbert. 

Gilbert Francis, Bath, Beaufort Precinct. Dec. 30, 1725; July 
Court, 1726. Wife Elizabeth, sons Francis and Henry; wife Exx. 
Test, William Spang, Sam Puck, William Moor. 

Glovyer, William, Northampton. July 30, 1754; Augt. Court, 
1754. Daughter Lydia Harris, sons John, William, George, and 
Joseph, granddaughter Mourning Harris, daughter Sarah Parish, 
son Benjamin, wue Mary; sons John and William Exrs. Test, 
John Day, Silvester Eastis, Samuel Harris. 

Gregory, Judith, Pasquotank. Oct. 21, 1753; Jany. Court, 1754. 
Son Isaac, friend Mary Loyd, son DenriFey, daughters Mary and 
Lucy; brother Joseph Morgan Exr. Test, John Everigin, Sam'l 
Suter, daughter Appie Wilson. 

Gregory, Samuel, Chowan. Sept. 6, 1744; Augt. 4, 1747. Sons 
Samuel, Luke, and Thomas, daughter Elizabeth; wife Elizabeth- 
Exx. Test, David Butler, Joseph Ming. 

Gregory, William, Pasquotank. Nov. 24, 1751;* Apl. Court, 1752. 
Granddaughter Ann daughter of Willis Gregory and wife Elizabeth, 
sons Demsey and Mark, daughter AfBah, brother Richard, daugh- 
ters Mary and Lovey ; son Isaac, wife Judith, son Mark, and daugh- 
ter AflBah Exrs Test, Joseph Jones, Thos. Reding. 

Grainger, Caleb, New Hanover. Oct. 5, 1765, main body will 
dated 1763; Oct. 31, 1765. Wife Mary, daughter Mary Grainger, 
son Caleb, son Cornelius Harnett Grainger, son William, child in 
ease; Maurice Moore, Cornelius Harnett, Sam'l Ashe, Alexander 
Duncan Exrs. Test, Mary Grainger, Margaret Douglas, Edward 
Trogerin, Sam'l Gidden, Anthony Ward, Joseph Stockley. 

Grange, John, Bladen. Jany. 20, 1739-40; June 4, 1740. Sons 
James and Hugh, brother James Grange; brothersin-law John and 
Jehu Davis Exrs. Test, William Forbes, Charles Colgan, Paul Ga- 
caar, Elizabeth Jarred. 

Garner, John, Northampton. Mch. 3, 1746; Feby. Court, 1755. 
Son John. Test, Bennett Smith, John Mackcone, Samuel Warren. 

Garrett, John, Coretuck. Jany. 27, 1734-35; July Court, 1735. 
Wife Sarah, sons John and Jonathan. Test, John Howren, James 
Jervis, Sam'I Stevens. 

George, David, Pasauotank. July Court, 1748. Son James, wife 
Elizabeth, daughter Margaret, son David : wife and son Janpes Exrs. 
Test, Will Gregory, Stephen Scott, Sam'l Scott. 

Gibson, Thomas, Cumberland. Jany. 11, 1762. Mary Gibson; 

AND Genealogical Register. 217 

brother Walker and wife Exrs., Robert Smith also. Test, John 
Campbell, Neil McNeil, Catharine McNeil. 

Godfrey, Matthew, Craven. Dec. 8, 1744. Sons Matthew and 
James, daughters Ann and Filamer; friend Elizabeth Simons and 
Joseph Masters Exrs. Test, Thomas Master, David Ramsey. 

Godfrey, Thomas, Perquimans. Nov. 26, 1748; Apl. Court, 
1749 Sons William, Thomas, Francis, and Joseph, daughters 
Sarah and Ellinor, wife EUinor. Test, James Gibson, Benj. Bid- 
good, Amey Stafiford. 

Godfrey, Frances, Perquimans. Augt. 20, 1675; Mch. 25, 1680. 
Sou William, son-in-law Thomas Hawkins deed., son John, grand- 
son John Hawkins, granddaug:hter Mary Hawkins; wife Jeane Exx. 
Test, Paul Latham, William Wosterman, John Culpepper. Proved 
before Ralph Coates Clerk of the Court. 

Genen, John, Tyrrell. Mch. 25, 1764; June Court, 1764. God- 
son Godfrey Gray son of Henry, wife Mary. Test, John Pagott, 
Samuel Norman, Joseph Norman 

Glaister, Mary, Pasquotank. 9th day, 4th month, 1740 ; Oct. 
Court, 1740. Cousin Henry Palin son of Thomas, deed, cousin 
Thomas Palin, cousin Ann Riding daughter of Thos. Palin dec, 
cousin Mary Glaister Palin daughter of Thomas deed, and cousin 
Mary Palin daughter of John deed., John Palin son of John deed., 
cousin Sarah Palin, cousin Susannah Pritchard, daughters Sarah 
Hunicutt and Ruth Scott, Elizabeth Scott daughter of l^tephen, 
Mary Joans, Mary Morris, Sr, Sam'l Newby son of James, Hannah 
Stafford, Sarah Martin wife of Nath'l; friend Thos. Pritchard, 
cousins Sarah Palin and Mary Clark Exrs. Test, David George, 
John Henby, Joshua Scott. 

Gunter, John, Beaufort. Mch. 28, 1722 ; July Court, 1725. John 
Oden. Test, Charles Oden, Thomas Oldner. 

Guthrie, John, Pasquotank. Oct. 12, 1748; Apl Court, 1750. 
Uncle Charles Keel, cousin Mary McKeel, uncle in-law John Mc- 
Keel; uncle John Keel and John McKeel Exrs. Test, Henry 
Pendleton, Mary Pendleton. 

Giddings, Thomas, Johnston. Granddaughter Elizabeth, sons 
Jacob, William, Isaac. Benjamin, and Abraham. July 13, 1747. 
Test, Geo. Duches, Thos. Geesan — Lamberthson. 

Gidings, William. Nov. 10, 1757; Mch. Court, 1758. Hyde. Wife, 
children Agnes, John Jacob, Lydia, and Darkis: wife Frances and 
John Slade, Sr. Exrs Test, Timothy Green, Benj. Slade, Kathren 

Gardner, John, Tyrrell. Apl. 13, 1749; June 7, 1749. Wife 
Elizabeth, son James Sraithwick Gardner, daughter Drusilla, Ann, 
Jemimah Walbutton, Elizabeth Moy, Ashe Moy, and Rebecca 
Ward. Test, William Gardner, Sr. and Jr., Edward Griffin. 

Gardner, William, Tyrrell. Feby. 11, 1754; June Court, 1754. 
Sons William and Thomas, Samuel son of Thomas Gardner, Mary 
CoopeFi sons Samuel and Isaac; wife, son Samuel and William 

218 North Carolina Historical 

Gardner Exrs. Test, Thomas Gardner, Isaac Gardner, Hannah 
Smith whick. 

Griggs* Samuel, Kings Co. N. Y., probated in New Hanover Co. 
Sept. 3, 1749; June Court, 1750. Wife Elizabeth, whom I appoint 
Exx., with Jeremiah Vail Atty. Test, Jane Brown, Mary Cogan. 

Gerdin, Christopher, Sr., Edgecombe. Apl. 2, 1748 ; Feby. Courts 
1749. Son Christopher, grandsons Lot Harrell, Christopher, and 
Zachariah Harrell, grandson Abel Harrell, daughter Mary Harrell. 
Test, James Boswell, Benj. Brasswell, Abraham Dew. 

Gourley, Dr. John, Onslow. Jany. 2, 1746-47 ; Jany. 7, 1747-48. 
Mother Elizabeth if alive, brother George Gourley, sisters Grizzle 
and Mary; Sam'l Johnston Exr; 40£ to buy Bibles and New Tes- 
taments for the poor children on New River, nephew John Gourley. 
Test, James Glen, Geo. Coheenaw. 

Green, Richard. Sept. 13, 1742 ; Oct. Court, 1742. Sons John, 
Thomas, Leonard, Jacob, William, and Richard, wife Elee. Test» 
John Sparkman, Henry Goodman. 

Green, Jacob, Bath. Jany. 9, 1751-52; April Court, 1752. 
Cousin Richard Green son of brother Thomas Green, brothers and 
sisters. Test, James Wyatt, Ann Evans, Thomas Harrell. 

Green, John, Bladen. Apl. 8, 1749; June Court, 1749. Sons 
John, James, and Robert, daughter Sarah, wife, two children not 
named; James Grange and James Eer and wife Exrs. Test, John 
Ellis, John Stubbs, James Jones, David Morly. 

Gons&lvo, Lawrence. Dec. 25, 1687. Wife and children. Test^ 
William Privitt, William Stewart, Richard Williams. 

Gordin, Nathaniel. July 14, 1755; Jany. Court, 1766. Son Na- 
thaniel, daughter Tamer, son George, daughters Elezebe and Eliza- 
beth ; wife Amy Exx. Teat, Thos. Bartlift, Emanuel Davis. 

Gordon, Patrick, Craven, Atty. at Law. Nov. 5, 1773 ; Nov. 12> 
1773. Wife Mary, whom I appoint my Exx. Test, John Burnside^ 
Archibald Nelson. 

Gordon, George, Perquimans. Augt. 14, 1748; Jany. Court* 
1748-49. Sons Nathaniel and William, granddaughter Tamer^ 
daughter Hannah ; sons Nath'l and William Exrs. Test, Elijah 
Stanton, William Tomblin, Jeremiah Hendricks. 

Gongalvo, Lawrence. May 2, 1698. My father-in-law and 
mother. Test, Alice Chew, Mary Norcom. Sam Blanck. 

Godbey, Carey, Onslow. Sept. 17. 1758; Feby. Court. 1759. 
Wife Ann. son William, daughters Sarah. Elizabeth and Rachel^ 
daughter Mary;. John Starkey Exr. Test, Henry Godbe, James 

Gaskill, William, Pasquotank. May 4, 1703; July 30, 1703. 
Sons William and Thomas, daughters Jean. Jane and * Elizabeth 
Durant; wife Jean Exx. Test, Thomas Abington, Richard Nete> 
William Harlow. 

* Note. — Daughter Elizabeth Durant was the wife of Thomas Durant son of 
Qeorge and Ann. 

AND Gbhealooical Rbqistbb. 219 

GaskiDS, Fisher, Craven. Nov. 15, 1757. Son Joseph, daughter 
Add; wife Ann and brother Thomas Gaskins Exrs. Test, Ann 
Bright, John Hartly, Sarah Arthur. 

Gaskens, Catharine, Pasquotank. Augi 25, 1755; Sept Court, 
1756. Son Thomas, daughter Ann Cariwright; son Thomas Ezr. 
Test, Samuel Davis, Joseph Pendleton. 

Gaskins, William, Pasquotank. Nov. 4, 1711. Son William, 
wife Elizabeth. Test, Evan Jones, Joseph Pegs. 

Gible, Dederitfa. June 25, 1720. Wiie Mary, sons Frederick, 
and Dederith, daughter Mary; wife Exx. Test, Fokar Bankart. 

Graves, Richard, Craven. Wife Ann, nephew Graves Bright son 
of Simon, my mother Mrs. Sarah Fonville, wife of John Fonville, 
Richard Fonville son of William Brice Fonville, Hon. Martin How- 
ard, sisters Hannah, Elizabeth, Mary Ann, and Sarah; Simon 
Bright and Christopher Neale Exrs. Test, Christopher Dawson, 
Thoe. Dilday, Sarah Benson, May 3, 1774 ; June 4, 1774. 

Groves, Richard, Craven. Son Richard, son Thomas, daughter 
Mary, cousin Richard. 

Grant, William, Dobbs. Sept. 8, 1773; Nov. 11, 1773. Jane 
Broddie, with Thos. Scott Exrs. Test, William Hooks, John Tilton, 

Grant, Alex., Onslow. 2ud Jany., 1738; June 5, 1738. Sons 
Alexander, John, and Solomon, daughter Mary; wife, John Star- 
key, sons John and Alexander Exrs. Test, Jas. Nobles, Jos. Smith, 
Rachel Nobles. 

Glisson, John, Bertie. 20th 7ber, 1737. Wife Jane, whom I ap- 

Kint Exx. Test, Theophilus Williams, Lazarus Benton, Thomas 

Galloway, Thomas, Chowan. July 27, 1753; Oct. Court, 1753. 
Jacob Odom son of Richard ; mother Mary and Jacob Odom Exrs. 
Test, William Fryer, Thos. Fryer, James Fryer. 

Gough, Thomas. Dec. 18, 1694; Apl. 8, 1695. Son Robert, 
daughter Sarah, wife Sarah, whom I appoint Exx. Test, Anthony 
Dawson, John Williams, Juliana Taylor. 

Gay, William, Perquimans, late of Norfolk. Mch. 17, 1754 ; April 
Court, 1754. Wife Mary, cousin John Gay son of James, cousin 
James Gay son of James, if child in esse, cousin Bridget Gay daugh- 
ter of James ; wife, Tbomas and Christopher Nicholson Exrs. Test, 
Thomas Craghill, Sarah Barrow, Mary Kalley. 

Grimes, Absalom, Pasquotank. Jany. 7, 1757; Mch. Court, 1757. 
Wife Luca. Test, John Cox, J. Bangs. 

Gambell, Adam, of Glascow, Scotland. Nov. 14, 1694. John 
Land living in London, Adam Hill in London, John Argy in 
France, Robert, Thomas, and John West sons-in-law of Thomas 
Pollock, John Hunt, brother James Gambell of Glascow; Thomas 
Pollock and John Hunt Exrs, Test, Henel Gregory, Elizabeth 
Hunt, W. Lynch. 

Cranberry, Samuel, Craven. Jany. 15, 1760. Son John, wife 
Frances, son William, daughter Alice, child in esse; wife and Wil- 
liam Speight Exrs. Test, David Lewis, William West Joel King. 

220 North Carolina Historical 

Gorbe John. 17th 6 mo., 1693. Son John, daughter Sarah, wife ; 
cousins Samuel and Joseph Nicholson Exrs. Test, Richard 

Gammidge, Francis, Currituck. Oct. 19, 1719; Jauy. 6, 1735. 
Cousin Humphrey Vines, whom I appoint Exr. Test, Moses Pry- 
cod, Isabel Prycod, And. Peacock. 

Glasco, Robert, Currituck. Mch. 26, 1690. Wife Jane Glasco, 
whom I appoint my Exx. Test, John Crossland,. Probated Oct. 
7, 1690. 

Giascow, William, Currituck. Sept 30, 1746 ; April 7, 1747. Son 
Caleb, child in esse, daughters Sarah, Abiah, and Lowdenner; wife 
Susannah Exx. Test, William Shergold, Peter Dange, William 

Grice, Francis, Johnston. April 8, 1750; Oct. 1; 1751. Sons 
Thomas, Robert, James, William, Jacob and John, daughters Mary, 
Zeltman, Faith Grice and Elizabeth Grice; wife Elizabeth and son 
Robert Exrs. Test, William Hall, Samuel Littman, John Sutton. 

Grist, Richard, Beaufort. June 1, 1752; Mch. Court, 1753. Wife 
Frances, daughter Frances Nowell, son John, daughter Mary, Eliz- 
abeth Piner, son William, daughter Elizabeth Wall, son Richard ; 
wife and son William Exrs Test, William Willis, William Lanier. 

Gilford, John, Pasquotank. Jany. 15, 1741; July Court, 1743. 
Brother Joseph. Test, Bennett Morgan, Peter Sawyer. 

Gad, James, Pasquotank. July 1, 1699; July 15. 1701. Wife 
Sarah, my child in esse, sister Elizabeth Riggens, my brother-in-law 
William Grandy. Test, Daniel Akehurst, Stephen Scott. 

Gainer William, Edgecombe. Mch. 11, 1746-47; Nov. Court, 
1750. Wife Hester, daughters Martha, Mary, Lydia, and Elizabeth 
Foreman; sons William and Joseph and wife Exrs. Test, John 
Collins, William Bell, Matthew Lowry. 

Gainer, Mary, Edgecombe. Oct. 1, 1751 ; Nov. Courts 1751. Hes- 
ter Gainer, brother William, sister Martha, sister Lydia Lassiter; 
brother William Exr. Test, Arthur Bell, Martha Gainer, Ester 

Glin, Richard. Oct. 5, 1728; Nov. 4, 1728. Cousin William 
Powell son of sister Elizabeth Glin, cousin John Thornton; John 
Cherrett Exr. Test, John Rennell, James Stone, John Robertson. 

Gainer, Samuel, Tyrrell. Wife Ann, sons James, Sanouel, and 
William, daughter Mary Whitley, daughter Elizabeth GriflBn, sons 
Thomas and Arthur, daughter Sarah, sons Joseph and Benjamin, 
granddaughter Mourning Gainer; wi^e and son Samuel Exrs. Oct. 
5, 1751. Test, William Gainer, Thomas Gainer, Joseph Gainer. 

Gasper, John; Craven. May 21, 1722. Sept. 1722. Wife Lovilla, 
daughter Mary Magdalene Zimmerman. Test, Jacob Miller, John 
L. Miller. 

Graves, Richard, Craven. September 16, 1730. Son Thomas, 
wife, daughter Mary, cousins Richard and Frances Graves children 
of brother Thomas, Farnifold Green. 


Hill, John, Northampton. June 15, 1747; Auj?.t. Court, 1747. 
Sods Nathaniel, Daniel, Lewis, and Peter; sons Nathaniel and Dan- 
iel Exrs. Test, William Floaryday, Hosea Tapsley. 

Hill, William, Chowan. IQth 1 mo., 1750-51. Grandson Aaron 
son of Mosfs Hill, my father in-law Thomas Spivey, son Moses, 
grandson Robert Hill son of Aaron, son Aaron, daughter Rachel 
Hill, son William, daughter Sarah Barrow wife of Joseph, wife 
Mary, daughter Mary Nicholson, daughters Susannah White, Leah 
Moore, and Ruth Davis; son Aaron and son-in law Thomas Nichol- 
son Exrs. Test, James GriflBn, Jethro Rabey, Ann Peters. 

Hill, William, Northampton. Sept. 3, 1748. Wife Ann, son 
William, daughter Ann Hill and Celia Phillip. Nov. Court, 1748. 
Test, John Simpson, Jacob Little, Francis Beloate. 

Hill, Harman, Beaufort. D^^c. 4, 1752; Mch. Court, 1762; Mch. 
Court, 1755. Wife Sarah, son Harman, daughter Elizabeth Han- 
cock, her children James and William, Sarah Rice, daughter Ann 
Slade, her husband Joseph Slade, daughters Mary Smith and 
Rachel Hill; wife. Joseph Slade and John Barrow Exrs. Test, Ed- 
mund Pierce, GriflBth Howell, Joshua Pierce. 

Hill, John, Bath. Mch. 27, 1731. Sons Joshua and John, friend 
Thomas Tison, my children; wife and Edward Peads Exrs. Test, 
Thomas Tison, Harman Hill, William Nicholls 

Hill, Robert, Tyrrell. Jany. 16, 1735-36; Feby. 5, 1735-36. Son 
Robert, daughter Sarah, wife Ann; Cullen Pollock and Robert 
West Exrs. Test, Samuel Durrance, Nath'l Carruthers, Paul Thorp. 

Hilery, Samuel, Bath. Mch. 20, 1712-13. Samuel Woodward, 
whom I also appoint my Exr. Test, Alexander OUiver, Henry 

Hogg, Richard, Bladen. June 18, 1768; Sept. 1, 1769. My 
eldest sister Elizabeth Hogg daughter of William, in Inveresk, 
North Britain, Robert Johnson; Robert and John Hogg Exrs. Test, 
Will Bartram, Thomas Bayley, Zillah Johnston. 

Hogges, Robt., Bertie Mch. 30, 1740 ; Augt. Court, 1740. Wife, 
sons Elias, John, and Richard, daughters Ann Moor, Olive Wigons, 
and Mathew Williams. Test, Needham Bryan, Adam Rabey, Wil- 
liam Bryant. 

Hunter, Ann, Chowan. May 4, 1749. 17 8 her, 1751. Son 
William, sonin-law Edward Arnoll, whom I appoint my Exrs. 
daughters Judith Blanchard, Ann Winborn, Hester Knight and 
Alice Arnals, Sarah Orsbon, Wm. Hunter, Jr. 

Hunter, William, Chowan. Mch. 21, 1749. Sons John, Hardy, 
William, Job, James, anH Timothy, wife Sarah, my daughters; wife 
and son John Exrs. Test, Elisha Hunter, John Gourdon, John 

Hunter John. June 13, 1753. Township of Little Bertain, 
County of Lancaster, Province of Pencabraina. Wife Agnes, daugh- 
ters Mary and Catrin; wife and William Lecky Exrs. Test, John 
McBurney, Adam Leckey. Oct. 25, 1756. 

222 North Cabolina Historical 

Hollis, James, TvrrelL May 17, 1735 ; Mch. Court, 1735. Son 
Armit Ormear, child in esse; wife Add and Thomas Hubbs Exrs. 
Test, Mary Fewox, William Tysar. 

Hart, John, Bertie. Nov. 13, 1741; May Court, 1746. Wife 
Mary, sons Benjamin, Jesse, John, and David, daughters Sarah 
and Lucy; Thomas Foxhall, Etheldred and Robert Ruffin Exrs. 
Test, John Lamon, Huville Brown, John Davison. 

Hart, Thomas, Northampton. Mch. 6, 1748; Augt. Court, 1751. 
Wife Mary, son Henry, grandson John Sanders, daughters Jane 
Brown and Mary Sanders, grandchildren John, Sarah, Euridice, 
Thomas, Mary and Rose Sanders ; wife and son Henry Exrs. Test, 
Jno. Simpson. 

Hart, Mary, Northampton; July 12, 1750 ; Nov. Court, 1751. 
Sons Jesse, John, and David, daughters Sarah and Lucy ; John 
Lamon and Daniel Green Exrs. Test, James Wright, John Gordon, 
TpoQQ TTart 6*60 Brace 

Hamilton, John, Bladen. Oct. 22, 1764-1765. Wife Esther, son 
John, daughter Esebel; William McRee Exr. Test, John Kenney, 
Lewis Moor. 

Ham bleton, John. Sept. 11, 1757. Wife. Test, William Wil- 
son, James Jamison. 

Hambleton, Jane, Tyrrell. Mch. 20, 1734; Apl. 22, 1734. John 
Garrett and wife Mary, my son and daughter, also my Exrs. Test, 
Samuel Durrance, Mary Skiles. 

Hambleton, Joseph. Apl. 1, 1737 ; Apl. 11, 1737. Wife Rachel, 
friend David Loyd, friend Fred Hugh Daulingson, friends Ever 
Evans, Walter Shewall, and Charles Boyd's wife ; David Loyd and 
Thomas Russ Exrs. Test, William Salter, Mary Russ, Chas. O'Neil. 

Herrington, Hezekiah, of Duxborough, County of Plymouth, 
New England. Bertie. Nov. 5, 1746; May Court, 1754. Wife 
Hannah, whom I appoint my Executrix. Test, Silvanus Curtis, 
Samuel Weston, Samuel Weston, Jr. 

Huggans, John, Onslow. July 15, 1749; Feb. Court, 1750, Son 
John, wife Mary, brother Nehemiah Huggans, wife's children by 
former husband; John Starkey Exr. Test, Sarah Starkey, Daniel 
Sherclow, Joseph Watts. 

Huggins, Edmond, Onslow. Apl. 12, 1737; Jany. 6, 1737-38. 
Mary Hudgins daughter of Nehemiah, Abraham, Isaac, and John 
Huggins, Jr., Thomas Hilliard, Thomas Oumand, Edward Ekiwards, 
son Phillip; John Starkey Exr. Test, Abram Mitchell, John 

Huggens, Ann, Onslow. Feb. 24, 1745-46; May 22, 1746. Sons 
Charles and Benjamin in Maryland, son Jacob, Grandson Jacob son 
-of Ann Hurley, granddaughter Lucretia daughter of Matthew Hug- 
gens; son Matthew and Jacob Exrs. Test, Jno. Norman, Catrine 
Pan 11, R. Cheastin. 

Huckins, Daniel, Bath. Mch. 26, 1733 ; April Court, 1733. Cra- 
ven. Wife Ann Exx; and all my children. Test, John Jacob 
flover, Richard Scott. 

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HoagbtoQ, James, Perq^uimans. Mch. 8, 1758; Apl. Court, 1758. 
Son Joshua, son of my sister Easter Garrett, Henry, Edward, and 
Mary Hill children of my sister Rachel Hall; Edward Hall, John 
Halsey, and Andrew Knox Exrs. Test, Thos. Eggerton, Thos. 
Hin^, Sarah Arrenton. 

Haugbton, Thomas, Chowan. Jany. Court, 1743. Wife Eliza- 
beth, daughter Mary; wife, brothers Joshua, William, and David 
Haugbton Exrs. Test, David and Mary Butler. 

Haugbton, Charles, Chowan. Oct. 4, 1754; Jany. 1756. Sons 
Jeremiah and Charles, daughters Elizabeth and Ann ; sons Chas. 
and Jeremiah Exrs. Test, William Hoskins, William Wilkins, 
John Taler. 

Haugbton, Richard. Oct. 19, 1748. Wife, son Richard, child 
in esse; wife and Thomas White Exrs. Test, Christopher Butler, 
Levy Haugbton. 

Hall, William, Bladen. Feby. 6, 1764; Apl. 24, 1765. Wife 
Elizabeth, whom with Thomas 'JBall I appoint my Exrs. Test, A. 
Green, James Henderson, Mary Green. 

Hall, Joseph, Onslow. Dec. 16, 1747; July 5, 1748. Daughters 
Mary Bums and Jane Parrott; wife Jane, only son Edward, and 
John Starkey Exrs. Test, Charles Sharp, Mary Eves, Ralph Eves. 

Haughton, William, Chowan. Feby. 28, 1744-45; July 18, 1745. 
Son Jonathan, daughters Mary and Sarah ; wife Mary and father 
Wm. Haugbton, brothers David and James Exrs. Test, David But- 
ler, Mary Haughton. 

Haughton, William, Chowan. Nov 17, 1749; Jany. Court, 1752. 
Wife Mary, son Joshua, daughters Rachel and Esther, sou James, 

fraud daughters Mary and Sarah Penrice, grandchildren, Sarah, 
onathan, and Mary Haughton, goddaughter Mary daughter of 
Thos. Haughton, grandson William son of Djvid, son David ; John 
Benbury and son David Exrs. Test, J. Benbury, Richard Brown, 
Thos. Burkit. 

Hull, John, Edenton. Jany. 14, 1747 ; Mch. 23, 1752. That 
there t>e a neat plain walnut coflSn full large and my body placed 
therein, without either screws or nails, or any other security except 
hinges on one side, and that there be a hole or vault made 8 feet 
long, 3^ feet wide, and four feet deep, made from ye bottom up with 
bricks, 2 J feet above ye ground, with three red cedar pieces across 
near the bottom, worked in ye wall to prevent water coming into ye 
cofSn, which vault I order and direct to be made due South thirty 
rods from my house on my Island calls Batts Grove, otherwise Hulls 
Island. I desire my wife Susannah Hull be taken up and first put 
in the above vault, then my body ; the top to be covered with a 
tombstone. If there should be any eminent Quaker Minister in these 
parts at the time of my burial, that he or she be desired to give a 
discourse, but if none such to be had, I desire that no other Clergy- 
man of any other persuasion be suffered to have anything to doe on 
the occasion. Anna Martin daughter of Agnes Martin deed., sisters 

224 North Carolina Historical 

Catharine and Mary Hull in Rhode Island; Miles Gale and James 
Craven Exrs. Test, Humphrey Robinson, Samuel Robinson, Alex 

Herman, Caleb, Perquimans. Oct. 2, 1773. Sons Robert and 
James, son Caleb, daughter Orpah Harman, son Joshua; wife Eliz- 
abeth Exx. Test, T. Caruthers, Zebulon Calloway, Mary Harman. 

Harman, Robert, Perquimans. Jany. 7, 1758. Wife Elizabeth, 
sons Caleb and John, three youngest children Stephen, Thomas, 
and Mary ; son John, Francis Toms, Daniel Saint, and John White 
son of Joseph, to divide my estate, and also guardians to my chil- 
dren; wife, son Caleb, and Jon White Exrs. Test, Thomas Long, 
Elizabeth Long, Joseph White. 

Hosea, Abram, Pasquotank. May 31, 1771. Wife Mary, daugh- 
ter Lovey Smith wife of John Smith, nephew Abram Hosea, brother 
Robt. Hosea; Thos, Nicholson, father John Pool and Jno. Smith 
Exrs. Test, Martha Pritchard, Lemuel Stone, Peter O'Shall. 

Hosea» Rot»ert. Dec. 17, 1742. Sons Abraham and Joseph, wife 
Ann. Test, Jacob Miller, William Tomblin. 

Hosea, Joseph, Perquimans. May 10, 1753; July Court, 1763. 
Sons Joseph and William; wife Mary and brother John Hosea 
Exrs. Test, Ja. Gibson, William Trumbull. 

Handcock, Elizabeth. Jany. 20, 1743-44. Son Simon Bright, 
daughters Mary Slocumb, aud Leadey Handcock; sons Simon and 
William Bright Exrs. Test, Walter Jones, Francis Hodges, Howel 

Handcock, William, Craven. Oct. 13, 1722; Mch. 16, 1730-31.' 
Grandson John, ^ife Elinor,sou William, granddaughters Elizabeth 
and Mary Handcock ; wife, son William, Richard Graves and cousin 
John Slocumb Exrs. Test, James Leible, Moses Thomas, Thomas 

Hancock, Hector, Cartaret. Oct. 27, 1751; Dec. Court, 1751. 
Wife Ann, children Nathaniel, Benjamin, Henry, Joseph, Mary, 
John, and William; sons Nath'l and Benjamin Exrs. Test, Anenias 
Cavenaugh, Benj. Hancock, Nath^ Hancock. 

Harker, Elizabeth, Carteret. June 1777. Son Ebenezar, daughter 
Sarah Freshwater, John Brooks ; sons James Harker, and Zacha- 
riah Harker Exrs Test, Jos. Yeomans, Sarah Harker, Elias Rees.. 

Harris, John, Craven. Jany. 22. 1749 ; Mch. 20, 1749. William 
Brice Fonville, John Fonville, apprentice Willam Barrow ; Jno. F^n- 
ville and Thos. Graves Exrs. Test, Ann Crossfield, John McGib- 
bons, Dorothy Ritton. 

Harris, Thomas, Currituck. Wife Ellender, son Thomas and all 
ray children. Test. Stephen Williams, John Lurry, Levi Stuart. 

Harris. James, Edgecombe. Jany. 10. 1749; Feby. Court, 1749. 
Wife Cherry, sons James and Eli; Matthew Joyner and wife Exrs. 
Test, William Skinner, John Blount. John Crismysher. 


♦Harvey, Thomas Mch. 23, 1698-99; Nov. 2, 1699. Wife Sarah, 
son Thootas, daughter Mary, nephew Thomas Harvey son of brother 
Richard late of London, nephew John brother of said Thomas, 
brother Robert of ye Heath in Snitherfield Parish in Warwickshire, 
in case of his death to my next eldest brother and so on. Mch. 31, 
1896. Test, Henry Norman, Robt. Fendall, John Peire, W. Glover. 
Wm. Wilkinson Exr. as I am Executor to the will of John Har- 
vev, deed. Test to codicil, Richd. French, Ruth Laker. 

Harvey, Richard. Feby. 22, 1732-33. Sons John, Richard, Peter, 
Lemuel and Josias, dangbter Bridget, son James, wife Mary. Test, 
Laml. Harvey, John Mills, Chas. Connor. 

t Harvey, Thomas, Perquimans. Nov. 1 , 1748; Jany Court, 1748-49. 
My mother, nephew Thomas Harvey, brothers John Benj. and Miles, 
sister-in-law Hannah Salter, cou«*in Sarah Alderson of Beaufort, 
aupt Hannah Sitterson ; brothers John and Benjamin Harvey Exrs. 
Test, John Nichols, Stephen Martin, Joseph Arnold. 

Humphries, Richard. 1H88. Mother Twenty Bound, William 
Nichols Smith ; Thomas Pollock Exr. Test, Elizabeth Barclift, John 
Roper, William Barclift. 

Humphrey, Joseph, Northampton. Oct. 14, 1742; Dec. Court, 1742. 
Cousin Saran Roberts of Philaaelphia and her children Jesse, Ruth 
nud Lydia Roberts, nephew Joseph Humphrey son of brother John, 
Fred. Evan Ellis, Jonathan Evans and Isaac Jones. Test, Alex. 
McConkey, Thomas Spiers. 

Humphrey, John, Pasquotank. Dec. 2, 1708. Daughter Mary 
Gray, son-inlaw Griffith Gray, sons John, William and Christopher; 
William Humphrey Exr. 

Hogbin, William, Pasquotank. 7tb 3d mo., 1692. Wife Margaret, 
daughters Sarah and Elizabeth ; Thos. Simons and Jeremiah Simons 
Exrs. Test, Patrick Crally, John Roper. July 4, 1692. 

Harrell, John, Jr. Nov. 8, 1755. Carteret, probated in Bertie. 
Jany. Court, 1756. Sons George, Elisha, Jesse, Bryant and Benja- 
min, daughter Mary, wife Mary ; son George, brothers Jesse and 
Israel Hardy Harrell executors. Test, Thos. Williams, Jno. Skinner. 

♦ NoTB —Thomas Harvey was Governor of the Colony. He married first Mrs. 
Johanna Jenkins as appears from the following item taken from the Perquimans 
records : Thomas Harvey son of John Harvey and his wife living at the Heath, 
in 8nitherfield Parish, in Warwickshire, England, and Joanah Jenkins, ye relict 
of Hon. John Jenkins, were married by Anthony Slockem Apl. 18, 1H82 ; his sec- 
ond wife was Sarah Laker daughter of Benjamin Laker, issue (a) Thomas Har- 
vey married Elizabeth Cole daughter of Col. James Cole of Perquimans Precinct,, 
(b) daughter Marv married Col. Robert West of Chowan (Bertie). Mrs. Sarah Har- 
vey married for her second husband. Chief Justice Christopher Gale, issue (a> 
Miles Gale, (b) daughter Penelope Little wife of William Little, who was also 
Chief Justice of the Colony, Elizabeth married Henry Clayton. Gk)v. Harvey 
came into the Colony as Private Secretary of Gov. John Jenkins. Query : Was 
he the son or brother of John Harvey ? He was his Executor, from the record 
of his marriage it would appear that his father was living at the time of his 
marriage in England. 

f Note.— Evidently the son of Thomas Harvey and wife Elizabeth Cole, and 
grandson of Gov. Thomas Harvey and his wife Sarah Laker. 

226 North Carolina Historical 

Harrell, Abraham, Bertie. May 5, 1755. Sons Able aud John, 
daughter Abigail, son Lot, daughter Grace, son Hezekiah, daughters 
Sarah and Susannah, son Christopher, wife Mary; sons Able and 
John Exrs. Test, Geo. House, Edward Toole, Israel Hardy Harrell. 

Harrell, Josiah, Bertie. Mch. 30. 1773 ; Nov. 12, 1773. Sons Sol- 
omon and Josiah, wife Ann, son William, daughters Selah and Pen- 
nie; Edward Tool and Noah Hinton Exrs. Test, Jonathan Tool, 
Mary Tool, James Churchwell. 

Harrell, Edward, Bertie. Augt. 17, 1752; May Court, 1754. Sons 
Henry, Jarusha and Thomas, grandson Jesse Harrell, his grand- 
mother, daughter Mary Andrews, granddaughther Rebecca Sharpe; 
son Henry and son-inlaw Henry Andrews Exrs. Test, John Har- 
rell, John House, Geo. House. 

Harrell, John, Bertie. Nov. 1,1756; April Court, 1769. Wife 
Jesse, sons David, Josiah and Ezekiel, grandson Esias Harrell son 
of Esias deed., deceased son Hardy, granddaughter Sarah Harrell, 
daughter Esias deed., ray grandchildren, children of Sarah Wil- 
liams deed.; sons David, Jesse and Josiah Exrs. Test, William Wil- 
liams, Edward TooIp, Jonathan J. Toole. 

Hand, Peter, Craven. Feby. 1, 1730-31 ; Mch. 16, 1730-31. Wife 
Ann Exx.; daughters Mary and Jean, Richard Hart. Test, Wil- 
liam Fox, James Green. 

Hocking, John, Duplin. Mch. 29, 1756. Eldest daughter Mary, 
daughters Ann, March and Lettice; daughters, Benjamin and 
Jacob Fussell Exrs. Test, Bsnj. Fussell, Jacob Fusseil, Thomas 
Davis, Richard Perry. 

Hardin, William, Currituck. July 30, 1746 ; Oct. 5, 1748. Wife 
Jane, granddaughters Jane and Elizabeth Dudley, daughter Eliza- 
beth Windley ; wife Jane and Henry White Exrs. Test, Wm. White, 
Thos. Dudley, Jr., Thos. Williamson. 

Harding Richard, Perquimans. Dec. 6, 1741. Thomas Gilberd, 
wife Mary and Thomas Pierce Exrs. Test, John Ashley, Peter Jones, 
Thomas Pierce, Jr. 

Hatding, Mary, Perouimans. Oct. 22, 1743 ; Nov. 8, 1744. Friend 
Sarah Skinner, Richard Skinner, Sr., Zacheriah Skinner and Sarah 
Skinner daughters of James Skinner. Test, Richard Skinner, Jr., 
Sarah Moore, Sarah Creecy. 

Harding, Josiah, Northampton. July 31, 1752; Nov. Court, 
1756. Son Josiah 800£ New South Sea Annuities left with Vincent 
Phipps, Esq., of St. Dunstan's Court, London, and Thomas Bryant, 
Malster in Marshfields, County of Gloucester, in 1746, sons Thomas 
and James, wife Anne daughter of Samuel Frith of New Providence; 
wife Exx. Test, J. Edwards, William Winborne. 

Holloway, John, Perquimans. No. 3, 1750. Daughters Elizabeth 
Barclift, Rachel Turnbull, Ann Snoden, Mary Bateman, Sarah 
Coupland and Upherasha Holloway, son John, land falling to the 
HoUoways in Maryland ; son John Exr. Test, James Gib$on, Thos. 
Barclift, Elizabeth Barclift. 


HoUowell, ReubeD, Perquimans. Jany. 23, 1753. Brothers 
Louy, John and Abner Hollowell, sister-in-law Ann Briukley; 
brothers John and Louy Hollowell Exrs. Test, Nicholas Stallings, 
Thomas Riddick, Josiah Rogerson. 

Hibbs, Jonathan, Pasquotank. Apl. 5, 1745. Sons John and 
Jonathan; David Boler and Caleb Sawyer Exrs. Test, Edward 
Scott, William Coole. 

Hendricks, Solomon, Perquimans. Daughters Mary, Sarah and 
Frances, wife Mary ; brother Jeremiah Hendricks, wife and daugh- 
ter Sarah Exrs. Test, Michael Murphy, Thomas Overman, James 

Hendricks, Francis, Pasquotank. May 5, 1714. Wife Mary, 
son Thomas ; wife and son Exrs. Test, Telph Morris, Levi Creasey, 
W. Relfe. 

• Hendricks, Jeremiah. July 1, 1756; Jany. Court, 1766-67. Wife 
Sarah, son George; son-in-law Robert Cocks and wife Exrs. Test, 
Thomas Weekes, Thos. Craghill, Thos. Weekes, Jr. 

Hendricks, Francis, Craven. Sept. 18, 1734; Dec. 7, 1734. Wife 
Elizabeth, son-in-law John Hill, son-in-law Moses Arnal; wife Elshe, 
John Hill Exrs. Test, John James, Thos. Fisher. 

Hardesty, Thomas, Carteret. July 16, 1758; Nov. Court, 1768. 
Sons Thomas, Robert and Joseph, wife Dorothy, son Samuel, daugh- 
ters Mary, Lucy and Anna; wife Exx. Test, Louis Welch, Henry 
Chew, Robert Welch. 

Hartly, Francis, Perquimans. Dec. 4, 1691-2; May 2. 1692. 
Elizabeth Gascoigne, Elizabeth Gray, Jabers Alford, Geo. Buschamp; 
wife Susanna and Thos. Harvey Exrs. Test, Geo. Buschamp, Richd. 
Plater, Jas. Jennett, Ann Durant, Thos. Durant. 

Husbands, Nicholas, Cape Fear. Augt. 16, 1732; Sept. 16, 1732. 
Wife Jane, son Richard ; wife Exx. Test, Elizabeth Hall, Eliza- 
beth Brian, Thos. Hall. 

Homes, Edward, Perquimans. Wife Elizabeth, sons Thomas and 

Holms, Ebenezer, Onslow. Feby. 4, 1745; Apl. Court, 1746 Wife 
Hnnnah, sons John, Ebenezer and Seth, daughter's son Joseph 
Wright, daughters Hannah Williams, Lydah Holmes and Abigail; 
son Barnaby Exr. Test, Andrew Murray, Jas. Thompson, Ann 

Homes, Edward, Bertie. Augt. 9, 1750. Wife Lydia, Anthony 
Couzen ; William Bird and wife Exrs. Test, Henry Bonner, Wil- 
liam Mitchell, John Page. 

Holmes, John, Edgecombe. Feby. 8, 1735-^. Wife Tamar, 
daughters Ann Sanders and Charity Brown, son John, daughter Devo- 
tion Davis, sons Hardy, Edward and Gabriel, daughters Rose and 
Mary; ^n Hardy Exr. Test, Edward Buxton, William Davis, Eliz. 

Haig, William. 20th 12th mo., 1734r-6; July 8, 1736. Son Wil- 
liam, child in esse, wife Sarah ; John Everigin Exr. Test, William 
Kelly, Joseph Jordan, Mary Jordan. 

228 North Carolina Historical 

Hyrne, Henry, New Hanover. Sept 9, 1772. Nephew Henry 
Walters, father Col. Edward Hyrne, deed., niece Elizabeth Walters, 
nephew Joseph Walters, niece Mary Britton, nephews Henry Brit- 
ton, Francis Britton, Frederick Jones and Moses Britton, my god- 
daughter Elizabeth Jones d. of Frederick; Frederick Jones Exr. 
Test, Saml. Swann, Jno. Buford, William Buford, Benj. Williams. 

Hicks, John, Carteret. May, 1749; Sept. 6, 1749. Wife Hannah^ 
brother Thomas Hicks ; wife and David Hicks Exrs. Test, Geo. 
McKeon, Lewis Lewis. 

Hunt, John, Little River, Perquimans. Wife, granddaughter 
Elizabeth Evans, grandsons John Hunt Evans and Bartholomew 
Evans, Elizabeth Everigin ; James Tooke Exr. Apl. 7, 1710; Augt. 
26, 1712. Test, Everigin, Joseph Parese, Thos. Commander. 

Hunt, Thomas, Pasquotank. May 7, 1688; Oct. 2, 1696. Younger 
brother Andrew Hunt, County of Bucks, England, also appoint him 
my Exr, sons John Hawkins and Thomas Hawkins Test, Edward 
Smith, William CoUings, John Cafey. 

Hadley, Edward, Hyde. Janv. 22, 1740; June Court, 1743. Wife 
Kena. Test, Gilbert McNary, Nathl. Tuly, Jonathan Bell. 

Henman, Henderson, Boston. Wife Mary, also appoint her my 
Exx. Feby. 19, 1728; Feby. 21, 1728. Test, Eb. Youngman, Ben 
Loper, George Williams. 

Hutson, William, Craven. Wife Frances. Test, Josiah Hart,. 
Elisba Jaquoks. 

Haywood, John, Edgecombe. Feby. 18, 1758 ; June Courf, 1758. 
My father, sisters Deborali and Mary, brothers Egbert and Sherwood. 
Test, Robert Wasson, Joseph Pope, Saml. Pitman. 

Harbret, Edward. Jany. 20, 1754. Son John, son Edward Exr., 
James Combs, Henry Gibbins, William Rigby. May Court, 17.54. 
Daughter Anna wife of Geo. Lovick, Sarah wife of Richard Casswell, 
son-in-law Richard Casswell. 

Hardy, Richard, Wilmington. May 20, 1758; Aug. 6, 175& 
Wife Sarah and uncle Francis Beteilhe. Test, James Gregory, Ho. 
Ruttledege, Zach. Weeks. 

Herritage, William, Craven, Apl. 10, 1769. Sons Henega, John> 
William and Martin, daughter Sarah Caswell, daughter Anna wife 
of George Pheney Lovick, daughter Elizabeth Heritage, son William 
Martin Heritage, daughter Susanna ; Richard Caswell, sons Henega 
and John Heritage Exrs. Test, David Gordon, Margaret Wiggins,. 
Elizabeth Blount, Richard Caswell. 

Hawkins, John, Perquimans. Oct. 14,1744; Jany. Court, 1744-45. 
Daughter-in-law Mary Trumbull, wife Mary, daughter Mary, son of 
Robert Hodges, daughter of James Price; Robert Hodges and Hart- 
well Pierce Exrs. Test, Peter Tomes, John Barclift. Court held at 
Phelps' Point. 

Hawkins, Sarah, Pasquotak. » Oct. 19, 1719. Thomas Merriday,. 
heirs of Elizabeth Hawkins alias Hubble, who married John Hub- 
ble of High Wickham, county of Burke, Great Britain, Mary Hub- 


ble daughter of Mary Hubble, Geo. Griffing, John Cartwright, John 
King, Susannah Tolkley, John Everigio, Jr., Emanuel Low, John 
Svmons, William Everigin, Sr.; John Svmons and William Everi- 
gin Exrs. Test, Garrett Pursey, Robt. Harrison, Sarah Harrison. 

Hodgson, John, Tyrrell. May 30, 1745. Wife, son Lewis, daugh- 
ters Sarah Nekelles, Sus^iannah and Elizabeth ; wife Mary and son, 
Joseph Exrs. Test, Benj. Cartreet, John Dugeen, Jonathan Bate- 

Henley, Peter, Chief Justice Province of N. Carolina. Chowan. 
Nov. 29, 1757 ; July Court, 1758. Just before leaving England I 
was on the point of marrying Agnes Tucker, of Corvtenmen, Honi- 
ton in county of Devon, said marriage was postponed, to be consum- 
mated at some future time, I gave her a bond for 4()0£ money bor- 
rowed, which I desire paid ; son John Henley and John Campbell 
Exr. Test, Sarah McCulloch, Joseph Montfort, Richard Brownrigg. 

Hodgson, John, Brunswick, New Hanover Precinct. July 6, 1736 ; 
Dec. Court, 1738. Daughters Margaret and Mary Hodgson; Roger 
Moore Exr. Test, Cornelius Harnett, Charles Hepburn, John Mar- 

Henley, John, Pasquotank. 1st mo. 21, 1726-27; Feby. Court, 
17^8. Son John, daughters Mary and Miriam, son Jesse, daughter 
Elizabeth, wife Isabella ; son John Exr. Test, Thos. Guthrie, Isaiah 

Henby, John, Pasquotank. June 3. 1753; Apl. Court, 1754. 
Wile Mary, sons John and Joseph ; wife and son John Exrs. Test, 
Lemuel Cook, Elizabeth Brothers, Solomon Henby brother of James 
Henby, who died in Perquimans, administered on said Solomon's 
estate July Court, 1752. 

Henby, Joseph, Perquimans. July Court, 1752. Daughter Clarkey, 
sister Mary Henby, father John Henby, brother James Henby's 
children, sister Elizabeth GriflBn. Test, Jo. Sutton, James Anderson, 
John Henby. 

Henby, John. Perquimans. 5 day 3d mo., 1752. Son Sylvanus, 
grandson Dennis Henby, son James, granddaughter Clarkey Henby, 
friend Zachariah Nixon, daughter Mary Henby and Elizabeth 
Griffin; wife Hannah, son Sylvanus, and Francis Newby Exrs. 
July Court, 1752. Test, Nathan Henby, Samuel Anderson, Eraucis 

Houson, William, Bath. My mother. Nov. 13, 1713; Apl. 5, 
1715. Test, Henry Slade, William Cording, John Staflford. 

Holladay, William, Tyrrell. Apr. 23, 1754. Sons Thomas, Joseph 
and Samuel, all my daughters the money due me in James Ciiy, 
Va., wife Elizabeth. Test, John Bennett, Wm. Soane. 

HoUiday, Thomas, Chowan. Augt. 30, 1741. Thomas Holliday 
Hutson, and Jno. Holliday Hutson, William Holliday, daughter 
Elizabeth Burton; Mary Hutson Exx. Test, John Thach, John 
NichoUs, Prudence Garrett. 

Hilliard, John, Northampton. Nov. 6, 1748; Nov. Court, 1748. 

230 North Carolina Historical 

Son Robert, wife Mary, son John, daughter Sarah ; wife Exx. Test^ 
John Morean, William Livingston, John Melton. 

Hilliard, Robert, Edgecombe. Apl. 13, 1743 ; May Court 1751. 
Cousin Jacob son of Jeremiah Hilliard, bis brothers Robert, Jere^ 
miah and Lawrence Hilliard, and his sister Mary Hilliard, Sampson 
Hilliard, William son of William Hilliard, James son of William 
Hilliard, wife Charity. Test, Samuel Holliman, Wm. Siggener, Benj. 

Hilliard, William, Northampton. July 4, 1754 ; May Court, 1756. 
Sons William, James, Isaac, and Elias, daughter Ann ; wife Ann and 
son James Exrs. Test, Henry Hart, Joseph Bridgers, Nathaniel 
Nowell, Charles Cotton. 

Holland, Daniel, Craven. Mch. 16, 1721. Wife Annice, whom I 
appoint my Exx. Test, James Reed, Hannah Reed John Holland. 

Hooker, William, Bertie. Oct. 20, 1737 ; Jany. Court, 1737. Sons 
John, William, James, Stephen and Nathan, daughter Ann wife of 
Jacob Lassiter ; daughter Sarah Hooker Exx. Test, William Wy nns, 
James Wynns, Benjamin Baker, Sr. and Jr. 

Hooker, William, Chowan. Jany. 8, 1716-17; Oct. Court, 1717. 
Eldest son William, Jr., son Godfrey, son-in-law Samuel Sizemore, 
grandson William Lewis, daughter Ann Evans, daughter Bridgett; 
son William Exr. Test, William Crawford, Francis Brown. 

Hooker, Godfrey, Bertie. Sons Benjamin and Symon, daughter 
Elizabeth ; wife Elizabeth and Robert Evans Exrs. Test, Robert 
Evans, John Morris. 

Higgins, Michael, Craven. Apl. 8, 1753 ; May Court, 1753. Wife 
Ann, children Sarah, Ann, Michael, William, Hannah and Mary 
Higgins; wife, son John and Jere Veil Exrs. Test, William Wick- 
liflFe, John Murphy, Thos. Evans. 

Howcott, Edward, Beaufort. Jany. 1749-50. Wife Martha, son 
Nathaniel ; wife and Nathan Archibald Exrs. Test, Wally Chan- 
cev, Stephen Buckingham, John Brown. 

Hern, James, Beaufort. Feb. 22, 1761-52; June Court, 1752. 
George Sugg and wife Mason Exrs; son James, daughters Mary, 
EUinder, Elizabeth, Sarah and Rachel, son John, son Mason. Test, 
Mary Mayo, Major Tison. 

Hecklefield, John, Perquimans. Jany. 20, 1716-17. Elizabeth 
Bartlett daughter of William, John Stevenson son of William, Tobias 
Knight, son John, brother-in-law Charles Cox of Dublin, Wm. 
Stevenson and William Barcliff Gdns. for son John, also my Exrs. 
Sister Mary Hecklefield of Dublin. 

John Hecklefield son of above, Chowan. Augt. 13, 1739 ; Oct. 
29, 1741. Cousin Sarah Hoskins, Thomas son of William Hoskins 
and wife Sarah ; William Hoskins and John Benbury Exrs. 

Halton, Robert, Chowan. Mch. 22, 1748 ; Apl. Court, 1749. Wife 
Mary in England, nieces Elizabeth Wilkius daughter of sister Su- 
sanna Wilkins, and Mary Wilkins d. of same, sisters Elizabeth and 
Mary, Gov. Gabriel Johnston, Dr. William Cathcart, Thos. Barker, 


Benj. Hill, John Ash ton, Sarah Graves, Robert HaltoD, Jr., sod of 
Sarah Graves ; Gabriel JohostoD, Dr. Wm. Cathcart and Thos. Barker 
Exrs. Test, Samuel Ormsy, Wm. ChurteD, Daol. WeldoD. 

HaltoD, JohD, Paaquotaok. Mch. 15, 1697-98 ; August 16, 1698. 
BeDJamiD Hewil, Joho Kirby, Elizabeth Fox. Test, Heory Palin. 

Hobby, Jacob, Edgecombe. Sept. Court, 1758. Sod Matthew, 
daughters Rhoda, Sarah and FraDces; wife Jemima aDd JohD 
Baker Exrs Test, Bousswell Bridges, Joseph Kirby. 

HorD, JohD Jacob, CraveD. Feb. 4, 1744; Nov. 20, 1744. Wife, 
SODS Jacob, HeDry aDd Samuel, daughters Mary aud Elizabeth 
Slabbach, daughter Margaret ; wife Mary Magdalene aud Nicholas 
Purefoy Exrs. Test, JohD GraDad^, Jas. Wilcox. 

HorD, William. Sept. 10, 1753; JuDel759. Sons William, Henry, 
Charles, Thomas, aDd Moses, daughter Margaret, son Michael, heirs 
of son John deceased ; son Michael Exr. Test, William Reynolds, 
Joyce Reynolds, Ann Hill. 

Henderson, George, Bertie. Oct. 15, 1736 ; Nov. 27, 1736. Rachel 
Nelson, Andrew Moore, Hugh Scott, Andrew Scott and George 
Scott son of Andrew in Glasgow, all due me from estate of Capt. 
David Henderson ; Hugh Scott of Boston and Andrew Moore Exrs. 
Test, John Ray, Geo. Strachan, Samuel Cook. 

Henderson, David, Bertie. Sister Gennett Henders(m and her 
children ; George Henderson, Robert West, Cullen Pollock, and John 
Golden Exrs. Feby. 13. 173')-36. Test, Thos. Davis, Simon Dart. 

Hubbard, Kane. Mch. 30, 1714. William Everingin aud Joseph 
Glaister Exrs. Test, William Simson, Mary Murden, Mary Mason. 

Hare, Edward, Hertford. May 16, 1772. Brother Thomas, Mary 
daughter of Thos. Hare, sister Mary Burges, Luke Lewis son of John, 
Lucresia daughter of Bryan Hare, Edward Bryan Hare son of Bryan, 
John Pipkin son of Isaac, Bra Warren son of Joseph, Eff Lewis ^'on 
of John, Jno. Miller, Edward Warren, brother John Hare, Mills 
Lewis son of John. William Warren son of Edward, Phillip Lewis 
son of John, John Gattalan, Isaac Pipkin, Jane Barnes, Francis and 
Henry Speight sons of Joseph, John Goodman son of William, Benj. 
Wynns, Jr., Solomon King, William West son of Peter; brother 
Thomas Exr. Test, Solomon King, John Lewis, Isaac Pipkin, Ed- 
ward Warren. 

Hoskins, Hannibal. Feby. 11, 1698-99. John Porter. Test, 
Humphrey Leggett, Archibald Holmes, William Barrow. 

Hoskins, William. Feb. 20, 1693. Martha Halsh, brother Thomas 
Hoskins, cousin Daniel Cox, Jr. 

HuUbrooke, Harmanous. Mch. 6, 1783-84. Sons John and Joseph, 
Elizabeth Slocumb wife of Josias; sons John Hawkins and Robert 
West Exrs. Test, John Hawkins. 

Hare, Edward, Chowan. Augt. 7, 1757 ; Oct. Court, 1757. Wife 
Mary, son Edward, daughter Ann Scott, sons John and Brvan, 
daughters Christian West and Mary Burges ; sons Edward and John 
Exrs. Test, William Skinner, Joseph Rooks, Joseph Spight. 

232 North Carolina Historical 

Hobbs, John, Pasquotank. Oct. 29,1728; Oct. 29, 1729. Wife 
Frances; wife Exx. Test, Jon. CoUey, James Smith, Patience 

Hatch, Anthony, Sept. 30, 1744. Wife Elizabeth, son Anthony, 
son John, wife, McRora Scarbrough, brother Jermon; Edmund 
Hatcli Exr. Test, Tulle Williams, Geo. Durant, Saml. Scolley. 

Heath, Nehemiah, Currituck. Jany. 2, 1749-50 1750. Mary 
Crendle, wife Elizabeth, Robert Heath. Test, Willis Etheridge, 
William Blount, Lazarus Flurry. 

Hodges, Richard, Beaufort Nov. 3. 1747 ; Aprl. 16. 1751. Wife 
Sarah, sons John and Henry, daughter Sarah Hodges; wife and 
son John Exrs. Test, James Coupper, James Singleton, Thomas 

Hodges, Thomas, Wilmington. Mch. 23, 1745; Nov. 27, 1746. 
Daughter Ann, son William, and Jane Smallwood Exrs. Test, 
Phillip David, David Davis, Thomets James. 

Hodges, James, Pasquotank. Feb. 2, 1758. Son Josias. father 
Joseph Hodges, son James, brothers Joseph and Stephen Hodges, 
sons Willis, Lamuel, and Portlock, daughter Kesiah Creslin, daugh- 
ters Mollie and Frances, son-in-law Joseph Stokeley, daughter Mer- 
iam Hodge**, wife Meriam. John Harris, Daniel Koen, Jno. Harden. 

Hodges, Richard. Currituck. Mch. 2, 174S-49. Daughters Fran- 
ces Bowrin, and Sarah Burnham, James Burnham and Josiah 
Bowrin, daughters Mary, Elizabeth and Uphun Hodges; wife Fran- 
ces Exx. Test, Caleb Wilson, Geo. Powers, Willis Etheridge. 

Hamblin, Thomas, Pasquotank. Dec. 31, 1757; Mch. Court, 1758. 
Wife Martha, son John, daughter Elizabeth, daughter Martha; 
Charles Markham Exr. Test, Symon Spence, Thomas Markham, 
David Sinclair. 

Herring, Samuel, Johnston. Oct. 22. 1750; December Court, 
1750. Sons Anthony, Stephen, and Michael, soniii-law John Con- 
nerly ; son Anthony Exr. Test, Anthony, Samuel, and Joseph Her- 

Holley, John. Feby. 28, 1728. Wife Sarah, son John, all my 
girls and boys; wife Exx. Test, John Sweeney, John Lidley. 

Harrison, Robert. Mch. 9, 1713-14. Son Robert, daughter Sarah, 
daughter Elizabeth, wife Sarah, son Joseph ; wife and son Robert 
Exrs. Test, Demsie Guthrie, Will Vaughan, Eliz. Jones. 

Harwood, Edward, Onslow. Oct. 21, 1735; Oct. Court, 1737. John 
Starkey Exr; wife Deborah and my child. I wish their passage paid 
to their home in New England. Test, Edward Huggens, Jno. 

Houston, William, Carteret May 6,1760; Jany. 2, 1761. Son 
William, his cousin William Noble, wife Rachel and her brother; 
Satnl. and James Noble Exrs. Test, Joseph Mark, Betty Noble. 

Houston Moses, Carteret. Jany. 1774; Jany. Court. 1774. Wife 
Margaret, daughter Miriam West, granddaughter Jemima Dudley, 
grandson Houston Roberts, granddaughters Boneta Williams, 

AND Grnbalooical Registkr. 233 

Fanny Williams^ and Sarah Maddue, Oapt. Geo. Mitchell, Bazell 
Smith, Brice Williams, and Micajah Fraziar. Test, James Wead, 
William Ramsey. 

Hearsons, John, Chowan. Apl. Court, 1694. Son John, daughter 
Elizabeth, son Thomas; wife Exx. Test, Geo. Fordyce, John Wat- 
kins, Wm. Howesone. 

Hooks, John. Mch. 27, 1732. Sons William, Thomas, and Robert, 
daughters Elizabeth, Mary, and Sarah, wife Ruth. Test, John 
Mackcone, Nathan Barnes. 

Humes, James, Beaufort. Feb. 6, 1745-46; March Court 1745-46. 
Wife Elizabeth, son-in-law John Hill ; Moses Arnal, wife Elishe, 
John Hill Exrs. Test, John James, Thos. Fisher. 

Hooks, William, Chowan. Feby 18, 1746-47 ; April Court, 1751. 
Son William, grandsons William, Thomas, and John Hooks, great- 
grandson John Hooks son of John, grandson William Hooks son of 
John, grandson William Beal; grandson John Hooks Exr. Test, 
Martha Sumner, Ann Sumner, Charles King. 

Hassell, John Tyrrell. Mch. 5,1734; June Court, 1734. Wife 
Rachel, sons John, Joseph, Isaac, and Benjamin, daughters Mary 
Wynne, Rachel Ward, Sieirah Fox, and Esther Hassell; wife Exx. 
Test, Thomas Wynne, Jeremiah Wynne. 

Hosmer, Hannah, Onslow. Mch. 26,1773; May 18,1773. My 
first husband John Spooner, son John Spooner, children by last hus- 
band, son Stanton Spooner. Test, Ben. Grant, Experience Grant. 

House, George, Bertie. Sept. 28, 1770 ; Jany. 3, 1771. Son Thomas 
House, grandson Geo. House son of Thomas, granddaughter Sarah 
House daughter of Thomas, grandson Balis House son of George, 
granddaughther Edeth House daughter of George, deceased, heirs 
of my son Thos. House and of my son John, grandson James House 
son of John, grandson John House son of John, grandsons George 
and John Smith, granddaughters Mary, Anne, and Elizabeth Smith, 
daughter Ann Averitt, daughter Elizabeth Moore, my three grand- 
children orphans of my son John deed. ; son Thomas and son-in-law 
James Moore Exrs. Test, Benj. Peyton, Lewis Hales, William 

Hayman Henry, Albemarle. Augt. 29, 1709. Sons Henry 
and Thomas, younger sons Charles and James, daughters Eliner 
and Mary, John Lowdon's children Mary and Sarah ; wife Martha 
Exx. Test, James Forbes, Alice Forbes, Alex. Lillington. 

Hopkins, James, Orange. Feb. 8, 1759; Sept. Court, 1759. All 
my children. Willard Hopkins, William Phillips, and John Hop- 
kins Exrs. Test, Alex. Ferguson, John Dobbins, David Smith. 

Hannis, John, Craven. June 30, 1745; Sept. 17, 1745. Wife 
Catharine, son Joseph ; wife and son Joseph Exrs. Test. Fras. 
Stringer, William Thompson, Joseph Carruthers, George Wiggins. 

Hakens, John, Apl. 23, 1673; Oct. 1, 1673. Son John, balance of 
mv estate to two other children, wife. Test, Frances Wellwood. 

Harkel, George, Craven. May 2, 1746; Mch. 17, 1746. Wife 

234 North Carolina Historical 

Elizabeth, eldest son George, daughters Miriam, Margaret, and 
Mary, sod Joseph ; James Conaway and wife Ezrs. Test, Nicholas 
Harper, Amos Cuthril, Isaac Branler. 

Hawley, Meccalb, Northampton. Feby. 13, 1735-36. Sons Joseph, 
William and Christopher, son William Michell, son Benjamin, 
daughters Ann, Elizabeth, and Mary; son Benjamin Exr. Test^ 
Robert Harrens, John Johnson, Robt. Thach. 

Hudde, Christopher. July 27, 1714. Daughter Elizabeth ; daugh- 
ter Elizabeth Green Exx; all my children. Test, Thomas Hender- 
son, John Snead. 

Hale, John, Bertie. Augt. 9, 1736 ; Feby. Court, 1736-37. Wife 
Mary; John Gilberd, John Stanley Exr. Test, Thomas Watson^ 
Margaret Stanley, Eliz. Kelly. 

Handel, Benjamin, Perquimans, Feby. 14, 1734. William Hun- 
der, mother Elizabeth Handel. July Court, 1735. Test, Nath'l 
Williams, Daniel Rogerson, Joseph Riddick. 

Howard, Charles, Craven. 1754. Son Charles, son-inlaw Jacob 
Sharebox, goddaughter Sibbe Brooks. Test, Fras. Fontaine, Ann 

Howard, James, Bertie. Oct. 6, 1729. Wife Sarah, sons Solomon, 
Edward, John and James, brother Edward Howard, daughter 
Sarah H., son Samuel, Thomas Davis and his heirs; wife Sarah and 
son James Exrs. Test, John Burkett, Mary Burkett, William Craw- 
ford, George Ottway. 

Howell, Joseph, Edgecombe. Jany. 10,1749; May Court, 1750. 
Wife Margaret, sons Joseph and Thomas, daughters Mary, Murph- 
rey, and Martha; wife, son Joseph, Col. Dawson, Sam'I Ruffin^ 
Thomas Howell and James Henderson Exrs. Test, Jas Williamson, 
Jas. Barron, Thomas Barron. 

Hinton, Micajah, Bertie. Oct. 5,1756; Jany. Court, 1759. Son 
William, child unnamed, daughter Elizabeth. Test, John Hinton, 
Jonas Hinton, Hezekiah Hinton, John Harrell. 

Hoskins, William. Feby. 20, 1692-93. Brother Thomas, cousin 
Daniel Cox, sister Ann Cox ; Daniel Cox Exr. Test, Thomas Mor- 
ris, Nicholas Daw. 

Innes James (Cape Fear) Proved Oct. 9, 1759. "A remittance 
made to pay for a church bell for the Parish of Cannesbury in Cath- 
ness. 100 £ for the poor of said Parish. After death of my wife I 
leave my plantation called Mount Pleasant, two negro women, one 
negro man and their income, all my stock of cattle and hogs, one- 
half my stock of horses, all my books and 100 £ to establish a free 
school for the youth of North Carolina, and to see that this part of 
my will is executed, Col of the New Hanover Regiment, Parson of 
the Wilmington church and the Vestry for the time being or the 
majority of them, as they shall be from time to time appointed.'^ 
Wife loan Ex'r. Test, John Cashy. 

AND Genealogical Register. 285 


(On file in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Chowan County at 
Edenton. For the ^ear look at the top of the column in which you find the 
name. An original is copied that persons now living may see that it required a 
bond of £500 ($2,500) to secure a marriage license by their ancestors.) 

NORTH CAROLINA— Chowan County. 

Kdow all men by these presents, that we, James Wallace and 
James Craven, all of the County and Province aforesaid, are held 
and firmly bound unto our Sovereign Lord the King, in the penal 
sum of Five Hundred Pounds, to the which payment well and truly 
to be made we bind ourselves, our heirs, Exrs., Admrs.,and assigns, 
jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, 
and dated this 4th day of September, 1741. 

Whereas, James Wallace hath applied for a License, pursuant to 
An Act of Assembly of this Province entitled an Act for preventing 
clandestine and unlawful marriages, to be joined together in the 
Holy Estate of Matrimony with Elizabeth Slaughter, widow of the 
county aforesaid. 

Now the condition of this obligation is such, that if there appear 
no lawful cause to obstruct the marriage for which the aforesaid 
license was desired pursuant to the true intent and meaning of the 
aforerecited act, then the above obligation .to be void, else to be and 
remain in full force and virtue. 

Signed James Wallace. [Seal.] 

Witness. James Craven. LS^alJ 


Names of Contracting Parties, Date, and Surety. 

Job Charlton and Elizabeth Stamp, widow. 20 Sept. Wm. Hoskins, 

Thomas Leary. 
John Norcom and Ann Bentley. 2 June. Thos. Taylor, Benj. Talbot. 
Timothy Laffitte and Sarah Clayton. 25 Sept. Peter Payne. 
William Wilkins and Sarah Ming. 18 Jany. Luke Gregory. 
James Wallace and Elizabeth Slaughter, widow. 4 Sept. James Craven 


Robert Hall and Ann Leary. 4 August. Clement Hall. 

Peter Payne and Miss Hannah Slaughter. 8 Jany. Richard McClure. 

John Simons and Ann Butler. 5 June. J. Butler. 

Thos. Collins and Annarita Ming. 25 Jany. Nathl. Ming. Written 

consent of Joseph Ming (her father). 
James Hazard and Martha Watkins, widow. 13 Jany. Issachar 

Joseph Harron and Mrs. Lydia Boyd. 10 Apl. James Craven. 
Samuel Stillwell and Sarah Laffitte. 24 March. Peter Payne. 

286 North Cakolina Historical 


Edmund Hatch and Lucy Richards. Mch. 15. Andre Richards. 
Edward Lovell and Mrs. Mary Mackey. 1742-3. Henry Jones. 


John Loyd and Mrs. Abagail Hartson. Augt. 18. Peter Payne. 
George Keed and Jemima Davis, Apl. 16. Andrew Oliver. 
William Thompson and Mrs. Elizabeth Sadler. Augt. 30. Nathl. 

Howcott, W. Fallaw. 
James Trotter and Mrs. Martha Potter. Dec. 2. James Craven. 
Timothy Yeats and Mrs. Rebecca Youug. Dec. 12. John Rice, 

George Parris. 


William Seward and Mrs. Mary Guston. Feby. 20. Orlando 


William Bonner and Sarah Luten. Aug. 21. W. Luten, Geo. 

John Crickell and Mary Nichools. June 6 Solomon King. 
John Hull and Ann Martin. Sept. ]2. Geo. Parris. 
Walter Long and Mary Hutson. Dec. 10. Timothy Yeats, Thos. 

Nathaniel Matthews and Hester Taylor. Nov. 10. John Campbell. 

Written consent of Edmund Hatch Guardian of Hester. 
Thomas Norcom and Martha Harloe. Aug. 24. Miles Gale, Wm. 

Ben bury. 
Francis Penrice and Sarah Harloe. Apl. 12, George Lilse. 
William Richards and Mary Hood. July 13. Orlando Champion. 
John Steele and Sarah Richards. June 27. Andre Richards. 
John Wilkins and Mrs. Deborah Gray. Jany. 3. William Hoskins. 
William Wesson of Bertie and Sarah Luton. May 7. James Craven. 
John Thompson and Mary FuUerton. Augt. 4. 


James Campbell and Mrs. (name illegible). 1745. Charles Blount, 

Thomas Kimsey. 
Peter Adams and Mrs. Sarah Smith. June 3. Peter Payne. 
John Carruthers and Elizabeth Wilkins. Feby. 15. Jacob Car- 

ruthers, William Wilkins. Written consent of Elizabeth's mother 

Miles Gale and Martha Vail. Augt. 6. James Craven, John Alston. 
Francis Howard and Mrs. Anne Gear. June 11. Thos. Davis, 

Nich. CuUington. 
Laws Predy and Mary Coletraine. June 27. Joseph and Charles 


AND Gbnralogical Reqistbr. 237 

Hezekiah Singleton and Mrs. Margaret Ash. Mcb. 6. Robert 

James Trotter and Mrs. Mary Ward. Feb. 27. Abraham Blackall. 


Gervas McGratb and Mrs. Elizabeth Neil. Sept. 16. John Rieusset, 
Jas. Craven. 

Richard Nevil and Sarah Reding. December 4. John Rice, Solo- 
mon King. 

Benjamin Ricketts and Sarah Simpson. Aug. 16. Saml. Stillwell, 
Solomon King. 


William Benburry and Elizabeth (illegible). May 28. J. 


Micajah Bunch and Mrs. Sarah Adams. Aug. 10. William Lewis. 

Thomad Corprew and Sarah Gale July 31. Miles Gale. 

John Rombough and Mrs. Catherine Mitchell. May 11. Hum- 
phrey Robinson. 


William Arkill and Elizabeth Steward. Feby. 15. Jos. Anderson. 
William Haughton and Mary Ming. Apl. 1. Nathl. Ming. 
Thomas Luten, Jr., and Catharine Jones. Feby. 14. William 

Adam Raby and Judith BentoD. Sept. 30. Lemuel Powell. 
John Tbeach and Sarah Standing. Apl. 27. Wm. Luten, Wm. 

John Vail and Elizabeth Swann. Sept. 20. James Craven. 


John Luten and Sarah Worley. May 13. Joseph Blount. (Consent 

of her Guardian.) 
ThomasJones,Sr.,and Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson. May 5. John Jones. 


Levi Creecy and Mrs. Mary Haughton. Relict of Richd. Haugh- 
ton. Oct 1. Job Charlton. 

Joseph E^Ibeck and Sarah Pagett Sept. 2. James Craven. 

Edward Hall and Mrs. Martha Norcom. July 10. Job Charlton. 

James Luten and *Mary Pugh. May 81. Thomas Barker. 

John Streeter and Mary Hare. July 2. James Craven. (Consent of 
ber father Moses Hare.) 

Saml. Woodard and Mrs. Sarah Pursell. Augt. 2. Luke White. 

Arthur Allen and Mrs. Jemima Reed widow of Geo. Reed. Oct 20. 
Edmund Hatch, John Rombough. 

♦Note. — HsLry Pugh daughter of Francis Pugh and wife Pheribee Savage. 
Mrs. Pugh married 2d Thos. Barker. 

288 North Carolina Historical 


Jacob Privitt and Elizabeth Jones. July 4. Edmund Hatch, 

Nathl. Howcott. 
John Davidson and Margaret Williams. Dec. 16. Edmund Hatch, 

Exum Jones. 
Peter Payne and Mary Beasley. Oct. 18. James Craven, Thomas 


Thomas Bevans and Elizabeth King. Augt. 18. Laws Predy. 


William Benbury and (illegible). 12. James Craven, Ed- 
mund Hatch. 

John Benbury and Mrs. Ann Boyd. Augt. 14. Joseph Hanon, 
Thomas Bonner. 

John Beasley and Sarah Lilse. Sept. 30. George Liles, Thos. 

Joseph Carruthers and (illegible). Jany. 29. Jas. Campbell, Ed- 
mund Hatch. 

John C. Cleland and Rebecca Wilkins. Oct. 10. John Wilkins, 
James Craven. 

Saml. Dunscombe and Henrietta Butler, nee Wilson. Dec. 21. Mat- 
thew Thomas, David Coleman. 

William Flury and Margaret Haughton. May 6. J. Halsey, Thos. 

Thomas Bonner and Mary Standing. Feby. . James Craven, 

William Luten. 

John Hopkins and Mary King 2d daughter of Solomon & Amy. 
Feby. 10. James Owen, Solomon King. 

Lewis Jones and Mrs. Susannah Ambrose. Augt. 6. Charles Rob- 
erts, Thos. Gillum. 

John Messenger and Mrs. Mary Predy. Jany. 20. James Trotter, 
Elisha Parker. 

Elisha Parker and Rebecca Warren. Nov. 13. Charles Blount. 

Joseph Speight and Anne King. Mch. 3. Richard Bond. 

Richard Woodward and Abigail White. Jany. 23. Luke White, 
Ed ward Wood ward. 

William Wynns and Zilpha Blanchard. Jany. 2. James Craven, 
J. Halsey. 

Lemuel Wilson and Martha Alston. Jany. 29. Joseph Blount, 
James Trotter. 

John Vanderslice and Mrs. Margaret Briggs. Nov. I7. William 
Lewis, James Craven. 

John Vann and Mrs. Ann Peterson. Feby. 25. Peter Payne. 


Henry Bonner and Esther Worley Nov. 5. Thomas Bonner. 
Daniel Coleman and EUiner Wellwood. May 23. John Artie. 

AND Genealogical Reoistbr. 239 

Dauiel Goldsmith and Ellenor DunstoD. Apl. 20. John Vail. 
Edward Hall and Rachel HaughtoD. July 30. Richard Harloe. 
James Hurst and Mary Eingham. Augt. 7. Arthur AUeu, Johu 

Amos Hinton and Susanna Walton. Sept. 6. Richard Freeman. 
Johu Howel and Mrs. Mary Ming. Sept. 8. Jos. Ming, John Arnall. 
Thomas Ming and Mrs. Sarah Nixon. Sept. 5. Henry Bonner. 
Joshua Swain and Elizabeth Blount daughter of John. Mch. 1. 

John Walburton. 
Edmund Standing and Annarita Ward. Oct. 9. (Consent of her 

father Thos. Ward.) 
Tulle Williams and Mary Potter. Oct 8. William Hoskins, Chas. 



John Baker and Elizabeth Wilson. Sept. 5. Seasbrook Wilson, 

Jas. Craven. (Consent of her father James Wilson.) 
Samuel Woodward and Mary Coupland. Sept. 17. Arthur Allen. 
Aust. Elberson and Johanah Davis. Apl. 7. Wm. Halsey, Arthur 

William Haywood and Charity Hare. Mch. 11. Moses Hare 

(Charity's father). 
James Luten and Mrs. Mary Hopkins. Mch. 4. Solomon King. 
Abel Miller and Mary Gardner. Apl. 4. John Bennett. 
John Lewis and Mary Champion. Mch. 11. James Craven, Joseph 

John Robinson and Mrs. Elizabeth Jones. Jany. 8. James Craven. 
Robert Wallace and Mrs. Mary Messenger. Augt. 1. Thomas 



James Luten and Mary Leary. Jany. 31. Ephraim Luten. 
Jonathan Gibson and Sarah Kingham. Sept. 9. John Bennett 
John Lewis, Jr., and Mrs. Mary Thompson. Nov. 19. William 

Lewis, Matthew PuUerton. 
Malachi Weston and (illegible). Wm. Lewis, Thomas 

Edward Underbill and Elizabeth Branch. Apl 9. Blake Baker. 
Jacob Butler and Elizabeth Penriee. Dec. 18. Saml. Dunscombe. 


Job Butler and Margaret Wateridge of Va. Jany 29. Saml. Duns- 

Jesse Garrett and Rachel Blanohard. Jany. 30, Timothy Walton. 

Daniel Garrett and Esther Haughton. Feby 19. Thos. Burkett, 
Thos. Mine. 

Abraham Hill and Kathrioe Walton. Jany. 7. Thomas Walton. 

Jeremiah Haughton and Mary Sylvia. Jany. 27. John Taylor. 

240 North Carolina Historical 

John Hopper and Lovey Martin. June 16. . 

William Lowtber and Barbara Gregory. Apl. 22. Thomas Jones. 
William Luten and Sarah Benbury. Dec. 23. 
William Liles and Martha Perry. Sept. 11. 
Adam McKeen and Elizabeth Oldham. Apl. 80. John Ross. 
John Garrett and Bridget Benbury. Oct. 19. Jno. Halsey, Wm. 


John Colson Bains and Katharine Wilkins. Mch. 29. 

Jasper Charlton and Abigail Slaughter. Jany 14. 

John CoflSeld and Elizabeth Hoskins. Mch. 8. 

John Davison and Felichia Christian Price. Mch. 24. Wm. Halsey. 

Nicholas Cullens and Mary Williams. Oct. 21. 

Loyd Jones and Elizabeth Young. Mch. 21. John Vann. 

Saml. Laton and Elizabeth Ford. .Nov. 19. Smith Waflf, 

George Walker and Mary Jenkins. Apl. 28. John Artie. 

James Manning and Elizabeth Baker. Jany. 7. Thos. Jones. 


Anthony Armistead and Milly Rhodes Dec. 5. Gilbert Leigh. 

Micajah Bunch and Mary Payne. May 8. Lewis Jones. 

Henry Bonner and Elizabeth Hardy. Jany. 4. 

William Badham and Mrs. Mary Luten. November 13. 

Everard Garrett and Leah Speight. Jany. 30. 

Peter Leeming and Martha Lewis. May 20. William Lewis. 

Nathaniel Mathias and Elizabeth Luten. Mch. 28. John Luten. 


Michael Wilder and Prudence Wilson. Dec. 29. William Wilson. 
Lewis Jones and Ann Halsey. June 18. Miles Halsey. 
William Boswell and Margery McMath. Nov. 5. Thos. Bonner. 
Abraham Hill and Rachel Scott. May 1. John and Amos Hobbs. 
Jeremiah Frazier and Penelope Gregory. March 8. Thos. Jones. 


Thomas Bishop and Ann Sullivan. Feby. 26. Nicholas Collins, 

David Meredith. 

Owen Cromlies and Catharine Rabey. Jany. 18. Joseph Curtice. 

James Fallow and Mourning Ellis. Feby. 28. Hance Hoffler, 

John Hoskins. 

Everard Garrett and Sarah Hurdle. Augt. 3. . 

Alexander Mow and Elizabeth Cleland. Jany. 6. G^o. Walker. 


Francis Butler and Ann Weston. Dec. 3. William Weston, DanU 

AND Genealogical Register. 241 

Robert Carlisle and Sarah Snell. Feby. 10. 
Henry Dare and Mrs. Margaret Miller. Mch. 26. 
Joseph Hobday and Abigail Miller. June 13. Thomas Hackett 
Benj. Huflf and Elizabeth McCain. July 10. Henry Done. 
James Elder and Elizabeth Scott. Augt. 23. Henry Evans. 
Silas Marsh and Mary Kimsey. June 19. Henderson Luten. 
Isaac Speight and Ann Montfort. July 24. Richard Brownigg. 
Robert Sanderlin and Mary Waflf. May 3. Smith WaflF. 


Nehemiah Bunch and Juda Hill. Feby. 14. Micajah Bunch. 

John Black and Carrell. Augt. 15. Garrett Hembey. 

Isaac Hassell and Rachel Stepney. Augt. 6. Saml. Dunscombe. 
Joy Purdie and Mary Green. Augt 28. Joseph Chapman. 
Zebulon Snowden and Sarah Taylor. Augt. 3. John Copeland. 
Edmund Blount and Mary Hoskins. Feby. 26. 

James Smith and Elizabeth Stuart. Augt 21. Joseph Harrison. 


Will Bateman and Mary Bunch. June 5. Daniel Marshall. 
Thomas Bonner and Margaret Jones. May 6. Thomas Carroll. 
John Cole and Mary Wood. May 27. James Woodbine. 
Thomas Gregorie and Mary Benton. July 4. Daniel Earle. 
William Halsey and Mrs. Margaret Miller. June 27. Joseph 

William Jackson and Sarah Hoskins. Dec. 21. Daniel Earl. 
Barnard Rogers and Mrs. Mary Vail. Mch. 5. Chas. Bondfield, 

Aurt. Elberson. 
William Roberts and Mrs. Elizabeth Bonner. Feby. 21. Nath'l 

Dr. George Wells and Marian Boyd. Feby. 3. James Hurst, Jno. 

Green. Consent of Wm. Boyd, Marian's father. 
Jno. Wilkins, Jr., and Mrs. Rachel Hassell. July 10. Francis 



James Long and Mary Brown. June 20. George Robertson. 
George Runell and Elizabeth Collins. July 20. Richard Walker. 
Joseph Scott and Penina Copeland. Apl. 12. Timothy Walton, 

Aaron Blanchard. 
John Wyatt and Elizabeth Scrimpshire. Feby. 17. Joseph Creecy. 
Thomas Cromartee and Sarah Dowd. July 23. Jno. Brown, 

Ivy Purdy. 


242 North Carolina Historical 


George Campbell and Mrs. Agnes Turner. Jany. 21. John Wag- 
Thomas Dermody and Ann Fleury. July 6. Thomas Blount. 


Samuel Halsey and Zilphia Bentley. July 12. Will Halsey, Thos. 

Thomas Trotman and Christian Harrell. Feby. 27. James Bond. 
Samuel Wiggins and Ann Hoskins. June 2. Thomas Hoskins. 


Joseph Blount and Mrs. Sarah Hoskins. May 15. Thos. 'Hoskins, 

Jno. Beasley. 
Thomas Hunter and Mrs. Mary Walton. June 13. Jno. Green, 

Aurt Elberson. 
Robert Patterson and Elizabeth Wellwood. Sept. 19. Arch'd Cor- 

rie, Robert Smith. 
Cader Riddiek and Elizabeth Garrett. Dec. 18. Thos. Garrett, James 

Thomas Swann and Margaret Chismell. July 1. John Horniblow, 

Jno. Green. 
Joseph Whedbee and Thomazin Garrett. July 27. Everard Garrett, 

John Elliffe. 


John Darby and Kesiah Purdy. July 14. Thos. Jones, Ivy Purdy. 
Nath'l Jones and Mrs. Millerson Blanchard. June 17. Jas. Freeman, 

Frederick Lassiter. 
William Jones, Jr., and Sarah Howcott. Augt. 31. Abel Miller, 

Tinch Farrow. 
Fred'k Luten and Rachel Jones. Sept. 30. Moseley Vail, Wm. 

Fred'k Lassiter and Mrs. Sarah Walton. Mch. 12. Elisha Hunter, 

Nat Jones. 
Robert Miller and Mrs. Margaret Finery. June 27. Alex. Gallatly, 

Wm. Craig. 
David Mansfield and Elizabeth Wallis. Mch. 25. John Green, 

Nath'l Jones. 
Jeremiah Pratt and Penelope Gilbert. Mch. 10. Thos. Jones, Rich'd 

William Pearson and Elizabeth Penrice. Mch. 23. Thos. Jones, 

Henry Vandewater. 
Seth Riddiek and Leah Hunter. Jany. 6. Josiah Copeland. 
SimeonStallingsandMrs. Monica Walton. June 24. Joseph Riddiek. 
William Speight and Ann Phelps. Augt. 8. John Horniblow. 

AND Genealogical Register. 243 

Jasper Wiseman and Sarah Watson. Augt. 1. Ivy Purdie, Francis 


Jonathan Boulton and Mrs. Fanny Williams. Apl. 8. Hatten~ 

Joseph Chapman and Mrs. Frances Ormond. June 17. John Cun- 
ningham, Kenneth Cameron. 
James Carter and Leah Haughton. June 3. Henry Gibbons, 

David Davis. 
James Elder and Jane Black. Mch. 1. John Black, Robert Hunt. 
James Garrett and Mrs. Ruth Cotrel. Dec. 17. Thos. Garrett, John 

Simeon Long and Mary Beasley. June 4. John Beasley. 
Lemuel Long and Celia Copeland. Sept. 23. William and Joshua 

David Meredith and Mrs. Sarah Brownrigg. June 2. Michael Payne, 

Thos. Jones. 
Daniel Marshall and Christian Hinton. June 11. David Davis, 

Jas. Harrison. 
William Sibbaldson and Mrs. Martha Robertson. May 13. Geo. 

Russell, Henry Gibbons. 
James Thompson and Elizabeth Price. July 29. Henry Thompson. 
William Ward and Mrs. Mary Freeman. Nov. 29. Joseph Worth, 

Geo. Nors worthy. 


Jethro Ballard and Elizabeth Sumner. Dec. 30. Benj. Sumner. 

Demsey Bond and Rachel Blanchard. Mch. 16. John EUiff, Jno. 

Jacob Eason and Mary Walton. Nov. 1. Fred'k Lassiter. 

-John Foster and Nancy Williams. Oct. 1. Hatten Williams. 

William Gaskins and Mrs. Sarah Robertson. Apl. 11. John Rom- 
bough, Wm. Craig. 

Timothy Hunter and Mary Sumner. Oct. 22. Hardy Hunter. 

Alex. Hamilton and Elizabeth Sullivan. June 9. John Wyllie, 
Wm. Craig. 

William King and Kathariue Cook. June 15. Wm. Craig, Alex. 

John Kennedy and Mrs. Ann Haughton. Nov. 19. 

James Norfleet and Sarah Gordon. Dec. 1. Benj. Gordon. 

John Robinson and Kesiah Elliott. Dec. 31. Edward Benbury. 

John Ready and Euphenia Brown. Apl. 5, Henry Vandewater. 

Thomas Wade and Mary Duncan. Mch. 4. John Wilkinson, David 


-Joseph Blount, Jr., and Lydia Bonner. July 15. Joseph Blount, 
Thomas Jones. 

244 North Carolina Historical 

Mvles Burk and Mary Powers. May 10. Joseph Wbedbee, Richard 

Jacob Boyce and Mrs. Agnes Eccleston. Mch. 7. John Beasley. 
Robert Egan and Mrs. Sarah Dailey. Mch. 16. William Askew. 
Dawson Hull and Celia Cain. May 15. Jonathan Cain. 
Jonathan Jordan and Mary Outlaw. Sept. 20. Thos. Garrett, Jr. 
Jacob Outlaw and Rachel Garrett. Nov. 25. Thos. Garrett. 
Josiah Speight and Mrs. Elenora Bond. Jany. 11. Jno. Mushrow, 

Thos. Garrett. 
Benjamin Sanders and Mary Hunter. Mch. 10. William Bennett. 
John Weir and Mary Harlowe. Augt. 11. Thos. McNider. 


John Bennett and Sarah Clark. May 21. William Dermody. 
James Carr and Ann Jones. Mch. 5. William Badham. 
James Digin and Frances Chapman. May 13. Robert Egan. 
Joseph Hopkins and Elizabeth Harper. Apl. 25. Alex. Clark. 
Hezekiah Jones and Azenath Halsey. Mch. 6. William Stewart. 
Job Leary and Rachel Hoskins. Jany. 1. Roger Pye. 
Doctor Riddick and Elizabeth Sumner. Mch. 1. Josiah Speight. 
Miles McSheehey and Penelope Stacy. Apl. 20. Joseph Wortn. 
John Bond and Mary Mathias. Apl. 27. Thos. Price, Rich'd Bond. 


Thomas Britain and Elizabeth Wilson. Apl. 1. Alex. Montgomery. 
Allen Clark and Henrietta Dunscombe. Nov. 10. 
John Custis and Elizabeth Sarah Littledale. Oct. 11. Edward Jinker. 
Alexander Douglas and Elizabeth Webb. Nov. 20. John Blackman. 
James Griffin and Elizabeth Darden. Dec. 27. Willis Griffin. 
Nicholas Hunter and Susannah Buchanan. Nov. 14. Jno. Blackburn. 
Edward Jinker and Mrs. Sarah Bare. Oct. 11. John Custis. 
William Knight and Sarah Foster. Mch. 31. John Boggs. 
Matthew Whiteman aud Abigail Pratt. Oct. 5. 
William WaflF and Celia Seward. Dec. 17. Pred'k Vail. 


John Alberson and Mary Warren. Jany. 7. John Addison. 
John Barniby and Esther Caroon. Jany. 24. J. Sanderlin. 
John Hubert Bory and Mary Randal. July 22. Francis Lafont. 
Robert Boggs and Frances Billops. June 5. Joseph Wills. 
John Coffield and Ann Thompson. Mcb. 20. Wm. Jackson. 
John Charlton and Bethiah Tucker. June 25. William Charlton. 
William Cowper and Mrs. Chrisnon Doeber. Jany. 15. Thomas 

William Davis and Elizabeth Stiron. Nov. 14. James Cole. 
Richard Freeman and Christian Hinton. Sept. 29. James Freeman. 

AND Genealogical Register. 245 

John Frazel and Mehetebel Halsey. April 21. John Beasley. 
John Harvey and Elizabeth Hall. Mch 11. Thos. Benbury. 
William Leary and Leah Freeman. Mch. 24. Thos. White. 
James Lester and Sarah Dear. Mch. 7. William Lester. 
Francis Lafont and Mary Wyatt. July 16. Peter Powers. 
Alexander Montgomery and Sarah Cromartie. May 18. John 

Dominique Murray and Millie Sullivan. Jany. 7. William Waff. 
John McGuire and Sarah Bunch. Dec. 10. 
Charles Pettigrew and Mary Blount. Oct 28. 
Peter Powers and Mary Burk. June 23. Jas. Carter, Wm. Forbes. 
John Robinson and Lydia Brinn. Mch. 30. Charles Hinesley. 
George Stocker and Catharine Leighton. Jany. 31. Uriah Sinkler. 
George Stewart and Catharine Wilson. Nov. 2. Morris Buckley. 
James Sweeney and Sarah Parker. Sept. 5. John Vann. 
Jeremiah Waters and Catharine Miller, May 25. Robert Thompson. 
Steward Walker and Martha Rhodes. May 19. Thos. Palmer. 


Henry Bonner and Elizabeth Williams. June 14. 

Nehemiah Bateman and Sarah Streater. Mch. 22. 

John Collins and Sarah Hinton. Feby 6. George Russell. 

Bartholomew Ditchburn and Ann McClennon. Nov. 29. 

Thomas Endless and Mary Johnson. May 9. 

William Earl and Mary Webb. Sept. 9. 

William Floyd and Christian White. Mch. 10. 

Riehard Groves and Keziah Waff. July 8. 

Luke Gregory and Elizabeth Haughton. Nov. 29. 

James Hare and Penelope Jackson. Dec. 

Thos. McKoin and Elizabeth Taylor. May 13. 

Peter Morrell and Lydia Waff. Sept. 8. 

Joseph Pierce and Frances Nicols. Nov. 24. James Carr. 

Thomas Parker and Taresa Cunningham. Oct. 3. 

John Ready and Rachel Jones. Apl. 23. 

Joseph Smith and Elizabeth Hardy. July 21. 

Thomas Waff and Sarah Jones. Apl. 7. 

Thomas Wills and Margaret Swann. Augt. 26. 

Richard Chappell and Kesiah Jordan. May 1. 

John Harford and Elizabeth Clark. June 8. 


Hiene Linart and Priscilla Harrod. Oct. 9. Adam Harrod. 
Solomon Ward and Mary Simpson. Sept. 27. Med Ashley. 
Peter Groshon and Elizabeth Williams. Nov. 31. Benj. Hardison. 

246 North Carolina Historical 


Maurice Buckley and Elizabeth Disbon. Feby. 4. Micbael Mc* 

CuUen Bunch and Rhoda HoUowell. Dec. 27. William Bunch. 
Aaron Coiner and Anne Liles. July 7. Henry Drake Watson. 
Joseph L. Crisman and Margaret Blount. Apl. 17. Joseph Whedbee. 
Wm. Story Dawes and Fanny Jackson. July 18. Henry Flury. 
James Evans and Miriam Jordan. Feby. 19. William Jordan. 
John Eccleston and Mary Garrett. Sept. 22. William Rombough. 
John Farrow and Sarah Glaughan. Mch. 10. Tinch Farron. 
William Fallow and Absallah Small. May 12. Henry Bonner. 
John Gasser and Mary Hoskins. Oct. 29. 
Elisha Harrod and Jenny Rhody. Mch. 31. Adam Harrod. 
Edward Haughton and Deborah Gregory. Feby 20. John Beasley. 
Edward Harvey and Rebecca Nichols. July 8. John Parker 

Joseph Hindesley and Perthia Gooden. Nov. 7. Thomas Bacchus. 
Malachi Halsey and Esther Copeland. Oct 19. Hezekiah Jones. 
Colen Halsey and Elizabeth Boyd. Dec. 16. John Frazell. 
Richard Humphries and Tamer Caruthers. Sept. 10. 
Charles Johnson and Elizabeth Earl. Feby. 10. 
Bond Jameson and Teresa Bond, Feby. 9. 
John Kale and Celia Parker. Nov. 8. Demsey Kale. 
James Laquer and Nancy Jennett. Feby. 28. James Jennet. 
Aaron Lassiter and Ruth Smith. Jany. 6. Simon Stallings. 
Michael McKeel and Nancy Small. July 13. John Eccleston. 
George Morgan and Sarah Valentine. Nov. 20. John Eccleston. 
Charles Moore and Elizabeth Creecy. Nov. 15. Thos. Ming. 
James Marteri and Elizabeth Walter. Dec. 20. H. Neil. 
William Parker and Catherine Cowand. June 4. John Clastrie. 
Joshua Perkins and Frances Pettyjohn. Jany. 24. 
Thomas Roberts and Christian Lassiter. May 4. Jacob Eason. 
John Scott and Lydia Lester. June 21. Abraham Pettyjohn. 
Benjamin Wood and Myriam Smith. Nov. 8. James Sutton. 
Thomas White and Charity Gregory. Dec. 9. Josiah Copeland. 
John Williamson and Mary Simpson. Nov. 19. Sam'l Skinner. 
John Williams and Martha Collins. May 19. Daniel Marshall. 
LoUderick Ward and Deborah Ward. Aug. 19. Ephraim Ward. 
Thomas Williams and Elizabeth Pollock. June 18. 


Richard Buckley and Lydia Copeland. Feby. 3. Malachi Halsey. 

William Bunch and Jany. 18. Josiah Jones. 

Lewis Dishon and Eliz. Rodda. Jany. 25. Maurice Buckley. 
Thomas Bacchus and Catharine Means. Oct. 24. Richard Buckley. 
James Cotton and Sarah Luten. July 5. Ivy Purdie. 
William Carter and Charlotte Hough. June 20. Dominick Murray. 

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Malacbi Deale and Elizabeth Stacey. Dec. 4. Mead Ashley. 
Winslow Elliott and Mary Asbern. Apri. 14. Exum Elliott. 
Caleb Goodwin and Priscilla Hinton. Oct. 14. Thos. Jones, 
l^aac George and Mary Rhodes. Dec. 16. Michael McKeel. 
William ilatthewsand Amelia Gardner. Apl. 9. 
Peter O'Neal and Kesiah Hoskins. Nov. 20. Henry Bonner. 
Peter Hunter Phillips and Frances Anderson. June 7. Tucker 

Levin Patterson and Kesiah Evans. Feby. 14. John Powers. 
Stephen Saunders and Ferebee Right. Mch. 14. William Tow. 
John Smith and Bettie Cannon. Jany. 23. Joseph Whedbee. 
John Sinclair and Elizabeth Mund. Sept. — . John Ready. 
Joseph Ward and Christian Ward. Augt. 18. Ephraim Ward. 
Isaac White and Sarah Whedbee. Sept. 20. William Barrow. 
Seth Wood and Mrs. Mary Ross. July. 8. James Smith. 
Thomas Whedbee and Sarah Norcom. Mch. 11. William Simons. 


Joseph Ashley and Sarah Hall. Oct. 16. John Goodwin. 
John Brinn and Elizabeth Savage. July 27. Josiah Brinn. 
William Bacchus and Celia Minchew. July 28. Thomas Bacchus. 
James Bond and Mary Hoskins. Oct. 8. John CoflBeld. 
William Callagan and Hannah Carr. April 14. Michael McKeeL 
Josiah Chappell and Mary Walch. May 29. Jacob Thomas. 
Henry Boyd Davis and Elizabeth Jacobs. Dec. 2. J. Harford. 
Stephen Elliott and Frances Bunch. June 18. Jno. Leeming. 
William Fisher and Mary Williams. April 12. Joseph Whedbee. 
Henry Gardner and Mary Badham. Mch. 13. James Hayes. 
George Grandy and Sarah Lane. Augt. 30. Richard Reeves. 
Thomas Hankins and Elizabeth Minirva. Apl. 28. Wm. Rombough. 
Hance Jordan and Mary Ellis. Oct. 30. Thomas Ellis. 
John Leeming and Lewis Grogan. Apl. 12. Joseph Whedbee. 
Nathan Mitchell and Rachel Etheridge. Apl. 30. James Dunscomb. 
Elisha Norfleet and Ann Evans. Nov. 24. Thomas King. 
James Price and Mary Williams. June 29. Josiah Small. 
Samuel Popelston and Mrs. Ester Barnaby. June 12. Thomas 

Stephen Powell and Mary Phelps. April 14. Michael McKeel. 
John Pou and Mary Schelistain. Dec. 27. 

Richard Smith and Temperance Bishop. May 28. Richard Reeves. 
Hugh Smith and Mary Blackburn. April 13. Lemuel Standin. 
Thomas Smith and Anne Duncan. Oct. 15. William Newbold. 
Thomas Simmons and Deborah Creecy. Jany. 14. George Baines, Jr. 
Gregory Thach and Penelope Hall. August 11. Thomas Thach. 
Joseph Thach and Rosanna Ming. Dec. 10. Thomas Ming. 
Harmon Webb and Edy Jones. Feby. 8. Thomas Waff. 
John Watkins and Deborah Butler. Jany. 12. Edward Vail. 

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Thomas Byrum and Rachel Hobbs. Dec. 22. James Keel. 
Isaiah Burdick and Hannah Phelps. May 19. William Summers. 
Jeremiah Coffield and Sarah Banks. Sept. 27. John CoflBeld. 
John Clements and Ann Perkins. July 8. Fred'k Clements. 
James Chew and Hannah Homes. May 3. Sacker Savage. 
Robert Donialdson and Rosanna Stewart. June 2. John Webb. 
James Dunscombe and Sarah Badham. June 28. Thomas Bent. 
Jeremiah Fleetwood and Elizabeth Thompson. Dec. 18. John Price. 
Job Hicks and Thamer Bacchus. Aug. 1. J. Bond. 
Denton James and Mary Sleep. May 16. Dominique Murray. 
Anthony Joseph and Mary Williams. July 23. Francis Porrie. 
James Keel and Sarah Spivey. Sept. 10. Edward Welch. 
John Leary and Sarah Haughton. Feby. 28. 
Thomas Myers and Margaret Wildare. Nov. 22. Henry Bond. 
Nicholas Newbern and Ann Jones. July 4. Reuben Small. 
Joseph B. Pou and Zilpha Woodward. Sept. 23. Hardy Hurdle. 
James Price and Elizabeth Newbern. Feby. 4. 
William Pyle, Jr., and Eliz. Wyllie. Feby. 6. Robert Egan. 
John Pettyjohn and Ann Ming. April 14. John Proctor. 
John Ryall and Lydia Maines. Oct. 17. Michael Payne. 
Benj. Small and Mary Humphreys. Jany. 31. 
James Spingley and Elizabeth Stewart. Mch. 17. Alex. Hamilton. 
William Thurston and Rachel Ward. Aug. 11. Nicholas Stallings. 
Jer. Vernice and Mary Rhoda. Feby. 12. Jos. Valentine. 
Harden Ward and Elizabeth Wood. May 24. Joshua Copeland. 
Thomas Wafif and Sarah Liles. June 26. Henry Bond. 


Thomas Bateman and Elizabeth Elliott. Dec. 16. Geo. Wilkinson. 
George Bains and Sarah Charlton. July 30. Henry Bond. 
Wilson Cheshire and Sarah Hoskins. July II. 
Thomas Chambers and Mary Endless. Sept. 30. Joseph Whedbee. 
Job CoflBeld and Mary Newbern. Nov. 23. Reuben Small. 
William Carruthers and Elizabeth Ambrose. May 28. Henry Jacobs. 
Stephen Elliott and Elizabeth Thompson. June 20. James Parrish. 
James Farrow and Penelope West. Dec. 26. Henry Drake Watson, 

Wm. Liles. 
Thomas Gordon and Mary Liles. Feby. 13. Sr. Savage. 
Jesse Hassell and Elizabeth Haughton. Mch. 11. John Leeming. 
Joseph Johnston and Mildred Sanderlin. Oct. 17. John Wilder. 
Thos. McNider and Nancy Crothers. Aug. 29. Sam'l Simpson. 
Myles O^Mally and Helen Gray. July 17. . Michael Payne. 
John Morris and Mrs. Elizabeth Savage. June 17. 
Thomas Matthias and Frances Bunch. Feby. 12. John Bond. 
John Pearson and Ann Ormond. May 26. Wm. Callagan. 
Roger Squires and Penelope Kirby. Nov. 2. Will. T. Muse. 

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Thomas Seaman and Elizabeth Smith. Dec. 29. Sam'i Jackson, 

Cornell Foster. 
William Satterfield and Polly Hollowell. Dec. 23. Thomas WaflF. 
Thomas Simons and Rachel Ready. Mch. 29. Joseph Wilkins. 
John Ward and Anna Small. Mch. 14. Jeremiah Ashley. 


Stephen Burn and Charlotte Hoff. Feby. 10. James Spingley. 
Thomas Bacchus and Mary Ashley. May 21. James Parish. 
Henry Bleaton and Deborah Perkins. Oct. 23. John Frazel. 
James Brinn and Zilpha Martin. Jany. 9. Josiah Brinn. 
Geo. Beasley and Elizabeth Bonner. Oct. 19. Thos. Bateman. 
Robert Beasley and Elizabeth Elliott. Feby. 9. Willis Williams. 
James D. Camp and Mrs. Elizabeth Clarkson. Jany 2. Thos. 

John Cox and Mary Charlton. Jany. 6. John Frazel. 
William Dadman and Happy Warner. June 1. Michael McKeel. 
Cornell Foster and Elizabeth Haddichs. Feby. 12. Matt. O'Mally. 
Jeremiah Fleetwood and Mary Pilkinton. July 17. Thos. Thompson. 
Henry Flury and Eliz Harris. Nov. 1. Will. T. Muse. 
John FuUinton and Penina Welch. Dec. 7. Isaac Welch. 
Demsey Jordan and Lucy Person. Feby. 19, Thomas Bacchus. 
Elisha Hare and Esther Norfleet. Dec. 28. Elisha Parker. 
Nath'l Howcott and Sarah Norcom. Sept. 11. Reuben Small. 
James Leonard and Mary Halsey. Mch. 4. Henry Flury. 
James Leonard and Sarah Clark. Feby. 27. Henry Flury. 
John Murray and Elizabeth Plummer. Apl. 3. John Cameron. 
William Muns and Mary Eason. Jany. 5. Thos. Bacchus. 
James Ming and Ann Beasley. Feby. 23. Ed. Haughton. 
William Parker and Sarah McGuire. Mch. 24. Wm. McDonald. 
Thomas Parker and Mary Hoskins. Dec. 2. John Powers, John 

John Spivey and Rhoady Ward. May 9. George White. 
Henry Starr and Margaret Muir. Dec. 25. Benj. S. Simpson. 
Chas. Sanderlain and Catharine Humphries. May 17. Thos, Collins. 
Amos Trotman and Hannah Hurdle. Jany. 12. Benj. Hurdle. 
Shadrach Ward and Rachel Byrum. May 13. Nicholas Stallings. 
Denby Ward and Barbara Cowan. June 3. Humphrey Ward. 
Isaac Welch and Sarah Hollowell. Mch. 8. John Fullinton. 
Nathan Ward and Sarah Wood. Nov. 27. Geo. White. 
William Webb and Mary James. Jany. 10. Edward James. 
Thomas Waff and Penelope Bunch. July 2. Benj. Coffield. 

Without date as to year: 
Chas. Roberts and Nancy Hoskins. Apl. 26, 17 — . Samuel Hoskins. 

Isom Boyce and Rebecca Thompson. Nov. 28. Thos. Thompson. 

250 North Carolina Historical 

William Barrow and Hannah Arps. Nov. 26. Zachariah Webb. 
Francis Beasley and Elizabeth Jones. Jany. 4. Tbos. Bateman. 
Andrew Crawford and Charlotte Long. Sept. 23. John Beasley^ 

HoUiday Walton. 
James Chew and Susannah Etheridge. May 23. Robert Egan. 
David Currie and Esther Butler. Feby. 4. Arthur Butler. 
Jacob Deschampe and Ann Rhoda. Jany. 27. Aug. Deschampe. 
John Dishon and Janney Harrod. Feby. 15. Gauston Visher. 
Charlton Hall and Sarah Rea. Aug. 30. Wm. Richards. 
John Harrell and Ann Muns. May 25. James Parish. 
Thomas Hamilton and Martha Liles. Mch. 1. Jno. Leming. 
Henry Joiner and Susanna Bunch. Aug. 11. Thos. Waff. 
Joseph Jordan, Jr., and Esther Hobbs. Oct. 4. Joseph Jordan. 
Samuel Jimson and Elizabeth Martin. July 11. Dominique Murray^ 
Joshua Johnson and Catharine Bains. Jauy. 29. Thomas McNider. 
William King and Mary Perkins. Augt. 12. Robert Perkins. 
Phillip McGuire and Amy Small. May 6. Thos. Bateman. 
Michael McKeel and Mary Brinkley. Dec. 29. Wilson Mewborn. 
Edward Norcom and Sarah Sutton. May 21. Lemuel Standin. 
Samuel Privett and Bathsbeba Benton. June 8. James Garrett. 
Ratliff Pointer and Happy Deadman. July 14. James Smith, Jno- 

Abraham Pettyjohn and Susanna Cale. Augt. 2. James Bently. 
Seth Parker and Elizabeth Price. Sept. 28. Isaac Parker. 
Michael Stevens and Mary Ann Durham. Oct. 6. Wm. Shaw. 
William Stacey and Elizabeth Ashley. Dec. 28. Jer. Ashley. 
Benjamin . Swain Simpson and Mary Wyatt. Jany. 27. Samuel 

Silas White and Judah Wallace. Dec. 7. Henry Bond. 


William Bains, Sr., and Elizabeth Simpson. May 16. William 

Baines, Jr. 
John Botner Edwards and Catharine Clark. Dec. 20. Evan Simpson. 
William Fallaw and Elizabeth Lewis. Feby. 14. Henry Bonner. 
Thomas Graystock and Mary Joseph. Augt. 6. Henry Rodney. 
Hezekiah Gorham and Ann Hassell. Mch. 21. Benj. Hassell. 
William Haughton and Mary Pratt. Apl. 16. James Farrow. 
John Hall and Hannah Jones. Aug. 25. William Bonner. 
Colin Halsey and Elizabeth Garrett. Sept. 11. Malachi Halsey. 
Isaiah Jones and Ephraim Buckley. Feby. 21. Rich'd Buckley. 
Joseph Morris and Mary Harrell. Sept. 17. Joab Champion. 
Zebulon Mansfield and Elizabeth Goodwin. May 4. Joseph Good win. 
Chas. Powell and Sarah Brickie. Nov. 10. William Rombough. 
Reuben Small and Rebecca Bond. Dec. 22. Benj. Small. 
Myles Stallings and Christian Byrum. May 4. William Caruthers. 
James Simpson and Patience Humphrey. Dec. 6. James Starns. 
Reuben Simons and Mary Hoskins. Apl. 9. Charlton Simons. 


John Wilder and Sarah Bond. Dec. 17. George Wilkinson. 
William Wallis and Christian Bevins. Nov. 20. John Walton. 


Reuben Arnold and Polly Sanderlin. Aug. 10. Thomas Bent. 
William Bush and Sarah Jackson. Dec. 2. James Jackson. 
Isaac Byrum and Mary Jordan. Oct. 18. Jacob Jordan. 
Robert Beasley and Rebecca Wilkins. Sept. 13. Thos. Seaman. 
Job Charlton and Bathia Charlton. Augt. 17. Will Wilkins. 
William Daniel and Mary Sowall. Oct. 12. Solomon Bunch. 
Cader Felton and Prisey Rouutree. Mch. 29. John Felton. 
Jethro Hillman and Susannah Stanton. Apl. 20. Gilbert Stanton. 
William Hall and Elizabeth Hoskins. June 18. Myles Hall, John 

Jacob Muns and Elinor Rhoda. Sept. 11. William Muns. 
John Parish and Sarah Rogers. Apl. 11. William Burnett. 
Jeremiah Ward and Rachel Hooten. May 6. Luodovick Ward. 
Gteorge Wilkinson and Frances Myles. Feby. 12. Christopher Miller. 
William Wilkins and Mary Wilkins. Augt. 17. Job Charlton. 


Elijah Bunch and Ann Parish. Aug. 26. Abner Bunch. 
Edward Bunch and Sarah Goodwin. Mch. 10. Nath'l Howcott. 
Lemuel Burkitt and Elizabeth Middleton. Jany. 15. Abraham 

David Haughton and Ann Savage. Apl. 24. James Satterfield. 
Anson Hubble and Sarah Reeves. Dee. 30. Thomas Waff. 
Joseph Jordan and Mary Hicks. Dec. 8. Wyke Newby. 
Joseph Low and Charlotte Burn. Aug. 27. Henry Gardner- 
John Moore and Hannah Barrow. Dec. 27. James Cunningham. 
Zebulon Mills and Elizabeth High Smith. Mch. 29. William Lester. 
Wyke Newby and Charity Roberts. Apl. 30. Miles Elliott. 
Moses Rhoda and Celia Lane. May 7. William Bunch. 
Stephen Smith and Sarah Boyce. Nov. 18. William Smith. 
Joseph Ward and Esther Fallaw. Apl. 9. Frederick Gurley. 
Silvanus Wilson and Elizabeth White. Nov. 1. William Wright. 
William Williams and Eliz. Watkins. Apl. 3. Jas. Satterfield. 


Thomas Anderson and Susannah Warner. May 9. James Neill. 
James Bunch and Priscilla Bunch. May 14. Joseph Bunch. 
Daniel Barker and Axine Everton. June 20. James Hathaway. 
Moses Buckley and Charity Goodwin. July 12. Wm. Goodwin. 
Joseph Brown and Lydia Webb. Mch. 18. Jas. Cunningham. 
Jacob Boyce and Catharine Jones, Feby. 9. Moses Buckley. 
William Carter and Sarah Bond. Oct. 12. Stephen Carpenter. 

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Joseph Copeland and Mary Boyce. Nov. 28. Joseph Boyce. 
Joseph Chamberlain and Dinah Bartie. Nay 12. Eli Bartie. 
James Cunningham and Eliz. Ellis. April 17. Michael McKeel. 
Barnaba Coffield and Siabre Hix. Aug. 14. Fred'k Simpson. 
Uriah Daniel and Amy Harrod. Dec. 23. Thomas Bacost. 
Townsend Elliott and Sarah Simons. Oct. 22. Exum Elliott, Solo- 
mon Elliott. 
Robert Edny and Mary Bond. June 16. Lem'l Standin. 
John Everton and Mary Love. Apl. 11. Alex. Millen. 
William Floyd and Roady Lane. June 20. James Stearns. 
Phillip George and Deborah Riddick. July 25. Dominique Murer. 
William Halsey and Elizabeth Banks. Sept. 7. John McGuire. 
Joshua Handsay and Sally Davis. Sept. 8. Myles O'Mally. 
James Hoskins and Mary Norcom. Oct. 22. Wm. Rombough. 
John Hollowell and Penina Byrum. May 26. Nicholas Stallings. 
James Harvey and Mary Roberts. June 20. James Hathaway. 
Elisha Jones and Mary Payne. Dec. 12. Hamilton Waring. 
John Jenny and Barbary Stanton. Jany. 8. Elisha Parker. 
William Kirby and Mary Hicks. June 13. Barnaby CoflBeld. 
King Luten and Ann Hoskins.' July 13. Thomas Hankius. 
Thomas Liles and Mary Glohorn. Mch. 26. William Bad bam. 
Thomas Munds and Lidea Halsey. Dec. 2. Myles Ashley. 
Edward Moseley and Ann Bateman. Jany. 16. Thomas Whedbee. 
Lemuel Price and Charity Bonhanon. Sept. 14. Seth Parker. 
Solomon Perry and Esther Spivey. Feby. 25. Amos Perry. 
Isaac Parker and Betsy Small. Mch. 20. Seth Parker. 
Thomas Roberts and Mary Ward. Aug. 17. John Hearald. 
James Swann and Polly Williams. Jany. 8. Elisha Parker. 
Jacob Simons and Hannah Wilder. Apl. 6. Joshua Simons. 
James Satterfield and Fanny Bonner. Mcb. 5. Thos. Satterfield. 
Gen'l William Skinner and Mrs. Dorothy McDonald. June 26. 
Abram Small and Sarah Humphries. May 16. Reuben Small. 
Thomas Satterfield and Mary Stewart. Oct. 22. James Satterfield. 
Dr. Mathias E. Sawyer and Peggy Hosmer. Dec. 21. John Little. 
Josiah Smith and Charity Woodward. Feby. 16. Richard Woodward. 
William Thomas and Eliz. Beasley. May 22. James Hathaway. 
John Taylor, Jr., and Hannah Hall. Mch. 6. John Taylor. 
John Tillman and Martha Hamilton. Feby. 12. Henry Gardner. 
John Williams and Martha Collins. Sept. 21. Nicholas Newborn. 
George Wilkins and Easter Simons. Nov. 2. Eli Bartie. 
Zachariah Webb and Sarah Cheshire. Apl. 23. Wm. Rombough. 


Jonathan Ashley and Delila Ford. Oct. 22. William Ford. 
William Bufkin and Jemima Goodwin. Apl. 22. Samuel Lane. 
Jesse Ballard and Elizabeth Bemburage. Dec. 8. James Jones, 
John Lester. 

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Marquis Anthony C. S. De Cla^ny and Luisa Constance de Rabie 

Longuet Mch. 21. De Nam. 
Thomas Chambers and Penelope Pophelston. Mch. 28. John 

Fred'k Coffield and Patsey Collins. June 13. Job Coffield. 
Robert Donaldson and Betsey Bentley. June 6. Edward James. 
Harmon Hurdle and Tamer Copeland. Sept. 12. Josiah Hurdle. 
John Hamilton and Elizabeth Engs. Jany. 23. Hend. Standin. 
Thomas Hankins and Elizabeth Williams. May 14. Myles O'Mally. 
Jonathan Haughton, Jr., and Mary Sanders. Nov. 18. Jonathan 

Aaron Hill and Rachel Perry. Aug. 12. Shadrick Felton. 
James Hathaway and Elizabeth Valentine (2d wife). Dec. 6. Benj. 

Nath'l Kelley and Charlotte Low. Aug. 2. Dominique Murer. 
Lemuel Long and Mary Haughton. Sept. 3. William Long. 
John Lee and Elizabeth Jordan. Dec. 28. Joseph Jordan. 
Jonathan Maltbie and Mary Miles. June 9. Henry Eelbeck. 
Jacob Muns and Creecy Jones. Oct. 12. William Muns. 
Jeremiah Mixon and Elizabeth Wilder. Nov. 26. Thos. Ming. 
John B. De Nard and Marie De Clugny. Mch. 21. Ms. DeClugny, 

Stephen Cabarms. 
William Roberts and Mary Bennett. May 23. Thos. Hankins. 
Thomas Smith and Elizabeth Smith. Mch. 21. Amos Perry. 
Fred'k Ward and Eliz. White. May 11. Jeremiah Ward. 
Elijah Whedbee and Sarah Whedbee. Mch. 8. Thomas Whedbee. 
Thomas Waflf and Sarah Hall. Mch. 10. Wm. Satterfield. 
Willis Wilder and Mary Holms. May 26. John Simons, Jr. 


William Bains and Hannah Burket. Feby. 20. Hend. Standin. 
Robert Bartie and Elizabeth Simons. July 25. James Niell. 
Arnold S. Burk and Sarah Jordan. Aug. 9. John Mitchell. 
Nathaniel Brian and Mary Boyce. Oct. 23. Jacob Boyce. 
Emanuel Burns and Nancy Murrier. Apl. 1. Dominique Murrier. 
John Eggner Buff and Catherine Lyons. Mch. 29. Dominique 

Solomon Champion and Esther Halsey Both. Nath'l Wilder. 
John Evans and Eliz. Asbell. Aug. 18. James Evans. 
Solomon Elliott and Rachel Gregory. May 15. Jno. Fenterington. 
Jeremiah Frazier and Ann Holms. Oct. 7. Hamilton Waring. 
John Hobbs and Ann Asbill. Jany. 11. John Harrell. 
James Jones and Margarett Randall. June 22. Sam'l Hoskins. 
Thomas Jones and Elizabeth M. McCabe. Feby. 4. Micajah Bunch. 
Zachariah Jones and Mary Simpson. Oct. 25. Era's Beasley. 
George Liles and Thamar Haughton. Feby. 15. James Satterfield. 
William Murphy and Lydia Elliott. Oct. 2. James Brinn. 

254 North Carolina Historical 

William Mitchell and Nannie Asbell. Aug. 22. John Mitchell. 
John Mitchell and Sarah Ashley. Dec. 23. Thomas Bacchus. 
Daniel Newsom and Nancy Price. Aug. 22. Jeremiah Price. 
John Roady and Nancy McGuire. Apl. 6. Moses Roady. 
Exum Simpson and Margaret Bond. Jany. 4. Phillip McGuire. 
John Sikes and Bethiua Etheridge. June 6. Thomas Garrett. 
Sparkman Stone and Frances Price. Oct. 31. Jeremiah Price. 
Thomas Taylor and Comfort Gregory. Oct. 23. Eli Bartie. 
Josiah Vick and Elizabeth Elliott. May 10. Myles O'Mally. 
Isaac Ward and Gracey Goodwin. Jany. 26 Lewis Goodwin. 
Richard Webb and Delila Cale. Aug. 22. Hampton Walker. 


Miles Ashley and Mary Harrod. Dec. 26. Reuben Hobbs. 
David Black and Ealies Bennett. Oct. 24. Josiah Jordan. 
Isaac Boyce and Nancy White. Oct. 12. Joseph Scott. 
Solomon Bunch and Sarah Coffield. Sept. 6. Malachi Bunch. 
Humphrey GriflBn and Absilla White. Jany. 2. Nicholas Stallings. 
Brinkley Grifl5n and Charity Newby. Oct. 29. Moses Hobbs. 
Halsey Harris and Sarah Bunch. Dec. 18. Malachi Bunch. 
William HoUowell and Ann Price. Sept. 28. Dominique Murrer. 
Jonathan Humphries and Margaret Pophelston. Feby. 16. Moses 

Levi Jones and Rachel Small. Nov. 13. Edmund Jones. 
Josiah Jordan and Catharine Bennett. Oct. 24. David Black. 
Robert Nixon and Lovey Jordan. Nov. 3. William Jordan. 
George Pugh and Lovey Meekings of Currituck. Feby. 20. Wm. 

James Saunders and Hannah Simons. Jany. 5. James Granbury. 
James Wills and Tabitha Lawrence. Apl. 6. Edmund Hoskins. 
James Ward and Sarah Bateman. Jany. 30. Jas. Satterfield. 
Jesse White and Eliz. Brinn. Aug. 24. Nicholas Stallings. 
Ephraim Wingate and Elizabeth Williams. Nov. 5. Jno. Beasley. 
George Wilkinson and Jeosifat Miles. Dec. 20. Jaa. Satterfield. 


George Blair and Mary King. July 3. William Blair. 
Joseph Beasley and Catharine Gellatly. Sept. 21. Hezekiah Gorham. 
John Beasley and Nancy Slade. April 27. Fred'k Blount. 
John Brinn and Elizabeth Butler. Nov. 29. Jas. Cunningham. 
Micajah Bunch and Ann Boulton. Feby. 18. William Thompson. 
William Blatony and Mary Murrier. Dominique Murrier. 
Richard Benbury and Mary Blount. Mch. 16. John Blount. 
Job Chapel (Perquimans Co.) and Ann Brinn. Aug. 22. Jas. Brinn. 
Myles Elliott and Miley Elliott. Jany. 11. Caleb Elliott. 
Henry Flury and Martha Harris. Feby. 2. Benj. Norfleet. 
John Goodwin and Eliz. Morris. Jany. 24. Thomas Stacey. 

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William Gregory and Eliz. Frazier. Feby. 11. Nath'l Howcott. 
Abner Hollowell and Mary Goodwin. Feby. 4. Isaac Welch. 
William Hobbs and Rachel Cullens. Mch. 11. Jacob CuUens. 
Thomas Ingham and Nancy Liles. May 16. George Beasley. 
William Jordan and Mary Bunch. Nov. 29. Moses Hobbs. 
Thomas Jordan and Kiddy Brinkley. Nov. 29. Moses Hobbs. 
Michael McKeel and Miriam Price. Dec. 13. 
John Miller and Penelope Leath. Feby. 27. Benj. Brown. 
Edward Melson and Rebecca Liles. May 21. William Ross, 
John Norman and Sarah Whedbee. Apl. 30. William Ross. 
John Perry and Sally White. Nov. 29. Moses Hobbs. 
James Parker and Eliz. Lucas. June 11. Peter O'Neill. 
Joseph Scott and Mary Sinkler. Jany. 3. John Popelston. 
John Smith and Nancy Thomas. Sept. 5. Dominique Murrer. 
William Thompson and Lydia Bunch. Mch. 6. Micajah Bunch. 
Fred'k Whiteman and Mary Core. Oct. 26. Matthew Whiteman. 
Edward Welch and A. Elsey Roe. May 16. John Perry. 

1800. • 

William Badham and Martha Sanderlin. Dec. 21. John Fife. 
Joseph Bunch and Ann Wilkinson. June 11. Abel Miller. 
James Byriam and Rachel Boyce. July 1. Isaac Byriam. 
Ira Crocker and Sally Leath. July 22. James Hathaway. 
Jacob Daws and Mary McGuire. Dec. 20. Jacob Boyce. 
Powers Etheridge and Sarah Gotten. Oct. 23. King Luten. 
John Felton and Eliz. Jackson. Apl 5. James Jackson. 
Isaac Gray and Mary Ward. Mch. 31. John Proctor. 
Jenkins Gregory and Sarah Parks. Sept. 8. Edward Welch. 
Barnabus House and Mary Smiley. Nov. 28. Ira Crocker. 
John Harris and Barsheba Privet. Oct. 25. Benton Jones. 
James Jones and Elizabeth Simons. Mch. 24. Richard Humphries. 
William Middleton and Esther Haughton. Mch. 22. John Haughton. 
Michael McGuire and Eliz. Hinesley. Jany. 1. James Starus. 
Wiley Ming and Elizabeth Roberts. Oct. 29. James Ming. 
John Norcom, Sr., and Elizabeth Sinkler. Nov. 4. Jno. Norcom, Jr. 
James Neill and Deborah Smilie. Aug. 21. Hend. Standin. 
James Pettyjohn and Frances James. Oct. 18. Delight Burkett. 
Joseph Parish and Nancy Bunch. May 23. Benj. Norfleet. 
Henry Riddick and Sarah Topping. Nov. 12. Sam'l Topping. 
Stephen Revill and Alsey Foster. July 23. Alfred Churten. 
George D. Reed and Mary Van Pelt. May 6. 
Samuel Rea and Martha Wilder. Mch. 24. Jacob Blount. 
John Swift and Anne McCowen. Sept. 25. Jesse Hassell. 
ChaJles Stacey and May Chew. Sept. 20. Robert Stacey. 
John Simons and Mary Leary. July 25. Townsend Elliott. 
Robert Stacey and Rachel Ming. Mch. 11. Thos. Stacey. 
William Topping and Elizabeth Parish. May 2. Richard Skinner. 
Richard Wood and Cynthia Lassiter. Aug. 21. Nathan Wood. 

256 North Carolina Historical 


Lossing, in his " Field Book of the Revolution," states that the 
first church erected in North Carolina was located in Chowan County 
in 1705. While he is in error as to the date, he is correct as to its 
location. (Vol. — , page — .) 

Tradition has placed the first church on the site of St. Paul's 
Church, in the town of Edenton, N. C, and we regret that the tra- 
dition is not verified, by the evidence taken from the records, as 
given in this sketch. The writer takes no pleasure in destroying, 
but would rather confirm them. 

" At the organization of the first Vestry of St. Paul's Parish at the 
house of Thomas Gillam, Dec. 12, 1701," in obedience to an Act of 
Assembly made Nov. the 12th, 1701, appointing a Vestry for this 
Precinct consisting of Hon. Henderson Walker, Col. Thomas Pollock, 
William Duckinfield, Nicholas Crisp, Edward Smithwick, John 
Blount, James Long, Nathaniel Chevin, William Banberry, Col» 
William Wilkinson, Capt. Thomas Leuten, Capt. Thomas Blount, 
present, it being debated where a church should be built, Mr. Ed- 
ward Smithwick undertakes to give one acre of land upon his old 
plantation, and to give a conveyance for the same to the Church 
Wardens hereafter appointed for the use and service of the precinct, 
to build a church upon, and for no other use, and to acknowledge 
the same in open court." (Col. Rec, vol. I, page 543.) 

" It is appointed that Col. William Wilkinson and Capt. Thos. 
Leuten shall be Church Wardens for the following year, who shall 
agree with a workman for building a Church 25 ft. long. Posts in the 
ground and held to the Collar Beams, and to find all manner of Iron 
work, viz.. Nails and Locks, &c„ with full power to contract and 
agree with the said workman, as to their direction, shall seem meet 
and convenient." (Col. Rec, vol. I, page 543.) 

" Ordered, that the Church Wardens aforesaid having agreed with 
the workman for the building of a church as aforesaid, whatsoever 
charge shall accrue for and towards the building of the aforesaid 
church, or any other charge relating to the same (although not here 
particularly mentioned) by the said Church Wardens be levied by 
the pole upon the Tythables of the Precinct, the Church Wardens 
first endeavoring to raise the said money by contribution, and in 
case of failure to raise it by the pole as aforesaid, to agree with a Col- 
lector or Collectors to receive the same with power to destrain in case 
of Refusal." (Col. Records, vol. I, pages 543 and 544.) 

The next evidence we introduce is a deed from "Edward Smith- 
wick to Thomas Luten and William Wilkinson, Church Wardens 
of ye Precinct of Chowan, in North Carolina." " Seventy yards 

AND Genbaloqical Rbgistbr. 257 

square of land for to build and arect a church, and the church to 
stand in the middle of said land, for the use of said Parish, forever, 
the 8ai<i land to be on the road or the highway from Thomas 6yl- 
liam's in the woods, joining on the old field of the said Edward 
Smithwick. April 7, 1702. Test, Thomas Luten, Register." (Book 
W, page 30, Register of Deeds' Office of Chowan County.) 

" At a vestry held at Thomas Gilliam's, Oct. 13, 1702, Present, 
Hon. Henderson Walker, President, Col. Wm. Wilkinson, Capt. 
Thomas Luten, Church Wardens, Nicholas Crisp, John Blount, Capt 
Thomas Blount, Edward Smithwick, Wm. Banbury. 

"To building the Chapel to Mr. John Porter 25£, the list of Tyth- 
ables in the Precinct being taken is found to be 283." (Col. Rec, 
vol. I, pages 558-9.) 

** Ordered, that the vestry meet to-morrow morning to view the 

'Oct. ye 14th, 1702. The vestry being met and having viewed 
the Chappel, the major part of the vestry do declare their dislike of 
the ceiling of the Chappel, by reason of the Boards being defaced." 
(Col. Rec, vol. I, page 576 ) 

Ordered, that Mr. Edward Smithwick and Mr. Nicholas Crisp, on 
behalf of the vestry, do choose one indifferent man that is skilled in 
building, and Mr. John Porter shall choose another, who shall meet 
at the Chanel the second Saturday in November to give their "judg- 
ment whether the boards be fit for ceiling such a house, and if these 
two persons chosen as aforesaid cannot agree in their opinions, then 
they shall choose an umpire, and what opinion he the said umpire 
shall give shall be a full and final determination of the matter about 
the ceiling and boards, and the agreement between the Church War- 
dens and Mr. John Porter shall be thence." (Col. Reic, vol. I, pages 
558-9 and 560) 

** At a vestry holden at the house of Mrs. Sarah Gilliam ye 15th 
day of December, 1702. Present, Col. Wm. Wilkinson, Capt. Thos. 
Leuten, Church Wardens, Mr. Wm. Duckinfield, Mr. Edward Smith- 
wick, Mr. Nicholas Crisp, Capt. Thomas Blount, Mr. William Ban- 
bury, Mr. Nath'l Chevin, Mr. James Long." (Col. Rec, vol. I, pages 

"The Chappel being this day viewed by all the vestry here pres- 
ent, and are satisfied therewith and do receive the House and Keys 
from Mr. John Porter, he promising to provide so much Lime as 
will wiash the ceiling of the Chapel, and the Vestry to be at the 
charge of a workman to do the same." (Col. Rec, vol, I, pages 

" At a vestry holden at the Chappel ye 6th Oct., 1703. . Present, 
Hon. Henderson Walker, Mr. Wm. Duckinfield, Mr. Edward Smith- 
wick, Col. Wm. Wilkinson, Church Wardens, Capt. Thos. Blount, 
Capt. Thomas Leuten, Mr. John Blount, Mr. Nicholas Crisp, Mr. 
Wm. Banbury, Mr. Nath'l Chevin." (Col. Rec, vol. I, pages 576-7.) 

Ordered, that the Church Wardens shall, with all possible speedy 

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have the wiDdows of the Chappell finished, and that Glass may be 
sent for or purchased here if possible." (Col. Rec, vol. I, page 571.) 

"At a vestry met at the Chapel the 9th day of March, 1 703-4. 
Present, Hon. Henderson Walker, Col. Wm. Wilkinson, Mr. Wm. 
Duckinfield, Mr. Edward Smithwick, Mr. Nicholas Crisp, Mr. John 
Blount, Mr. Wm. Banbury, Mr. Nath'l Chevin." (Col. Rec., vol. I, 
pages 576-7.) 

"Ordered, that the Church Wardens do speedily agree with a 
workman to make pulpit and pew for the Reader with Desk fitting 
for the same, and in as decent manner as may be, and what they 
agree for the vestry do oblige themselves to see paid. And that they 
put a former order in execution for the getting the windows put up, 
and to get Glass and have it put in forthwith." (Col. Rec, vol. I, pages 

"At a vestry at the Chappell ye 3d day of Janry., 1705-6. Present, 
Col. Wm. Wilkinson, Capt. Thomas Luten, John Ardern, Esq., Wm. 
Duckinfield, Esq., Capt. Thomas Blount, Mr. John Blount, Mr. James 
Long, Mr. Edward Smithwick, Mr. Nath'I Chevin, Mr. Wm. Banbury." 

" Also debated the Payment of John Dicks for work about the 
pulpit, the said work not being finished, whether he should be paid 
before the work be done. He alledging that he could not finish it for 
want of Nails and Boards, and he brings an acct. for his work six 

" Ordered, that John Dicks be paid one pound, seventeen shillings, 
nine pence, besides what he has been paid, and that he finish the 
work, then account with the Vestry." (Col. Rec, vol. I, pages 629 
and 630) 

" At a Vestry at the Chappell the 18 day of April, 1708. Present, 
Wm. Duckinfield, Mr. John Ardern, Capt. Thomas Luten, Mr. Nich- 
olas Crisp, Jno. Blount, Esq., Mr. Edward Smithwick, Mr. Wm. Ban- 
bury, Mr. Nath^ Chevin." 

** Ordered, that Phillis Dicks, widow of John Dicks, be paid by the 
publick the sum of two pounds, besides what he hath been allowed 
and paid by the public for his work on the Chapel. (Idem, p. 679.) 

"At a Vestry met at the Chapel on Tuesday, May 11, 1708. Pres- 
ent, Wm. Duckinfield, Esq., Edward Moseley, Esq., Mr. Edward 
Smithwick. Capt. Thos. Luten, Mr. Nicholas Crisp, Mr. Wm. Ban- 
bury, Mr. Thomas Garrett, John Ardern, Esq., Mr. John Blount." 

" It having this day been debated for the better encouragement of 
a minister (for this precinct only) which is the most proper place to 
purchase for a Glebe, it's unanimously agreed upon that the planta- 
tion now belonging to Mr. Frederick Jones, whereon the church now 
stands, is the fittest place can be thought on for that use: the tract of 
land in quantity containing five hundred acres. 

" It is therefore the humble Request of the Vestry that Edward 
Mosoley, Esq., (having now business into Virginia) will please to 
treat with Mr. Frederick Jones concerning the purchase of the said 
land and agree with him for the same, provided he exceed not an 
hundred pounds in country commodities. 


*' Ordered, that the Church Wardens endeavor to have the pulpit 
finished with all possible speed, as likewise the Desk, and what other 
things belong to it, as likewise to have the Church floor laid with 
Brick, but upon further debate of the matter it's agreed upon that 
the floor shall be laid with plank as being the cheapest and most 
expeditious way of having it done." (Col. Rec., vol. 1, pages 680-1.) 

The italics, "whereon the church now stands," in the above quo- 
tation are ours; th^y are not in the original as italics, but written 
as the balance of the paragraph. 

From the above evidence taken from the records, we have the 
<}hurch commenced upon the land of Edward Smith wick in 1702 and 
received by the Vestry Dec. 15, 1702; it was, however, not comple- 
ted as late as 1708, when it still required a floor, at which time we 
find the plantation upon which it was built had changed from the 
possession of Edward Smithwick to that of Fred'k Jones, who seems 
from the record to have been in Virginia at the time ; he had prob- 
ably just purchased it, and afterwards removed to it. In order to lo- 
-cate the exact tract of land " whereon the Church now stands" in 
1708, we propose to introduce the original grant to Edward Smith- 
wick and the deeds on record in the office of the Register of Deeds 
for Chowan County, and trace the title to the present date. Grant 
to Edward Smithwich (recorded in B6ok I, page 308, Secretary of 
State's Office, Raleigh, N. C.) reads as follows: 

380 acres lying on southeast side of Mattacomack Creek, '* Begin- 
ning at a red oak at the mouth of said creek, then down the bay of 
the said creek various courses to a red oak, an old marked corner 
tree; then east 6J° north 300 poles to a white oak; then north 3^ 
^ast 147 poles to an old marked hickory by the creek side ; then down* 
the creek by various courses to first station. Jany. 1, 1694." 

Smithwick's deed calls for the acre of land (given, the Church 
Wardens upon which to "arect a church") to be upon the road lead- 
ing from Thomas Gilliam's house in the woods, and here follows the 
grant made to Thos. Gilliam Apl. 16, 1697, (recorded in Book I, page 
76, Office of the Secretary of State, Raleigh, N. C.) for 560 acres land : 

*' Beginning at a red oak standing by the River, then N.84^ E. 300 
poles to a Gum, S. 36° E, 170 poles to a white oak, south 45° W. 320 
poles to red oak standing on the Bank of the River, then up the 
River by various courses to first station." 

This tract of land lies back of the Smithwick grant, and was sold 
by Thos. Gilliam to Edward Smithwick in 1702, and by Smithwick 
iK) Jeremiah Vail, and corresponds to what is now called Cherry's 
Point, formerly Collins' Point. The deed from Thomas Gilliam to 
Edward Smithwick cannot be found on the records, but the follow- 
ing deed from Edward Smithwick and wife Sarah to Jeremiah Vail, 
dated July 2, 1709, (recorded in Book B, No. 1, page 367,) conveys 
^* a tract of land containing 560 acres, which was formerly granted 
by the Lords Proprietors to Thomas Gilliam as by ye Patent dated 
Apl. 17, 1697." Then follows the same description as found in Grant 

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to Thomas Gilliam above. The last call speaks of the line dividing 
it from land of Edward Moseley. 

The deed from Edward Smithwick to Frederick Jones is also not 
to be found on the records, but a deed from Thos. Jones and Hard- 
ing Jones of New Hanover Co., N. C, to John Rieussett, dated Julye 
11, 1757, (recorded in Book H, No. 1, page 274,) conveys ** 388 acres 
land more or less (except one-eighth part of an acre of the aforesaid 
land, including in the middle or centre thereof tlie burying place or 
graves of the Ancestors or Family of the said Thomas and Harding 
Jones) situated, lying and being near Edenton, in Chowan County, on 
the opposite side of Queen Ann's formerly called Mattacomack Creek^ 
beginning at a Red Oak at the mouth of the said creek, running thence 
down the bay of said creek by various courses of the said bay to a 
red oak, an old marked corner tree; thence E. 6J° N. 300 poles to a 
white oak; thence N. 3J° E. 147 poles to a marked hickory by the 
said creek side; thence bounded down by the various courses of the 
said creek to the first station; and also 163 acres more or less situ- 
ated, lying and being on the south side of the SE branch of Queen 
Ann's formerly called Mattacomack Creek in Chowan County, and 
adjoining the 388 acres of land above mentioned, Beginning Ht a 
Red Oak on the northeast side of the said branch, the corner tree of 
the land formerly belonging to one Windley and lately to Capt. 
Nicholas Crisp, dec'd, running thence thro' the said branch SW 40 
poles to a white oak ; thence south 147 poles in the line that divides 
this from the land first above mentioned to a white oak ; thence 
S 30° E 170 poles; thence ENE 130 poles to the line of the aforesaid 
Nicholas Crisp, formerly called Windley's line; thence bounded 
'down by the said line NW 276 poles to the first station. Which said 
lands were granted by Patent from the late Lords Proprietors of 
Carolina, to Edward Smithwick, dated in the year 1694, and were 
sold and conveyed by the said Smithwick to Frederick Jones, father 
of the said Thomas and grandfather of the said Harding Jones, and 
by the last Will and Testament of the said Fred'k Jones, bearing 
date 1722, were devised to his son Wm. Harding Jones, and by the 
said William Harding Jones by his will, dated in 1730, were vested 
after the death of his wife Ann now deceased, in the said Thomas 
Jones and Frederick Jones brother of the said Thomas, and to whom 
the said Harding Jones is heir-at-law, containing in the whole 543 
acres of land." 880 acres and 163 acres make 543 acres. The 880 
acres tallies with the Smithwick grant. 

Deed of David Rieusset of Jamaica by John Harvey and John 
Campbell, attys. to Samuel Johnston, dated Oct. 30, 1765, (recorded 
in Book M, No. 1, page 307.) conveys " All that plantation in Chowan 
County near Edenton, N. C. 543 acres whereon John Rieusset, late 
of the Province of N. Carolina, did lately dwell, being all those two 
tracts of land which the said John Rieusset purchased of Thomas 
and Harding Jones, deed being dated June 18, 1757, and the said 
John Rieusset by his last Will and Testament, dated 8th July, 1763^ 

AND Genealogical Register. 261 

beqoeathed and devised to bis brother David Rieusset See Jobn 
Rieosset's will (recorded in Book A, pages 162, 3, 4, and 5, OfiQce 
Clerk of tbe Sup. Court of Chowan County) in which he says, " I do 
bequeath and devise to my said dear brother David Rieusset my plan- 
tation called Hayse with the appurtenances lying and being in 
Chowan County, containing by tbe Patents and Deeds 543 acres." 
Will bears date 18 July, 1763. This is the first time we find the 
tract called " Hayee." Gov. Samuel Johnston Deed of Gift, to his 
son James Cathcart Johnston, deed dated Dec. 9, 1814 (recorded in 
Book G, No. 2, page 101), conveys " All my plantation in Chowan 
County known by tbe name of Hayes with all the lands and appur- 
tenances thereto belonging." 

Will of James C. Johnston dated Apl. 10, 1863 (recorded in Book 

D, pages 57, 58, 59, 60, 61 and 62), conveys as follows: " I give, de- 
vise and bequeath to my friend Mr. Edward Wood, resident of 
Chowan County and State of North Carolina, all my Estate both 
Real and Personal of what nature or kind soever, that I have in 
the connty of Chowan at the time of my death," 

Will of Edward Wood dated June 3, 1872, and recorded in Book 

E, pages 33 to 41 inclusive, Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court 
of c;howan County, contains the following bequest: " My Hayes farm 
with mills attached. I give to wife Caroline M. Wood during her life- 
time, with all the Furniture, Library, Riding Vehicles, &c., stock, 
farming implements, &c., upon tbe irame, and at her death to my son 
John Wood, his heirs and assigns, and desire them to keep and pre- 
serve the farm in good order, and keep it in my family as long as 
possible, in respect to the memory of him who gave it to me." 

From a careful review of the facts produced from the records of 
both Church and State in this article, the conclusion is inevitable, 
that the first church built in North Carolina was located on the 380 
acre grant of Edward Smithwick, dated in 1694, the title to which 
has ^n traced down to the present, when it appears as a part of the 
Hayes Farm now owned by Jno. G. Wood, Esq. The exact spot 
where it stood on this tract of land is not known, and will probably 
never be ascertained A presumption, however, arises from the na- 
ture of the Grant to Smithwick, and from the fact that in 1702 the 
bulk of the population of this part of Chowan Precinct lived on the 
road leading from the Yoppim road to Sandy Point or contiguous to 
it, that tbe church was built upon or near the said road leading to 
Sandy Point. The Smithwick Grant was nearly due east from the 
Bay 300 poles, not quite one mile, which is about the distance from 
the bay to said road. Henderson Walker, Nicholas Crisp, Edward 
Smithwick, John Blount, William Banbury, CoL Wm. Wilkinson 
and Thomas Leuten, seven of the eight members of the Ist Vestry 
who lived on this side of the Albemarle Sound and Chowan River 
lived on the aforesaid road, or contiguous to it. Henderson Walker 
lived in 1702 at Skinner's Point, Nicholas Crisp lived on land ad- 
joining Smithwiok's, Edward Smithwick resided near the church on 

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the same tract on which it was built, John Blount owned Mulberry 
Hill, William Banbury was living at Atholl, later known as Benbury 
Hall, Col. Wm. Wilkinson resided at Sandy Point, and Thomas 
Leuten owned land adjoining Wm. Wilkinson. The other vestry- 
man, Nath'l Chevin, in all probability lived on his one hundred 
acre farm which now constitutes a part of the town of Edenton 
Thomas Pollock resided in what is now Bertie County, as did Wil- 
liam Duckinfield at Salmon Creek, while James Long and Thomas 
Blount were residents of the South Shore, known as Tyrrell and 
Washington Counties at present. 

The land on which the town of Edenton was built was owned by 
three or four persons, and there were no settlements on the north or 
east immediately adjoining its present boundaries, as early as 1702^ 
there were two or three families on the west across Filbyrd's Creek, 
(named for Nicholas Filbyrd). 

" At a meeting of the Vestry holden at the Chapel on Sunday the 
25th July, 1708. Present, Edward Moseley, Esq., William Duckin- 
field, Esq., Capt. Thomas Luton, Mr. Nicholas Crisp, Mr. Edward 
Smithwick, Mr. William Banbury, Mr. William Charlton, John Ar- 
dern, Esq. 

" Whereas, it had been taken into our mature consideration, the 
many and great inconveniences which attend the Chappell which is 
already built, both in respect of its ill situation, smallness and rough 
and unfit workmanship, 

" We therefore to show our true zeal for the Glory of God and 
propagating so good a work, do unanimously agree that a church of 
forty feet long, and twenty-four wide, fourteen feet from tenent to 
tenent for hight, the remaining part of the work to be proportiona- 
ble: the roof to be first plankt, and then shingled with good cypress 
shingles, and the whole to be ceiled with plank, and floored with 
plank, for the speedy accomplishment of which said work it's the 
Earnest Request of the present members of the Vestry that Edward 
Moseley, Esq., and Capt. Thomas Leuten will undertake to see the 
same performed, they living convenient, and to agree with Work- 
men at as easy Rates as may be. It being well and substantially 
performed." (Col. Rec, vol. I, page 684.) 

At a vestry held at. the Chapell on Thursday, 27th, Feby. 1708-9, 
we find only the following items referring to the church : " Ordered, 
that the Collector of Precinct advance the sum of twelve pounds to- 
wards the beautifying of the Chappell over and above the charge 
of the collection. Ordered, that the way and method of beautifying 
. the Church be left to the discretion of the Church Wardens for the 
year ensuing, viz., enlarging, repairing^ &c" (Italics ours.) 

An item in the account of the Church Wardens presented at this 
meeting reads as follows: " By 600 feet of Inch board by Mr. Smith- 
wick towards laying the fioor, 2£. 10s. Od." (Col. Rec, vol. I, page 

From the above excerpts of records, it appears that the plank for 

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the floor in the church had been purchased, and that the proposi- 
tion to build another church, gave place to "beautifying the church 
by enlarging, repairing, Ac," presumptively the first building 
erected. If another church was built prior to 1730 in a different lo- 
cality, after diligent search no deed has been found for the land on 
which it was erected. The records of deeds are silent on this point 
This forces us to the conclusion that the first church may have been 
enlarged and repaired. There was no incorporated town in the Pre- 
cinct, except Bath, until 1712, at which time the Legislature passed 
an Act " to build a Court House and House to hold the Assembly 
in, and for such persons as were minded to do so to build in the forks 
of Queen Ann's Creek, the place taking the name of ** Queen Ann's 
Town," and retaining it until 1722, when an Act was passed to "in- 
corporate the Town of Edenton," in honor of Grov. Charles Eden. 
The first lot sold at "Queen Ann's Town," was conveyed by Nath'l 
Chevin to Charles Foster, Sept. 1, 1715, probably one-half acre, known 
as Lot A, taken out of his one hundred acre farm which be owned 
on Queen Anne's Creek. Later Nath'l Chevin and Thomas Peter- 
son conveyed to Edward Moseley Lots 1 and 2 at Queen Anne's Town. 
There is no evidence among the records thaC there was any church 
in Queen Anne's Town or Edenton, or other place of Public Wor- 
ship, up to Mch. 31, 1729, but there is evidence to show there was 
none about that date. 

Col. Wm. Byrd of the surveying party on the part of Virginia to run 
the " Boundary Line" between Virginia and North Carolina visited 
Edenton March 29, 1729, and in his Manuscripts, vol. I, page 59, 
states: "I believe this is the only Metropolis in the Christian or 
Mohamatan World, where there is neither Church, Chapel, Mosque, 
Synagogue or other Place of Publick Worship of any Sect or Re- 
ligion." Again, in the same volume, page 63: "Our Chaplain re- 
turned to us in the evening fronfi Edenton in company with the 
Carolina Commissioners. He bad preaeht there in the Court House 
for the want of a ^consecrated place, and made no less than 19 of 
Father Hennepin's Christians." 

The following extracts from the records will, however, clearly 
show that the first church was in all probability not enlarged, nor 
was there a new and larger one built on its site or elsewhere prior 
to 1729. Of course I do not refer to the church that was constructed 
in that part of Chowan Precinct now within the lines of Gales 
County, of which we will find a record later on, to- wit, "Sarum 

Rev. John Urmston was the Missionary in charge of the work in 
Chowan and other Precincts. In a letter from him, dated July 7, 1711, 
making a report of his work, we find the following language: " We 
had neither Church nor Chapel in 3 of the Precincts, and those two we 
have in Chowan and Perquimans were never finished — ready to 
drop down ; that in th^ former Precinct hath neither floor nor seats, 
only a few loose benches upon the sand, the key being lost the door 

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has stood open ever since I came into the country. All the Hoggs 
and Cattle flee thither for shelter in the summer and warmth in the 
, Winter ; they first dig holes and bury themselves, then with the rest 
make it a loathsome place," &c. (Col. Rec, vol. I, pages 769-70 ) 

The expression in the above extract, " only a few loose benches 
on the sand," seems to indicate that the church was located on the 
♦shore of the bay, as sand can only be found upon the Smith wick 
tract at or near the water. However, as this may be, it could have 
been hauled from the shore to the church and placed within it to 
make the dirt floor more comfortable. Rev. Mr. Adams had left 
Chowan and goiie to Coratuck in 1709, at which time he was suc- 
ceeded by Rev. John Urmstor. 

Mr. Adams writes to the Secretary, his letter being dated in Lron- 
dor» May 13, 1709, as follows, speaking of the Precincts: " Chowan 
is the westernmost, the largest and thinnest settled. They built a 
Church some years "ago, but it is small, very sorrily put together, 
and is ill looked after; and therefore I prevailed with them to build 
another, which they went about when I came away. The plan of it 
I brought over, and was desired to procure as much glass as will be 
necessary for the windows, which by computation will amount to 
Bl5 feet." (Col. R- c, vol. I, pages 711-12 ) 

At a meeting of the vestry held the 1st June, 1711-12. " Ordered, 
that Mr. John Urmston be allowed for officiating in this precinct, 
the year following commencing from the 25th Dtc. last past, at the 
several times and places hereafter mentioned, seventy pounds to be 
levied and paid as the Act of Assembly for establishing a Church 
and making provision for Ministers doth appoint and direct, dated 
Mch. ye 10, 1710-11, viz., One Sunday on the south shore, then the 
two next on the western shore alternately." (Col. Rec, vol. I, pages 

Letter from Rev. John Urmston to John Chamberlain, dated on 
Board the Bayly, James River, May 30, 1712: " I intend to come for 
England God willing pr. the next fleet. The country owes me 100£ 
already, and the longer I stay the worse it will be." (Idem, page 851,) 

In a letter from Rev. Giles Rainford to John Chamberlain, dated 
Chowan in North Carolina, July 2*, 1712, the following language 
appears: "June the 5th I arrived at the Governor's, where I was 
most kindly received bv him, as afterwards by Col. Pollock and Mr. 
Duckinfield. * * * * Whit Sunday * * * * several of the people 
came that day to Public Service, hut perfect strangers to the Method 
of Worship of our Church. Mr. Urmston and I by a mutual agree- 
ment, with the approbation of the Governor, are to manage after 
this manner. He proposes to supply the North Shore at the lower 
end of Chowan, together with all Paspetanck, provided I take care 
of the West Shore (where there is no church). But since the whole 

♦If this had been a Baptist Church, it is reasonable to presume it would have 
been located ** at or near the water." 

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coQQtry is entitled to my labors, I visited bis sbore (wbicb I am 
sorry to say) bas been a long time neglected. Mr. Urmston is lame 
and says be cannot do now wbat be formerly bas done, but tbis lazy 
distemper bas seized bim by wbat I bear ever since his coming to 
tbe country. * * * * Tbere's a small Cbapel near an old Indian 
Town wbere I preacbed at June 5tb, bad vast crowds come to bear 
me, but I observed they exprest very little or rather no devotion in 
time of Divine Service. June 22d I preacbed at one Mr. Garratt's, 
the upper end of Chowan, but had such numbers that I was obliged 
to go under a large Mulberry Tree. * * * i had several confer- 
ences with one Thomas Hoyle, King of tbe Chowan IiMlians, who 
seem very inclinable to embrace Christianity and proposes to send 
his son to School to Sarum to have bim taught to read and write by 
way of foundation in order to a further proficiency for the recep- 
tion of Christianity. I readily offered my service to instruct him 
myself, and having tbe opportunity of sendiug him to Mr. Garrett's, 
where I lodge, being but three miles distance from this Town. I 
found be had some notions of Noah's flood, which he came to the 
knowledge of and exprest himself after this manner: My father told 
me I tell my son. There's one Mr. Mashburn who keeps a school at 
* Sarum on the fronteers of Virginia between the two Governments 
and neighboring upon 2 Indian Towns." (Col. Rec, Vol. I, 858-9.) 

Letter of John Urmstom to the Secretary, dated Nov. 6, 1712, 
says: " Mr. Rainsford has proved another Alexander. His coming in 
has been a great detriment to me, and no service to the Country. I 
wish be may stay in it as long as I've done, but very much doubt it; 
never any one could do it, and had I been able should have long 
ago taken me to another place." (Col. Rec, Vol. I, page 888.) 

Now, in all these letters there has not been one word written with 
reference to tbe Church or Chapel, nor have we found in the records 
of the Vestry Meeting for past two years any allusion to building or 
repairing. Rev. John Urmstom speaks of the Chapel being "ready 
to drop down, and a resting' place for Hoggs and Cattle; they flee 
thither for shelter in the Summer and Warmth in Winter." Mr. 
Rainsford's letter to the Secretary, dated Chowan, N. Carolina, 17 
Feby., 1712-13: "Mr. Urmatom has bought a plantation on the con- 
fines of Virginia." (Idem, Vol. II, page 17.) 

Rev. John Urmstom to General Nicbelson, North Carolina, July 
1st, 1713-4: "This is now the time of payment, whilst people have it. 

* Sarum was in all probability located at or near the ''Ballard place," about 8 
miles Northwest of Gatesville at the head of "Sarum Creek." It was three 
miles from Thos. Garrett's on Catharine Creek to Thos. Hoyle's Indian Town, 
located on their grant for 11,000 acres of land lying between Catharine Creek 
and Bennett's Creek, making it about 5 or 6 miles distant from the present Town 
of Gatesville, N. C. The other Indian Town referred to as being convenient to 
the School at Sarum was most probably that of the Meherrin Indians at or near 
the mouth of the Meherrin River. Sarum being located at the head of Sarum 
Creek was about equidistant between the two towns. On a recent visit to Gates- 
ville, in conversation with an old gentleman 83 years old. he stated, that when 
a boy there were evidences at or near the Ballard place of a very old settlement. ^ 

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Vestries have been summoDed, but to avoid payment would uot 
meet, and thus they have served me ever since I came among them^ 
so that I fear I mpst retire into the next Government for relief." 

At a Vestry met at the Church on the North shore of the Sound 
in Chowan Precinct Mch. ye 2d, 1713-14. Answer to a letter from 
the Honoble Society by the Honoble Coll. Nicholson were ordered: 
" None of them ever abode so long here as Rev. Mr. Urmstone hath, 
done. Yet have not been so happy in him neither as we would have 
desired, by reason that for the most part there hath been no other Min- 
ister in these parts. Since his arrival * * * he hath made the other 
precincts sharers with us in his ministry. As for the two years last 
past he hath been prevailed with, and indeed necessitated, not being 
able to travel any longer about the country to confine himself to this 
precinct, * * * pray the Honoble Society to continue or rather add 
to the Salary of Mr. Urmston to the End he may be enabled to stay 
with us; that they will out of their great Charity concur with our 
honest but weak Endeavors to establish a Church, Ministry and a 
School." (Idem, Vol. II, pages 119 and 120 ) 

John Urmstone's letter to the Secretary. Extract: " North Caro- 
lina, Nov. 13, 1716. There was a Vestry appointed for Chowan 
where I have resided for six years and a half, several essays have 
been made towards a meeting, but there were a majority, at least 
we had eight, whereof two refused to qualify themselves as the Act 
which I sent the Society directs, and nowe they pretend without a 
new Act there is no Vestry, all to avoid paying me, hoping by that 
means to drive me out of the Country." (Idem, vol. I, page 248.) 

♦John Urmston to the Secretary. North Carolina, May 1, 1717. 
,*My Parochial account is very short * * * I went this winter 7 
times to the church in the neighborhood {i. e, that is 4 miles dis- 
tance), and met not a congregation ; so indifferent are our Gentry 
in their Religion they had rather never come to church than be 
obliged to pay me anything; they can not endure the thought of 
it." (Col. Rec, vol. II, page 279). 

• John Urmstone to the Secretary. Extract: North Carolina, June 
22, 1717. " It was agreed that we should hold a Vestry every first 
Sunday in the month, but we have never since the first nor I believe 
ever shall ; the first Sunday in the month we had one Church War- 
den and three Vestrymen." (Idem, page 288.) 

In his letter dated Oct 23, 1717, he speaks of Rev. Mr. Taylor ar- 
riving here about a month ago (page 294), after which time Mr. 
Urmston commenced his labors in the lower precincts. 

We have given the statements of Rev. John Urmston, fully aware 
that his reputation in the Colony to say the least was very unsavory; 

* Rev. John Urmston owned 400 acres of land on tlie Albemarle Sound, either 
covering a part of Atholl water front, or on the tract immediately west of it. 
He gave Edward Moseley a power of attorney in 1720, shortly after he left the 
Precinct, to dispose of it. This paper is indexed, but on referring to the book 
and page, we fail to find it recordea. 


his statements when corroborated by other evidence are worthy of 
credence and others relating to minor details, where there could be 
no motive or interest to prevaricate, must likewise be received. We 
nevertheless leave the reader to attach that weight to his evidence 
the facts and circumstances may justify. The trend of all the record 
evidence is to the Edward Smitbwick grant of 380 acres, as being 
the place upon which was erected the first church in N. Carolina. 
We can not see how a doubt of this fact can linger in the mind of 
any person, after a careful and thoughtful investigation of the evi- 
dence collected in this sketch. A second church (while the records 
are not in accord with the thought), may have been commenced^ 
but we can find nothing to indicate that it was ever completed or 

St. Paul's Church in Edenton, N. C, was commenced after 1729^ 
but it is not now our purpose to give its history. We may do so at 
a later date. 


I, A B", Doe sweare that I doe from my heart, abhor, detest, and 
abjure as impious, etc. * ♦ * this Damnable Doctrine and position 
that princes excommunicated or deprived by ye pope or any author- 
ity of ye Sea of Rome may be deposed or * * * by their sub- 
jects or any other whatsoever. And I do declare that no foreign 
prince, person, * * * state or potentate hath or ought to have any 
jurisdiction, power, superiority, * * * or authority, ecclesiastical or 
spiritual, within this realm, or any other her ma'tyes Dominion or 
Territory thereunto belonging. So help me God. 
(Signed by) 

Joell Martin. ^j SJf ^, ,, Wm. Swann, Sr. 

h,g Wm. W Charlton. jr .. ,, chev n 

Thomas TWWorsely. j.^nTorter. Stnis Slendin. 

Richard Jasper. Richard Sanderson. John Byrd. 

John Porter. William Reed. Cotton CR Robinson. 

1 nomas Eadsmuson. mark. 

Wm. Bray. 
There is no date to this paper, found among the Court records of 
Chowan County at Edenton, N. C, but it was evidently executed 
prior to 1716, as John Byrd, one of the signers, was dead at that 
time. This oath was required of all oflBcers upon their qualifi- 
cation to oflBce. It remained a law until the Convention of 1835, 
when, through the eflforts and influence of Hon. William Gaston, it 
was abrogated. There are three words in the oath that cannot be 

268 North Carolina Historical 


Copied from a family circle, made by Mai. Roger Pleasants Atkinson, of 
Greensboro. N. C, and added to by his niece, Miss Mary Sumner Elingsbury. of 
Wilmington, N. C. (to whom we are indebted for its possession and use). 

William Littlejohn emigrated from luverness, Scotland, before 
1760, and settled in Edenton, Chowan Co., N. C, where he was a 
shipping merchant for forty years. He married November 21, 1771, 
Sarah Blounl, daughter of Joseph Blount and Sarah Duraut (d. of 

*Geo. Durant and Hagar Crisp, d. of Capt. Nicholas Crisp and 

Wilkins). He died March 4, 1817, from injuries received by his 
horse running away and throwing him from his chaise; aged 77 
years. His wife, Sarah Blount, was born Feby. 14, 1747, and died 
Oct. 10, 1807. They were members of St. Paul's Episcopal Church 
at Edenton, and are both buried in the family graveyard of the 
Blounts and Littlejohns on Gh<eglair»'s Hill, near the depot of the 

♦NoTK BY THE EDITOR.— George Durant. born Oct. 1, 1633, married, Jany. 4, 
1658-9. Ann Marwood of Northumberland Co., Va , died in 1694 ; had issue, among 
others, John Durant, born Dec. 26, 1662, married April 9, 1684, Sarah Jooke, 
daughter of Thomas and Ann Jooke. 

John Durant died Jany. 5th, 1699. Mrs. Sarah Durant married, second, Wil- 
liam Stephens, who died in 1702. leaving Thos. Gilliam as his executor. Mrs. 
Stephens died in 1717. No issue by her last marriage so far ^is ascertained. Is- 
sue of John Durant and Sarah , Jooke, among others, George Durant, born April, 
1685, died 1730 ; married about 1718, Hagar Crisp, born 1698. died 1724, daughter 

of Nicholas Crisp and Wilkins. Issue, <1) Ann Durant. born July 18, 1714, 

married, first. Joseph Buncombe (uncle of Col. Edward Buncombe), who died 
leaving one daughter — Mary Buncombe married Sutton. Mrs. Ann Bun- 
combe nee Durant, married, second, Thomas Corprew Issue, (a) George Du- 
rant Corprew, (6) Thomas Corprew. She died in 1747, and Thomas Corprew 
married, second, Sarah Vail. (2) Mary Durant, born 1718, died 1746, married 
Christian Reed, her twin sister. (3) Sarah Durant married Joseph Blount I, 
born 1716 (son of John Blount and Elizabeth Davis, daughter of John and Mary 
Davis and granddaughter of John Burton, of Henrico Co., Va). John Blount, 
born 1669. was the son of Jas. Blount and wife, Ann ; Jas. Blount died in 1685-6. 
(4) Elizabeth Durant, born March 12, 1720, married Joseph Reed, brother of 
Christian, both sons of Gov. Wra. Reed. (5) Geo. Durant, Wn Aug. 23d, 1728, 
was living in 1730, at the time of his father's death. As no record of him ap- 
pears in the division of his father's estate, it is presumed he died in his minority. 
Sarah Durant, who married Joseph Blount I, died in 1751, leaving only one 
child, Sarah Blount, who married William Littlejohn. Joseph Blount I mar- 
ried, second, Mrs. Elizabeth Scarborough, widow of McRora ^k5arborough. At 
the time of her marriage to Scarborough she was the widow of Wm. Reed, with 
one son, William Reed. (William Reed was the brother of Christian and Joseph 
mentioned in this note). McRora Scarborough's will executed January 21. 1751, 

Srobated February 18, 1752, mentions the following persons : Wife Elizabeth, 
[r. William Reed, her former husband, son Benjamin, land given me by Mrs. 
Juliana Laker (his great-grandmother) . son MacRora, son William, daughter 
Elizabeth, cousin Mary Atkinson ; wife, sons Benjamin and McRora and Wil- 
liam Exrs. Loving brother, John Scarborough, my brother-in-law Edward 
Hatch, and Wm. Burgess, Sr. Test, Walter Kippen, Joshua Hobart, Cornelius 
Mullen, Rachel Avery, Martha Ann Kippen. 

From the above we infer his wife was the sister of Edward Hatch, son of 
Anthony Hatch, who married a Durant. 

AND Gbnealoqical Reqistsr. 269 

Norfolk Southern Railroad in Edenton. Mr. Littlejohn built, and 
occupied to the day of bis deatb, the bouse near the graveyard^ 
now owned and occupied by T. B. Bland, Esq. They had fourteen 

1. Sarah, born April 25th, 1772, died Dec. 23, 1792, aged 20 years. 

2. Thomas Blount, born Dec. 9, 1773, married Elizabeth Mutter 
Dec. 6 1798. 

3. Jane, b. Feby. 28, 1775, and drowned while sailing in a yacht on 
the Albemarle Sound, June 1st, 1791-7. 

4. Joseph Blount, born Oct. 4. 1776, died Jan. 2d, 1852. 

5. Ann Blount, b. June 27, 1779, married John Little, a merchant^ 
at Edenton, Dec. 15, 1804, died Jan. 13, 1816. 

6. William Alexander, born May 20, 1781, died May 22d,181h 

7. John, born Oct. 2d, 1872, died Aug. 5. 1783. 

8. John Lemuel, b. Nov. 27, 1784. d. Dec. 9, 1784. 

9. John Wilson, b. Mar. 12, 1786, md. Elizabeth Blount, dau. of 
Jacob Blount. 

10. Helen Frances, b. Mar. 24, 1787, d. Aug. 17, 1791. 

11. Mary Penelope Barker, b. June 6, 1788, d. Sept. 23d, 1790. 

12. Elizabeth Margaret, b. Oct. 17, 1789. 

13. Frances Lenox, b. July 23d, 1791, d. Sept. 12, 1797. 

14. Lemuel Edmund, b. Apl. 8, 1797, died Oct., 1797. 

Thomas Blount Littlejohn, eldest son of William Littlejohn and 
Sarah Blount, born at Edenton, N. C, Dec. 9, 1773, but went to 
Granville Co., N. C, when a youug man, where he married Eliza- 
beth Mutter (dau. of Thomas Mutter, a Scotchman, and Elizabeth 
Moore) on Thursday evening, Dec. 6, 1798, Rev. Henry Pattillo per- 
forming the ceremony. Thomas Mutter and his wife Elizabeth 
Moore had four children. (1) Thomas Mutter, father of Dr. Thomas 
Mutter, of Philadelphia, (2) John Mutter, father of Mrs. Fannie 
Macon, of Richmond, Va., (3) Margaret Mutter, wife of John Bon- 
ner Blount and (4) Elizabeth Mutter, wife of Thomas B. Littlejohn. 

Thomas Mutter died , and his wife, Elizabeth Moore, married, 

2nd, Greorge Alston, also a Scotchman, and she was known among 
her descendants as *' Grandma Alston." She died at an advanced 
age about 1840 at her home in Granville Co., where she is buried. 
Her granddaughter, Margaret Littlejohn, inherited a handsome 
Miniature of her (which is now owned by a daughter of Maj. Roger P. 
Atkinson, of Greensboro, N. C), and a valuable breastpin worn by her 
(which is now in the possession of Mrs. Theodore B. Kingsbury). 

Thomas Blount Littlfjohn was in business with his father at 
Ekienton before he moved to Granville Co. He afterwards lived at 
Oxford, N. C, where he merchandised and farmed for many years^ 
and in his old age was " Clerk and Master in Equity." 

The land whereon Oxford, Granville Co , now stands, was form- 
erly the property of Mr. Mitchell and others, and was pur- 
chased of them by Pannele some years before the Court House was 
located there. In 1806 Thomas B. Littlejohn, Esq., purchased of 

270 North Carolina Historical 

Pannele, for the sum of $1,600, the tract of land, but refused to al- 
low a town to be laid out on it or to sell any of the property. Much 
dissatisfaction grew up in the county at this monopoly ; people had 
DO shelter or other accommodation while attending court, and peti- 
tions were circulated in the county to remove the Court House from 
Oxford. To prevent this, Mr. Littlejohn consented to sell 60 acres 
for a town. Accordingly, in 1811, an Act was passed by the General 
Assembly of North Carolina appointing Col. Robert Burton, Benj. 
Hiijiard,Col. Charles Eaton, Dr. John Hare, and Robert Jeter Com- 
missioners to purchase 60 acres of land from Mr. Littlejohn and sell 
it off in lots. This was accordingly done, but no corporate govern- 
ment was established until 1816. In that year an Act to incorporate 
the town of Oxford, in Granville Co., was passed, and William M. 
Snead, Nathaniel M. Taylor, Dr. William V. Taylor, Leslie Gilliam, 
and Thomas Blount Littlejohn were appointed Commissioners. They 
were our first "City Fathers," and were empowered to fill any va- 
cancy that might, from any cause, occur in their body. The corpora- 
tion seems to have become dormant, for in 1826 an Act was passed 
relieving the Corporation, and naming Thos. Blount Littlejohn, 
Thomas Booth, Dr. William V. Taylor, David Mitchell, and Rhodes 
N. Herndon Commissioners, and providing for the election of Com- 
missioners on the first Monday in May of each year. Again the 
Corporation died out, but was revived in 1830, and has existed un- 
interruptedly ever since. In 1832 and 1844 Acts were passed amend- 
ing the " Acts of incorporation." 

Thomas Blount Littlejohn remained in Oxford until he was 
nearly eighty years old, when he went to live with his youngest 
daughter, Mrs. Geo. Field, at her home "Glen wood," in Warren Co., 
N. C, where he died Jan 29, 1864, in his 81st year, and was buried at 
Oxford, N. C, in the family graveyard by the side of his wife, Eliza- 
beth Mutter, who died Feby. 19, 1842, in her 44th year. 

For forty years he was an earnest and devoted member of the 
Presbyterian Church. Whilst those who knew him in life's summer 
prime could tell many things illustrative of his humanity and firm- 
ness, and punctiliousness, and Christian integrity, and inflexible hon- 
esty, yet the present writer would simply say that a better man he 
never knew, one whose strict observance of the nicest proprieties of 
society was more invariably scrupulous and characteristic of the 
gentleman, or in whose daily life were more clearly exemplified the 
shining attributes and rich virtues which cluster so thickly around 
the character of the Christian. As might have been anticipated 
from so pure a life, his end was glorious and peaceful — serene and 
resigned and quiet as the setting of an unclouded sun. Mr. Little- 
john appeared to them who only knew him in the last days of his 
life, when the machinery had been well worn by the service of eighty 
years, as a man of strong and marked character, a character so vig- 
orously drawn and developed that no portrayal could possibly pre- 
sent him correctly or accurately unless the lineaments were drawn 

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by the cordial and genial hand of an ADcient friend who knew him 
when his form was erect, athletic, and his eye beamed with the un- 
dimmed lustre of a healthful and active manhood. He who now 
writes only speaks of him as he appeared in his declining years. 
Some two years and a half before his death he left Oxford, his place 
of residence for sixty years, to spend the evening of his life in War- 
ren Co., where the fondness of a daughter could minister to his com- 
fort. So gentle and serene was his death, it seemed like the sinking 
of a summer breeze on the sweet music of a falling quiet stream. 
Thomas Blount Littlejohn and Elizabeth Mutter had 12 children. 

(1) Sallie B., b. Sept. 16, 1799, md.Shepard Kollock, and died July 
26, 1828. 

(2) Thomas Mutter, b. July 24, 1801, and died in 1867, in Louis- 
iana, unmarried. 

(3) William, b. Feb. 8, 1803, md. Mrs. Jane P. Patrick, and died 
Jan. 10, 1850 

(4) Elizabeth, h. Apl. 7, 1805, md. Dr. Isaac N. Jones, Mar., 1828 
died Jany 27, 1867. 

(5) Margaret 'Mutter, b. Apl. 17, 1707, md. Rogers Poythress At- 
kinson (son of Roger Atkinson and Agnes Poythress and grandson 
of Roger Atkinson and Ann Pleasants of Virginia), June 29, 1826, 
at her father's residence in Oxford, N. C, and died July 15, 1874. 

(6) Anne Wilson, b. Feby. 26, 1809, md. Benson F. Jones, June, 
1727, and had one child who died in infancy ; she died at Oxford, and 
is buried in the family graveyard, by the side of her parents. Her 
husband married 2d Maria Goodwyn. 

(7) Alexander Wilson, b. Feby. 15, 1811, md. Sarah Ann Walker, 
died Apl. 8, 1864. 

(8) John, b. Oct. 12, 1812, died Aug , 1813. 

(9) Joseph, b. July 1, 1814, md. 1st Olivia E. Bland, 2d Mary 
A. Branson. 

(10) James Thompson, b. June 24, 1816, md. 1st Phoebe Dozier, 
2d Mrs. Sophie Micbean (his first wife's sister), and died June 4, 
1887, his second wife died Oct. 20, 1891, aged 75 years. 

(11) Lucinda Jane, b. Apl. 12, 1819, md. Alex. T. Jones, and died 
May 28, 1896 

(12) Frances Blount, b. Jan. 24, 1822, md. Dr. Geo. Feild, and is 
living in 1900. 

Sallie B. Littlejohn (daughter of Tbos. Blount Littlejohn and 
Elizabeth Mutter), md. Shepard Kollock (a Presbyterian minister), 
she died at Norfolk, Va., July 26, 1828, and is buried there. They 
bad six children : 

(1) Thomas Littlejohn, died young; (2) Susan Anna, born Augt. 
30, 1820, died Sept 7, 1828; (3) Shepard, died at 21 vears of age; (4) 
Lydia, died in infancy; (5) Elizabeth Littlejohn, died in infancy; (6) 
Sarah Jane, born about 1826, and was for many years one of the 
Principals of Misses. Nosh and KoUock's school for young ladies at 
Hillsboro, N. C. She is living at Hillsboro. 

272 North Carolina Historical 

William Littlejobn (son of Thomas Blount LittlejobD and Eliza- 
beth Mutter), md. Mrs. Jane J. Patrick (nee McAlpin), and died at 
Greenwood, Ceddo Parish, La, Jan. 10, 1850, and bis wife died at 
Argenta, Feby. 23, lif82; they had four children : (1) Elizabeth J , 
md. J. K. Roberts, no issue, she died Sept. 6, 1860; (2) Robert Mc- 
Alpin, md. Helen England; (3) Sallie Littlejobn, died Oct., 5, 1859; 
(4) Thomas B. M., died Aprl. 20, 1850. 

Children of Robert McAlpin Littlejobn (son of William and Mrs. 
Jane J. Patrick) and Helen England : (1) Sophie J.; (2) Fannie C; 

(3) Helen; (4) Mary. 

Elizabeth Littlejobn (dau. of Thomas Blount Littlejobn and Eliza- 
beth Mutter), md. Dr. Isaac N. Jones of Arkansas, Mcb., 1828, and 
died at Washington, Ark., Jany. 27, 1867. Thev had 8 children : 

(1) Thomas Littlejobn, md. Ella Simmons; (2) Elizabeth Little- 
jobn, md. Wm. T. Andrews; (3) Mollie Cook, md. Thos. C. Caswell; 

(4) Daniel Webster, md. Margaret Hadley; (5) Robert William, md. 
Laura Finley ; (6) Ann Robinson, md. Dr. Alex. P. Moore; (7) Isaac 
Newton died unmarried; (8) Sallie Newton, md. Joseph L. Stuart. 

Children of Thomas Littlejobn Jones and Ella Simbaons: (1) Isaac^ 
died young; (2) Bettie; (3) Thomas Littlejobn; (4) Sallie; (5) Robert, 
(6) Ella; (7) Mollie; (8) William. 

Children of Wm. T. Andrews and Elizabeth Liittlejohn Jones: 

(1) Mary M., md. Charles E. Royster and had 4 children : (a) 
Stella ; (b) Mattie; (c) Laura; (d) Bessie. 

(2) Elizabeth Littlejobn Jones, md. W. P. Hart of Hampstead 
Co., Ark., and had three children: (a) Wright; (6) Frankie; (c) 

Children of Mollie Cook Jones (dau. of Isaac N. Jones and Eliza- 
beth W. Littlejobn) md. Thos. C. Caswell: (a) Thomas, died young; 
(b) Gertrude, md. Clarke A.Stuart; (c) Earl, died young; (d) Robert; 
(e) Laura; (/) Robert Lee; ig) Marion. 

Gertrude Caswell and Clarke A. Stewart have one child, Mabel. 

Children of Daniel Webster Jones (Gov. of Arkansas and son of 
L N. Jones and Elizabeth Littlejobn) and Margaret M. Hadley: 

(1) Claudius; (2) Elizabeth Wilson; (3) Robbie Newton ; (4) Belle 
Hadley, died Nov. 23, 1870 ; (5) Josephine Hart, d. July 10, 1874 ; (6) 
Daniel Webster; (7) Thomas Hadley; (8) Thomas Daniel. Mrs. 
Jones died in 1875. 

Children of Robert William Jones (son of Isaac N. Jones and 
Elizabeth W. Littlejobn) and Laura Findley: (1) James; (2)|Junita; 
(3) Noel ; (4) Laura, died. 

Cbildren of Alex. P. Moore and Ann Robinson Jones (da. of I. N. 
Jones and Elizabeth Littlejobn) : 

(1) Isaac Newton; (2) Mollie; (3) Humos Littlejobn. 

Children of Joseph L. Stuart and Sallie Newton Jones (dau. of 
I. N. Jones and Elizabeth Littlejobn) : 

(1) Adali, md. T. Edward Wilson and had two children : (a) Pink ; 
(6) Robert ; (2) Nannie; (3) Mildred ; (4) Mollie; (5) Bettie; (6) Jim- 
mie, died young; (7) Emma, died young. 


Margaret Mutter Littlejobn (dau. of Thomas Blount Littlejobn 
and Elizabeth Mutter) was born at Oxford, Apl. 7, 1807, and md. 
Roger foytbress Atkinson of Chesterfield Co., Va., June 29, 1826^, at 
Oxford, N. C. ; they removed from Virginia to Tennessee and shortly 
afterwards to Vicksburg, Miss., where he soon established such a rep- 
utation for honor and chivalry that his fellow- citizens elected him 
Brigadier General (for then the officials of high grade were chosen 
by the people), and a vacancy occurring in the division to which his 
Brigade was attached, he was raised to the rank of Major General of 
the Mississippi Militia. He died at his residence in Warren Co., 
Miss., Sept. 3, 1839, in his 36th year. His wife returned to Oxford, 
where she died July 15, 1874. They had children as follows; 

(1) Thos. B. Littlejobn Atkinson, b. 1827, died at Oxford 1827. 

(2) Roger Pleasants Atkinson, b. July 14, 1828, md. Eliza T. Coles 
of Va. 

(3) Thos. Blount Littlejobn Atkinson, b. May 10, 1830, in Hay- 
wood Co., Tenn., and died at Vicksburg. 

(4) Sallie Jones Atkinson, b. May 5, 1832, in Haywood Co., Tenn., 
md. Theodore Bryant Kingsbury. 

(5) Elizabeth Mutter Atkinson, b. Feb. 24, 1834, in Warren Co., 
Miss., died at Vicksburg. 

(6) Thomas Mutter Atkinson, b. March 29, 1837, at Vicksburg, 
Miss., died at Oxford, N. C, April 27, 1854. 

(7) Margaret Mutter Atkinson, b. Aug. 13, 1839, in Warren Co., 
Miss., and died at Oxford, N. C, Sept. 17, 1849. 

(8) Child (not named). 

Koger Pleasants Atkinson (son of Roger Poythress Atkinson and 
Margaret Mutter Littlejobn) was born at Oxford, N. C, July, 1828. 
His father died when he was only eleven years old, and he then 
lived with his grandfather Thomas Blount Littlejobn at Oxford, 
and with his uncle Dr. Thomas P. Atkinson at Danville, Va. At 
about 18 he began his career as a civil engineer. He was a well 
equipped officer in that department, and aided in constructing many 
important railroads in Virginia, Kentucky, Georgia and North Car- 
olina. He entered the war as a member of the Wilmington Light 
Infantry, " and was Quartermaster of the 3d Regiment, commanded 
by Col. Gaston Meares, with the rank of Major. He was a man of 
the highest sense of honor and propriety, and was true to every re- 
lation of life." He married Miss Eliza T. Coles of Pittsylvania Co.> 
Va., and had one child, Kate Patton, md. N. J. McDufBe, and has 
children : (a) Roger Atkinson, (b) Annie. He died at Greensboro,. 
N. C, Aug. 26, 1889, and was buried in the cemetery at that place,, 
aged 61 years. He was for many years a member of the Episcopal 

Sallie Jones Atkinson (dau. of Roger P. Atkinson and Margaret 
Mutter Littlejobn) was bom in Haywood Co., Tenn., May 5, 1832, 
and married Theodore Bryant Kingsbury at Oxford, N. C., May 1, 
1851. He was born Aug. 29, 1828. Tbey had nine children. 

274 North Carolina Historical 

(1) Cora, md. Joseph W. Shackford of King and Queen Co., Va./ 
at Oxford, N. C, Nov. 26, 1875. She was born in Warren Co., N. C, and 
died July 3, 1889; (2) Mary Sumner, born at Oxford, N. C; (3) Roger 
Atkinson, b. at Oxford, N. C, md. Genevieve Garland Bernard at 
Wilmington, N. C, Oct. 17th, 1889; (4) Margaret Littlejohn, bom at 
Oxford, N. C; (5) Edward Thome, died November, 1864; (6) Wal- 
ter Russell, born at Oxford and md. at Wilmington, N. C, Daisy 
Harrell, Feb. 4, 1890; (7) Theodore Bryant, died Nov. 4th, 1864; (8) 
Alice Thome, born at Warrenton, N. C, md. at Wilmington, N. C.» 
Washington Dorsey Lynch, April 17th, 1895; (9) Maude Madeleine, 
born at Oxford, N. C. 

Children of Cora Kingsbury and Joseph W. Shackford : 

(1) Sallie Atkinson, born in Warrenton, N. C, md. Lemuel Black- 
well Walker of Westmoreland Co., Va., and has 3 children : (a) Cora 
Kingsbury, (6) Rawleigh William, (c) Julia. 

(2) John Walter, born in Virginia; (3) Mary Kingsbury, born in 
Virginia; (4) Theodore Bumham, born in N. C.; (5) Isobel Temple, 
born in Va.; (6) Joseph Council, born in Va., died in 1888; (7) 
Martha, born in Va., died July 29th, 1885. 

Children of Roger Atkinson Kingsbury and Genevieve Garland 
Bernard: (1) Theodore Bryant Kingsbury, (2) Roger Atkinson 
Kingsbury, (3) Sue Northrop Kingsbury, (4) Margaret Stedma:h 

Children of Walter Russell Kingsbury and Daisy Harrell: (1) 
Lucille, (2) Robert Bellamy, (3) Sallie Atkinson. 

Children of Alice Thome Kingsbury and Washington Dorsey 
Lynch: (1) Dorsey Warfield, (2) Alice Kingsbury. 

Alexander Wilson Littlejohn (son of Thomas Blount Littlejohn 
and Elizabeth Mutter), born at Oxford, Feby. 13, 1811; md. Sarah 
Ann Walker and lived in Arkansas. He died in Dallas Co. April 
8, 1864. They had eight children: (1) Anne Wilson, md. Alex. B. 
Wiofield, of Okalma Clark Co., Ark.; (2) Joseph Blount, md. Euge- 
nia E. Drake; (3) Elizabeth Mutter, md. Robert W. Hunter; (4^ Sal- 
lie Priscilla, md. William H. Foster; (5) Alexander Wilson, ma. Lil- 
lie Harris; (6) William B., died unmarried at Yazoo City, Miss., of 
yellow fever in 1878; (7) Martha Frances, died at 4 yrs. of age; (8) 
Lucinda Elliott, died at 8 yrs. of age. 

Children of Annie Wilson Littlejohn and Alex. B. Winfield: 
Sallie Elizabeth, md. James B. Ross; (2) Augusta Roberts, died; 
Alexander Littlejohn; (4) Thomas Cole, died young; (5) John 
ver ; (6) Robert Marion ; (7) William S ; (8) Mary Maud ; (9) Edward 

Children of Joseph Blount Littlejohn and Eugenia Elenora Drake: 
(1) Alfred Alexander, died ; (2) Sallie May ; (3) Booker Shepard ; (4) 
Cornelia Adeline; (8) Lucinda Catherine ; (6) JosieEliza; (7) Mollie 

Children of Elizabeth Mutter Littlejohn and Robert W. Hunter, of 
Round Hill, Dallas Co., Ark.: (1) Palmira A., (2) Joseph Taylor, (3) 



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Billie Celeste, (4) Robert Wiley, (5) Alexander Littlejohn, (6) Wil- 
liam Thomas, (7) Sallie Caldwell, (8) Alsey High, (9) Sue Dell. 

Children of Sallie Priscilla Littlejohn and William H. Foster, of 
Stanton Depot, Hay ward Co., Tenn.: (1) Sallie Littlejohn, (2) Sue 
Bettie J., died, (3) Franklin Saunders, (4) Joseph Alexander. 

Children of Alexander Wilson Littlejohn and Lillie Harris: (1) 
* Thomas Whitmell, (2) Mary Enella, (3) Joseph Monroe, (4) Eliza- 
beth Glencay, (5) Anne Wilson, (6) Alexander Wilson. 

Children of Sallie Elizabeth Winfield (dau. of Alex. B. Winfield 
and Anne Wilson Littlejohn) and James B. Ross: (1) Winfield, died : 
{2) Anne Eliza, (3) Zella. 

Joseph Blount Littlejohn (son of Thomas Blount Littlejohn and 
Elizabeth Mutter) was born in Oxford, N. C, July 1st, 1814, and mar- 
ried, 1st, Olivia Bland and lived in New Orleans, La. They had 3 
children: (1) James B., died; (2) Elizabeth Mutter, died; (3) John 
J., died. 

He married, 2d, Mary A. Manson of Richmond, Va., and had six 
children: (1) George Otis, md. Mrs. Eliza Ford, (2) Elizabeth Mut- 
ter, (3) Charles Manson, (4) Thomas Blount, (5) Robert, (6) Joseph. 
'* He died in New Orleans on June 24th, 1887, in his 73d year. He 
was a native of Oxford, N. C, but had been a resident of New Or- 
leans for nearly half a century. He was all that time identified 
with its business interests. He was a gentleman in the highest sense, 
a member of the Episcopal Church, of remarkable personal beauty, 
and as gentle and lovable as any woman." 

Children of George Otis Littlejohn and Mrs. Eliza Ford. 

(1) Lucille and Imogene, twins. 

James Thompson Littlejohn (son of Thomas Blount Littlejohn 
and Elizabeth Mutter) was born in Oxford, N. C, June 24, 1816, and 
md., 1st, Phoebe Dozier, of Camden Co., N. C, and had three chil- 

(1) Lydia Lamb, tnarried Charles M. Busbee, of Raleigh, N. C, 
died Apl, 18, 1887. 

(2) Elizabeth Mutter, married Frederick Nash, of Hillsboro, N. C, 
and lives at Charlotte. 

(3) Sophie Dozier md. J. Frank Brown. 

He married, second, Mrs. Sophie Micheau at Oxford, N. C, in 
1856. They had no children but an adopted daughter, Maria Louise 
Kerr, who married J. A. Taylor. He died June 4, 1887, in his 71st 
year; 17 days more and he would have been 72. He was, in his 
early manhood, the handsomest man we ever saw but one. He read 
law under Judge Badger, with whom he was a favorite, and was 
Private Secretary to two Governors— Gov. Dudley being one. He 
had a decided legal mind and fine ability, and would have risen 
to distinction in bis profession if he had applied himself to it. When 

♦Note.— LiiUie Harris, from the name of her eldest son, must have been a de- 
scendant of Thomas Whitmell and wife Elizabeth Hunter Bryan, of Bertie Co., 
N. C. Would like to have her record on this line. 

276 North Carolina Historical 

a youDg man he represented Granville Go. in the Legislature. He 
was a very refined gentleman ; was Major in the " Home Guards " 
and served in the War. He was an enthusiastic Masou and a mem- 
ber of the Episcopal Church. 

Lydia Lamb Littlejohn (dau. of James T. Littlejohn and Phoebe 
Dozier) was born at Oxford, N. C, May 7, 1846, md. Charles M. Bus- 
bee, July 30, 1868, and died April 21st, 1887. They had 7 children. 

(1) James Littlejohn Busbee, (2) Perrin Busbee, (3) Sarah Kollock 
Busbee died in 1873, (4) Louise Taylor Busbee, (5) Sophie Dozier 
Busbee, (6) Isobel Donaldson Busbee, (7) Christine Busbee. 

Children of Elizabeth Mutter Littlejohn and Frederick Nash, mar- 
ried at Oxford, Nov. 10, 1873, formerly of Hillsboro, N. C, but now 
of Charlotte, N. C. 

(1) Phoebe Dozier Nash, born Sept. 26, 1874, died July 4, 1875. 

(2) Mary Armond Nash. (3) Elizabeth Mutter Nash, (4) Lydia 
Littlejohn Nash, (5) Frederick, (6) Abner. 

Children of Sophie Dozier Littlejohn and J. Frank Brown, form- 
erly of Wilmington, N. C, but now of Minneapolis, Minn. 

(1) Emma Athalie, died 1876, (2) Eliza Kay Brown, (3) Thomas 
Littlejohn Brown, (4) Samuel Brown, (5) Phoebe Dozier Brown, (6) 
Dorothy Brown, (7) John Franklin Brown. 

Lucinda Jane Littlejohn (dau. of Thos. Blount Littlejohn and Eliza- 
beth Mutter) was born at Oxford, N. C, April 12, 1819, and married 
Alex Strachan Jones, of Mecklenburg Co., Va., at Oxford on Apl. 
9th, 1838; they moved to Warren, Co., N. C., where he died. They 
had ten children. 

(1) Thomas Littlejohn, b. Feby. 4, 1840, md. Pattie Lou Williams, 
of Halifax Co., N. C, and now lives at Henderson, N. C. 

(2) John Tignal, b. Feby. 8, 1842, md. Sallie Williams, a sister of 
his brother's wife, granddaughter of Gov. Hutcbings G. Burton, of 
Halifax, N. C. He died at Henderson. 

(3) Alice Mutter, b. May 1st, 1843, md. CoV. William H. Cheek, of 
Warren Co., N. C, (now of Henderson) on June 9, 1864. They had 
nine children. 

(4) Alexander Strachan, b. Mar., 1845, md. Belle Daniel, grand- 
daughter of Hon. Abram W. Venable of Granville Co., N. C. He 
died at his home in Warren Co. 

(5) Susan Blackwood, b. Dec. 8, 184-, md. in Warren Co., N. C. 
Waller Taylor of Como, Mississippi, and died in 1876. 

(6) Sallie Kollock, b. 1849 and died in 1869. 

(7) Joseph Littlejohn, md. Anna Taylor of Como, Miss., and died 
in . 

(8) RobertStrachan, died Dec, 1878 ; aged 25 years. 

(9) George Feild, married Adele Smith of Wilmington, N. C, 

Nov., 1882, and died at his home in Warren Co., 25tb, 1890; 

aged about 33 yrs. 

(10) Ernest Victor, died in 1890, aged about 33 years. 
Children of Thomas Littlejohn Jones and Pattie Lou Williams: 

AND Genealogical Register. 277 

(1) Pattie Lou, (2) Sallie Tignal, died in 1898, (3) James Wil- 

Children of Alice Mutter Jones and Col. William H. Cheek: 

(1) Alexander Cheek, Md. Warwick, (2) William Hayes 

Cheek, died July, 1892; (3) Frederick Austin Cheek, died Sept. 6th, 
1892 ; (4) Lucinda J. Cheek, md. Auji^ustus Bradley and has 7 chil- 
dren. Bolivar LUUejohn. (5) Betsy Cheek, md. Augustus S. Hall of 
Oxford and has one child; (6) Wade Hampton Cheek, died 1899; 
(7) Joseph Littlejohn Cheek, died young, (8) Alice Cheek, (9) Austin 
Haves Cheek, (10) Joseph Littlejohn Cheek, died young. 

Children of Alexander Strachan Jones and Belle Daniel: 

(1) Alexander, (2) Abram Venable, (3) Rebecca Martin, (4) Mary 
Grace, died 1886, aged, her 9th year, (5) Isabella. 

Children of Susan Blackwood Jones and Waller Taylor, of Como, 

(1) Waller, (2) Susan. 

Children of Joseph Littlejohn Jones and Anna Taylor, of Como, 

(1) Alice, (2) Rosalie. 

Children of George Feild Jones and Adele Smith : 

(1) Hamilton McRary, (2) Geo. Herbert, (3) Pattie Wiggins, (4) 
Rowe Wiggins, (5) Ernest Jones. 

Frances Blount Littlejohn (dau. of Thomas Blount Littlejohn and 
Elizabeth Mutter) was born Jan. 22d, 1822, at Oxford, N. C, md. 
Dr. George Feild, of Mecklenburg Co., Va. (afterwards of Warren 
Co. N. C.) on Feby. 20th, 1841. He died Dec. 17th, 1877. She is 
living at "Glen wood," her home in Warren Co.; aged 78 years. 
They had ten children. 

(1) Eugenia Littlejohn, b. Nov. 14th, 1841, md. Junius A. Good- 
wyn, July 5, 1866. 

(2) Elizabeth Mutter, b. July 18, 1843, md. Conrad S. Boyd, and 
died May 21st, 1890; (3) George, b. May 27th, 1845; (4) Nannie B., b. 
Feby. 24th, 1848, died June 16th, 1863; (5) Robert S., b. Feby. 8th, 
1850, died Oct. 28th, 1853; (6) Thomas Littlejohn, md. Meta Armi- 
stead (dau. of B. A. and Meta Armistead Capehart, and has two chil- 
dren, (a) Armistead Littlejohn, and ; (7) Lucinda Jones, md. 

W. R. McLeland on May 27th, 1879; no issue; (8) Blackwood 
Strachan, md. Bettie Collier, April 16th, 1884; (9) Fannie Boiling, 
died younc; (10) Alexander Jones, md. Louie Rutledge Hughes and 
has 2 children, (a) Alexander, (6) Rutledge. 

Children of Eugenia Littlejohn Feild and James A. Goodwyn: (1) 
Fannie Littlejohn, (2) Ernest Morelle, md. Willie Hunter, (3) Euge- 
nia Feild, died Sept. 28th, 1872, (4) Junius Alexander, died Aug. 
11th, 1873, (5) Mary Campbell, (6) Junius Alexander, (7) Edwin 
Ashton, (8) George Feild, (9) Bettie Mutter. 

Children of Elizabeth Mutter Feild and Conrad S. Boyd: (1) Ella 
Bell Boyd, md. Sturgis, (2) Fannie Feild. 

278 North Carolina Historical 

Children of Blackwood Strachan Feild and Bettie Coller : 

(1) Eudora Belle; (2) Thomas Littlejohn, died July 7, 1887; (3> 
Mary Bettie ; (4) George Feild ; (5) Fannie. 

Dr. George Feild md., 1st, Sallie L. Jones (a sister of Alex. S. Jones 
who marri^ Lucinda J. Littlejohn) on Nov. 12, 1829, and had one 
daughter, Sallie Jones, who married Joseph Blount Littlejohn (son 
of Joseph Blount Littlejohn and Anne Maria Jones) ; Mrs. Feild 
died Jany. 13, 1831; her daughter Sallie Jones was born Jany. 13, 
1831, and died Sept. 30, 1883; Dr. Feild married, 2d, Frances B. 
Littlejohn, as above stated. 

Joseph Blount Littlejohn (son of William Littlejohn and Sarah 
Blount) was born Oct. 4, 1776, md. Annie Marie Jones, daughter of 
Willie Jones and Mary Elizabeth Montfort, of Halifax Co., N. C, 
(Mary Montfort daughter of Joseph Montfort and Priscilla Hill 
daughter of Benjamin Hill and Sarah Latham.) He emigrated to 
Tennessee, where he died in 1852. At one time he lived at Oxford, 
N. C. They had five children : 

(1) Mary E., md. Lewis P.Williamson; (2) Sallie B., md. 1st, 
Robert Lawrence ; 2d, Henry S. Peyton ; 3d, Elisha W. Harris ; (3) 
Rev. William, md. Eliza A. Chisholm; (4) Joseph Blount II md., 1st, 
Mary Levenia Toole ; 2d, Sallie Jones Feild ; (5) Willie Jones md. 
Margaret Harris Chisholm. (Note a.) 

Joseph Blount Littlejohn md., 2d, Mrs. Anne^Sneed. No issue. 
He died at 76 years of age. 

Mary E. Littlejohn (dau. of Joseph Blount Littlejohn and Anne 
Maria Jones) md. Lewis P. Williamson, and died June, 1780. He 
died Oct., 1865. They had 11 children: 

(1) Joseph A., died unmarried ; (2) Mary McCullock, died Feby., 
1840, age 13 yrs. ; (3) Benjamin W., died a bachelor at Memphis, 
Tenn.; (4) Martha, M. W., died in infancy; (5) Lewis P., died in in- 
fancy; (6) Priscilla A. md. W. E. Stainback; (7) Annie Maria md. 
Calvin W. Cherry ; (8) Sallie B., md. C. W. Cherry, his second wife; 
(9) William L. md, Sallie P. Taylor; (10) Margaret Eugenia, md. 
Levin Lake; (11) Edward W., died in infancy. 

Children of Priscilla A. Williamson and William E. Stainback: * 

(I) Child died in infancy; (2) Lewis Ashley; (3) LucyE.; (4) 

Note A.— W. H. Bailey. Sr., LL.D., of Houston, Texas, to the children of J. B. 
Littlejohn and Anna Maria Jones adds the following : (6) Elizabeth Montfort, 
died young ; (7) William, d. u. ; (8) Martha A. M., died in childhood. 

NOTB B.— Willie Jones and Mary Elizabeth Montfort had two sons, Willie 
and Robert, who died unmarried and two daughters, (1) Patsy Burke, who was 
the 2d wife of Hon. John W. Eppes of Va. (whose 1st wife was a daughter of 
Thos. Jefferson) and his children were, (a) John Wayles Eppes ; (h) Dr. Willie 
Eppes, who md. 1st, Ann Cox of Edenton. N. C; and 8d, Tempe Joyner, a daugh- 
ter of Col. Andrew Joyner of Halifax Co., N. C. ; (c) Maria Epps, md. Phiflip 
Boiling (Dr. Bailey gives her name as Mary Montfort) ; (d) Sarah Eppes, md. 
Col. Edmund W. Hubbard (M.C. from Va.); (c) Caroline Montfort, diedyoung; 
(/) Eliza, D. u. ; {2) Sallie Jones md. 1st, Gov. Hutching B. Burton of Halifax 
(grandparents of Sallie and Pat Lou Williams, who married John T. and Thomas 
L. Jones, sons of Alex. Jones and Lucinda Littlejohn) ; married 2d, (>)1. Andrew 
Joyner of Halifax Co., N. C. No issue. 

AND Genealogical Registek. 279 

Mary W., d. u.; (6) William E.; (6) Kate P.; (7) Benjamin W.; 
(8) Joseph P. ; (9) Sallie 0. (Note c.) 

Children of Annie Maria Williamson and Calvin W. Cherry: 

(1) Ida, died in infancy; (2) Sallie, died in infancy; (3) Lewis 
Williamson, lives at Memphis Tenn. . Mrs. Cherry died in 1853. 
Calvin W. Cherry md. 2d, her sister, Sallie B. Williamson, and had 
one child Adeline, died in infancy. (Note D.) 

Children of William L. Williamson and Sallie P. Taylor: 

(1) William T., lives at Mason Tennessee, {Note a); (2) Lewis P., 
died in infancy. William L. Williamson was killed by lightning in 

Children of Margaret Eugenia Williamson and Capt. Levin Lake, 
of Greenwood, Balto. Co., Md. (1) Levin, (2) Lewis W., (3) Duflf. 

Sallie B. Littlejohn (dau. of Joseph Blount Littlejohn and Anna 
Maria Jones) md., 1st, Robert Lawrence and had 4 children. 

(1) Annie Maria Elizabeth, md. Joseph E. Moody, (2) Sallie Pran- 
ces, md. Arthur Harris, (3) Mary Littlejohn, d. u., (4) Mary Alice, 
d. u. On the death of Mr. Lawrence, Sallie B. md., 2d, Henry E. 
Peyton (Note 6), and 3d, md. Elisha W. Harris. No issue by either. 
She died at Luka, Miss., July 28th, 1880. 

Children of Aunie Maria Elizabeth Lawrence and Joseph E. 

(1) Robert Eppes of Meridian, Miss., md. Dora E. Harris (c), (2) 
Sallie Lawrence, died young, (3) Anne Hortense, md. J. Monroe 
Jones, (4^ Matilda Gertrude, died young, (3) Anne Hortense, md. J. 
Monroe Jones, (4) Matilda Gertrude, died young. She died in 1857 
and he died in 1862. 

Children of Annie Hortense Moody and J. Monroe Jones: 

(1) Susie Paine, (2) Robert Lawrence, (3) Annie Irene (Note d), 
(4) Alexander Williamson (Note e). 

Children of Sallie Frances Lawrence and Arthur Harris : 

(1) Celestia, died young, (2) Robert Lawrence (Note/), (3) Arthur 

Note C. — Dr. Bailey adds Calvin C. Stainbaok to this family. 

Note D. — Dr. Bailey gives the family as foUows : by Ist marriage, Ida and 
Sallie, both died in childhood ; by 2d marriage, Lewis "Williamson, who married 
Ist, died without issue. He then married Caroline Denison. Adeline, d. u. 
Lewis W. Cherry and wife Caroline Denison have issue : (1) Lewis Williamson; 
(2) Denison ; both very young. 

William H. Bailey, Sr., LL.D., of Houston, Texas, in a recent publication of 
the Latham-Hill-Montfort-Littlejohn-McCulloch-Campbell and Brownrigg fami- 
lies" gives the Joseph Blount Littlejohn descendants. 

The notes are taken from this work. 

Note A.— Md. Fannie Maclin; issue (1) William, (2) Wilkins. 

Note B.— "Rev. Henry S. Peyton." 

Note C— *• Dora K. ; no issue." 

Note D.— " Anna Irene, md. Eklward W. Burton; issue Edward W. Burton. 

Note E.— Add children, **(5) Calvin, (6) Gustavus Adolphus, (7) Whitson 
Harris, (8) Thomas Williamson, (9) Mary Hortense, (10) James. Monroe." 

Note F. — "Robert Lawrence, md. Christian Grasser; issue (1) Anna Law- 
recne, (2) Whitson Grasser, (3) Wylie Grasser, d. y." 

280 North Carolina Historical 

Hambleton (Note g\ (4) Elisha Whitson (Note h\ (5) Sallie Little- 
john, died young, (6) Celesta Anna (Note i), (7) George Myrick, d. 
young, (8) Cornelia Lily {j). 

Rev. William Littlejohn (son of Joseph Blount Littlejohn and 
Anne Maria Jones) md. Eliza A. Chisbolm and lived at Marshall, 
Texas. She died at JeflFerson, Texas, 1866. They had eight chil- 
dren, (1) Sally Maria, md. William Gatewood Thomas. M.D., (2) 
Margaret C, md. Robert Campbell Martin (Note k), (3) Mary Eliza- 
beth, md. William Sidney Coleman (and died in Harrison Co., Tenn., 
without issue), (4) Joseph Blount III., md. Margaret H. Gibbs, (5) 
William A., died young. (6) Wilie Jones, died young, (7) Robert 
Paine, md. Anne Poag, {8) Angus C, md. Cynthia M. Pugh. 

Cljildren of Sallie Maria Littlejohn and Dr. Wm. Gatewood 

^1) Annie Chisbolm, md. George Israel (Note I), (2) William Lit- 
tlejohn (Note m). 

Children of Margaret C. Littlejohn and Robert Campbell Martin, 
son of Genl. R. C. Martin of Assumption Parish, La.: 

(1) Robert C. (Note n), (2) William Littlejohn (Note o), (3) Wil- 
liam Whitmell Pugh (Note p), (4) Maggie Ann Chisbolm, died in 
infancy. Mrs. Martin died in 1879. 

Joseph Blount Littlejohn III., md. Margaret H. Gibbs (dau. of Dr. 
Robert Gibbs of Mansfield, La.; issue (1) Robert Gibbs, (2) Mary E., 
(3) Maggie M., (4) William L., died in childhood. 

Children of Robert Paine Littlejohn and wife Anne Poag (dau. of 
Col. W. Poag of Marshall, Texas), (1) Robert Paine, d. y., (2) Wil- 
liam P., (3) Novie, d. y., (4) Anna Poag, d. y., (5) Lewis L., d. y. 
(Note q). 

Note G. — " Arthur Hambleton Harris, md. Bessie R. Davenport, issue (1) Rob- 
ert Whitson. (2) Leon Hamilton, d. y., twins, (3) Alfred Whitaker, 1 year old." 

Note H. — ** Elisha Whitson, married Rena Maude Waldo, issue (1) Frances, 
d. y., (2) Arthur Waldo." 

Note I.—** Celeste Anne Harris, md. Dr. Saml. C. Ball, issue (1) Louisa Fran- 
ces, (2) Harris Mitchell Hartwell." 

Note J. — "Cornelia Lily Harris, md. L. A. Gkiines, issue Le Grand Abner." 
Note K. — Robert Campbell Martin (son of Genl. R. C. Martin) is a descendant 
of Lewis Bryan and wife Elizabeth Hunter; Needham Bryan and wife Ann 
Rombeau, also of John Gray and wife Elizabeth Hunter Bryan. These families 
were among the early settlers of Bertie Co., N. C. 

Note L.—'* George Israel, md. Annie Chisbolm, issue (1) Willie J., (2) 
Maury J." 

Note M.—** William Littlejohn, md. Emma Warren, issue William Warren, 
d. y." 

Note N.— "Robert C. Martin, Jr , md. Ellen Young, issue (1) Maggie Chis- 
bolm, (2) Charles Young, (8) Littlejohn." 

Note O.—** William Littlejohn Martin, md., Ist, Mattie Twyman, issue (1) 
Robert C; md., 2d, Ethel DeLorch, issue DeLorch." 

Note P.—" William Whitmell Pugh Martin, married Amy Williamson. 

Note Q.— Add children, (6) Frank Starr, (7) Joseph Blount, (%) Maggie Mar- 
tin, (9) Angus C, (10) Erick, (11) Lake. 

AND Genealogical Register. 281 

Children of Angus C. Littlejobn and Cynthia Margaret Pugh, of 
Assuinption Parish, La.: 

(1) Frances, (2) James Kempe, (3) Gussie (Note r). 

Joseph Blount Littlejohn II (Genl.), of Louisburg, N. C, after- 
wards of Warren County, N. C. (son of Joseph Blount Littlejohn 
and Anne Maria Jones), married, 1st, Mary Lavinia Toole and had 
3 children. (1) Joseph G. d. u., (2) William Hubert md. Charlotte 
T. Gary, of Petersburg, Va., died without issue, (3) Robert Vernon 
died young. Mrs. Littlejohn died and General Littlejohn md., 2d, 
Sally Jones Feild (dau. of Dr. George Feild, of Warren Co., N. C.,) 
and had six children. (4) Mary Elizabeth married Walter B. Cook, 
of Franklinton, and died June 24, 1887, aged 33 years, (5) George 
Feild lives at Baltimore, Md., and is unmarried. (6) Laura Mont- 
fort md. Robert A. Speed, had one child, died young. Mrs. Speed 
died at her home at Kittrell, Vance Co., N. C, Sept. 12, 18—, (7) 
Edward Blount d. u., (8) Robert Jones died July 3d, 1887, at Dr. 
Geo. Feild's, aged 23, (9) Eugene Middleton died u. at Thomas- 
ville, N. C, in 1893, aged 28. 

Children of Mary E. Littlejohn and Walter B. Cook : 

(1) Thoa Blacknall, (2) Everard Littlejohn, (3) Walter Beverly 
(Note a.) 

Willie Jones Littlejohu (son of Joseph Blount Littlejohn and Anne 
Maud Jones) md. Margaret Harris Chisholm. He died in 1873. She 
lived at Memphis Tenn. They had five children : 

(1) William Whitson (died at Decatur, Ala.) md. Mary Rebecca 
Polk (dau. of Dr. Thomas G. Polk, of Columbia, Tenn, (2) Lewis 
Williamson died unmarried of Yellow Fever in 1878, (3) Willie 
Jones md. Mary Poston, of Memphis (no issue), (4) Elizabeth Mar- 
garet md. Moses J. Wickers (Note 6), (5) Arthur Melville lived at 
Friar Point, Miss., (Note c) 

Children of William W. Littlejohn and his wife Mary Rebecca 

(1) Thomas Polk (Note d), (2) Margaret Chisholm (Note e.) 

Children of Elizabeth Margaret Littlejohn and Moses J. Wicks 
(Dr. Bailey says Moses L. Wicks) : (1) Moses J., she died in 1867. 

Ann Blount Littlejohn (dau. of William Littlejohn and Sarah 
Blount) was born June 27, 1779, md. John Little of Edenton, N. C, 
Dec. 16, 1804, and died Jan. 13, 1816, aged 36 years, and is buried 
by the side of her parents in the family graveyard at Edenton, N. 
C. They had six children : 

Note R. — Add children* (4) Margaret A., (5 and 6) Angus and Cynthia (twins). 

Note A.— Add, (4) " Ernest Stapleton, (5) Sallie Feilds d. y.'' 

Note B.— **Dr. Bailey says "Moses L. Wicks; issue M. L. Wicks, Jr." 

Note C. — " Arthur Melville and Pearl Miles;" issue Arthur M., aged 9 years, 
and Charles Wiley, aged 7 years. 

Note D. — Married Margaret Wallace ; issue Margaret Wallace, add to chil- 
dren of William W. Littlejohn and Mary Rebecca Polk : ** (3) Lavinia Polk, 
(4) William W. d. y." 

Note E.— "Married W. R. Spight ; died without issue." 

282 North Carolina Historical 

(1) Elizabeth, born July, 1806, died Sept. 5, 1808. 

(2) William Andrew, born about 1807, died July 12, 1816. 

(3) John, born Dec. 6, 1808, died Dec, 7, 1808. 

(4) George Johnston, died at Oxford, N. C, aged 16 yrs. 

(5) John, born Feby 9, 1813, died at Philadelphia Augt. 10, 1835. 

(6) Sally Blount md. Edward Lee Winslow, of Fayetteville, N. 0.,. 
and died May 24, 1849. They had six children: 

(1) Marian md. Charles Beatty Mallett, of Fayetteville, both dead^ 
no issue. 

(2) Elizabeth Jones lives at Fayetteville, N. C, (3) Warren Do 
Keyser died, (4) John Little died, (5) Edward Lee died, (6) Sally 
Blount md. Richard Bradley Jenelt, of Wilmington, N. C, and had 
two children : 

(1) Edward Winslow lives at Savannah, (2) . 

John Wilson Littlejohn (son of William Littlejohn and Sarah 
Blount) was born March 1st, 1786, md. Elizabeth Blount. Issue: 

(1) Josiah Collins, b. Jany. 16th, 1812, died Augt. 28, 1812, (2> 
Jacob Blount, b. May 29, 1816, died Aug. 3d, 1816, (3) Jacob Blount, 
born Oct. 3d, 1816, died Oct. 18, 1817, l4) John Wilsojj died at 21 
yrs. of age, (5) William A. md. Mary Beasley, (6) ElizaY^eth B. md. 
William H. Standin, (7) Nancy Blount, b. Feb. 6, 1836, d. Augt. 23d, 
1844, (8) Nancy Blount md. Genl. W. A. Blount, no issue, (9) Mary 
M. C, born Dec. 26, 1843, d. . 

Children of William A. Littlejohn and Mary Beasley : (Note a.) 

(1) William A., (2) John Littlejohn, (3) Edward Beasley, (4) 
Mary B. 

Children of Elizabeth B. Littlejohn and Wm. H. Standin reside 
now at Utica, N. Y. : (1) Mary Littlejohn, (2) William H., (3) John 
Little, (4) Frances, (5) Hugh Collins, (6) Martha Collins, (7) Eliza- 
beth Blount died in , (8) Louisa Collins md. Charles G. Irish, 

(9) Malcolm Gray, born Aug. 10, 1857, died May 22d, 1859,(10) 
Mary Littlejohn. 

Children of Elizabeth Blount Standin and Chas. G. Irish : 

(1^ Elizabeth Standin, (2) William Norman. 

Elizabeth Margaret Littlejohn (daughter of William Littlejohn 
and Sarah Blount) was born Oct. 17, 1779, and married General 
William Walls Jones, of New Hanover Co., N. C. He moved to 
Tennessee, where both died. Issue, Elizabeth md. Col. James A. 
Games. Issue, 8 children : 

(1) William md., 1st, Kate M. Payne, no issue; 2d, Lila L. Payne^ 
(2) Robert S. md. Frances L. Payne, (3) Elizabeth Jones md. Saml. 
Tate, (4) Mary E. md., 1st, J. C. Meason, 2d, Shepard Spencer, (6> 
Samuel T. md. Katie B. Karr, (7) James A. died of Yellow Fever in 
1878, (8) David B. died young. 

Children of Capt. William Games and Lela L. Payne: 

Note A. — Mrs. Mary Littlejohn married, second, D. D. Simmons, of Martin 
County, N. C, and died in 1896-7. No issue by second marriage. 

AND Gbnbalogical Reqistbr. 283 

(1) Charles Quintan, (2) Kate Payne, (3) Elizabeth Jones, (4) Lela 
L. Payne, (5) James Alexander, (6) Mary Conley. 

Child of Robert S. Carnes and Frances L. Payne: (1) Emily 

Children of Elizabeth Jones Carnes and Col. Samuel Tate, of 
Little Rock, Ark: (1) Ernest Tate, (2) Carnes Tate. 

Child of Capt Samuel T. Carnes and Katie B. Carr: (1) Kate 


To the Worshipful Court of Pascotank Precinct now setting: 

The Honorable Petition of us, the subscribers, Humbly showeth : 
That whereas there is a Congregation of the People call* Baptis 
gather*^ In this Precinct, meeting together for Religious Worship In 
ye Dwelling House of William Burges, on the North side of Pasco- 
tanc, on the head of Raymond's Creek ; he, ye said Burges, having 
granted same for use of ye said meeting, we Pray ye same may b^ 
recorded and we ye humble Petitioners in duty bound shall pray. 

Paul Palmer. 

Francis Brockett. 

Thomas Herewton. 

William Jones. 

Phillip Torksey. 

Robert Wasson. 

Charles Lenbrough. 

W. Burgess. 

The above item is copied literally from the original found in the 
office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Pasquotank County. 
The date is erased, but by the aid of a glass it was found to be Sept. 
5th, 1729. 

^ The house of Wm. Burgess was " on the North side of Pascotanc, 
at the head of Ramond's Creek." This place corresponds to Shiloh 
in Camden County, Camden County having been formed out of ter- 
ritory formerly embraced in Pasquotank Precinct and County. If 
any of our readers could designate the house and land of William 
Burgess in 1729, the exact location could be ascertained where this 
first Congregation was organized and where they worshipped. 

284 North Caeouna Histoeic4L 


(Compiled from the office of Register of Deeds, for Chowapn County, at Eden- 
ton, N. C. Tiiese records include all deeds and oenveyanoes for Bertie and Hert- 
ford Counties to 1712, Tyrrell and Washington Counties to 1729, and Gates 
County to 1778. The names of the Bargainor and Bargainee 4re given, the date 
of the conveyance, number of acres of land or number of town lot, and the 
names of the witnesses to the instrument.) 

Book W. 

Edward Howcott, to James Potter. 346 acres in Green Hall, 
granted to said Howcett, adjoining lands of Ellinor Sadler, said land 
sarveyed by John Chandler and assigned to me. Test, Matthew 
Hardy, James Trotter, F. Vernon. 

John Pettiver, late of London, now of Perquimans, nephew and 
heir-at-law of John Pettiver, deceased, late of Perquimans, to Benj. 
Talbot. 1,145 acres land in Perquimans, except 310 sold Col. Scar- 
brough ; also all tracts in Bertie and Tyrrell Precincts ; also tract on 
New River, in Onslow, 420 acres; Aug. 24, 1738. Test, Mac Scar- 
brough, Zack Nixon. 

George Privetts, to Ann Martin, Nathl. Martin and Abel Martin. 
100 acres, part of a grant to Patrick Lewler, deceased, for 170 acres, 
October 1st, 1732. Deed dated August 28, 1738. Test, Henry Bon- 
ner, Henry Baker, Jos. Green. 

John Powell, of Perquimahs, to John Norfleet. One acre in 
Chowan, now occupied by said Powell, and binding on Orapeake 
Swamp ; September 2l8t, 1738. Test, James Sumner, Samuel Powell. 
(Gates County.) 

Jane Parker, widow of Thomas Parker, to James and Francis 
Parker, her sons. 50 acres land adjoining William Parker ; Decem- 
ber 29th, 1738. Test, James Parker, Job Cockrill, James Farlee. 

Same, to her son William Parker. Tract of land south side of 
Poplar Run ; June 8, 1738. Test, James Willie, James Parke, Mar- 
tin Nowel. 

James Sumner, of Perquimans, to John Norfleet. Tract of land 
on Orapeake Swamp, west side Orapeake road ; September 20, 1738. 
Test, John Powe, Lemuel Pow. 

Treedie Keefe, to John Alston, 1738; 50 acres land west side Ben- 
nett's Creek, at the bridge formerly conveyed by patent to said 
Keefe. (Gatesville, Gates Co., N. C.) 

Book B, No. 1. 

Nicholas Blackman, to John Jones, Jr. 208 acres land surveyed 
for Nicholas Blackman, 23d May, 1710, by Richard Leary, on ye 
swamp of Queen Anne's Creek, called Mattacomack Creek, begin- 

AND Gbnbalooical Reqistbr. 285 

ning at a hickory, the corner tree of Wm. Fallow. (Green Hall.) 
November 26, 1714. 

Leonard Loftin, to Col. Thomas Pollock. Tract of land where I 
now live, in South Lancaster, bounded west by land lately Col. Wil- 
kinson's, east by land lately Archibald Metibale, and ye sound side, 
on the north according to a patent granted for the same ; April 4, 
1715. Test, Thomas west, Thomas Daniel. (Washington County.) 

Peter Evans, to William Evans. 100 acres land on Catawaske 
Swamp; April 19, 1715. Test, Wm. Crawford, Edward Howard. 
(Hertford County.) 

* Robert Pewox, of Scupernong, to Wm. Hardy, of same place. 
100 acres on Mohodnett Swamp, by the river side; September 8, 
1714. Test, Mary Lawson, John Yates. (Tyrrell County.) 

Richard Williams, to Edward Howard ; January 12, 1714. 175 
acres on the N. W. side Wicacon Creek. Test, Wm. Crawford, Thos. 
Hook. (Hertford County.) 

Edward Smithwick, Sr., to his son John Smithwick. Deed of gift. 
800 acres on north side Morattock River; July 1st, 1715. Test, John 
Hobson, Edw'd Smithwick. 

Lazarus Thomas, to John Barefield, his friend. 100 acres land on 
south side Chowan River, on the south of the Horse Swamp; April 
19, 1715. Test, Wm. Mixon, Richard Williamson. 

Daniel Halsey, and wife Mary, to Joseph Hudson. Little Island, 
bounded with the main branch of Rockyhock Creek, part of a 
grant; 2d February, 1702-'3. Deed dated June 28, 1714. Test, 
Robert Hicks, Mary Maltby. 

Peter Evans, to his son Robert Evans. 236 acres land on south 
Chowan River, at Petty Shore ; April 19, 1715. Test, Thomas West, 
Wm. Mixon. (Hertford County.) 

Daniel Smith, and wife Asia, to George Molbe. 300 acres on east 
side Cushoke Creek Swamp; April 10, 1715. (Bertie County.) 

Peter Evans, to Daniel Merritt; April 19, 1715. 100 acres on Cat- 
awaske Meadows. Test, Wm. Mixon, Wm. Evins. 

Edward Smithwick, to John Smithwick. 800 acres, beginning on 
Reedy Branch, below Moody's Plantation, and running up ye run 
for breadth to Possum Hill, and Wm. Bentley, etc.; April 19, 1715. 

Edward Smithwick, Jr., to John Hobson. Assignment of a patent ; 
April 19, 1715. 

Louis Williams, to Wm. Sharp. Assignment patent for 500 acres 
called Mount Pleasant; April 19, 1715. Test, Tredle Keefe, Richard 
Barefield. (Hertford County.) 

William Hardy, to Sam'l Spruell. 100 acres in Scupee, my pur- 
chase of Dr. Godfrey Spruell; April 18, 1715. Test, John Hassell, 
Wm. Wilkinson. (Scuppernong, Tyrrell Co.) 

John Tarkinton, to Wm. Hardy. Power of attorney to acknowl- 
edge deed to Richard Addison, and Matthew Caswell; April, 19, 

\ . 

♦ Note. — Wm. Hardy*s wife was a niece of Robert Fewox. 

286 North Carolina Historical 

1715. Test, Mary Lawson, John Yates. (Washington or Tyrrell.) 
John Tarkinton, to Richard Addison. 15 acres land; July 17, 

1714. Test, Edward Phelps, Francis Johnson. (Washington or 

Margaret Lewis, to John Mayner. Power of attorney to acknowl- 
edge deed for 480 acres granted by Wm. Dawson to John Council; 
April 18, 1715. Test, Wm. Keele, Jacob Lewis. (Bertie.) 

Alice Blackman, to George Smith. Power of attorney to acknowl- 
edge deed for a tract of land in Cypress Neck to John Jones, Jr.; 
April 16, 1715. Test, Martin Gardner, Wm. Jones. 

Sarah Smith, to Thomas Bray. Sarah, widow of George Smith, 
conveys her husband's estate; May 12, 1715. Test, Abraham Blew- 
litt, John Thackeray. 

Mary Porter, to Joshua Porter, her son. Conveys negro boy Ly- 
mas; October 26, 1714. Test, Wm. Shoyler, James Long. 

Lawrence Sarson, to Col. Thomas Pollock. My plantation called 
Black Walnut Neck; tract of land in Bear Swamp called Buckles- 
bury; another tract in Bear Swamp; another tract on ye head of 
Casayah River; another tract near land of Capt. David Henderson; 
September 29, 1714. Mortgage to secure £35. Test, Thos. Daniel, 
Thos. Hill, Thomas Stuart. 

Arthur Kavanaugh, of Surry Co., Va., to Thomas Whitmell, of 
Surry Co., Va.; July 13, 1715. 600 acres on north side Morattuck 
River, known as Hull Hole, beginning on the low grounds of the 
river, as by patent to said Kavanaugh may more fully appear. Test, 
John Keeter, Lawrence Mague. (Bertie County.) 

Same, to same. 600 acres land in Province of North Carolina; 
July 14, 1715. Test, John Keeter, Lawrence Ma^ue. 

Grant to Lewis Conner for 640 acres on Welsh's Creek ; April 11, 

1715. Test, Tobias Knight, Sec'ty. (Washington County.) 
Lewis Conner, to Robert Richards, Maria Richards, Kate Ander- 
son, Hester, Betty, Lewis, Sarah, Peter, Troy, Dina and Rachel An- 
derson, Mingo, George, Sue Anderson, late of Norfolk, Va., negroes, 
set free by last will of John Fulcher, deceased, conveys above patent; 
September 1, 1715. Test, John Urmstone, Edward Moseley. 

Vines Cropsley, to William Harrison, Part of a grant to me, and 
my wife Sarah, dated January 1, 1694, being 100 acres lying ye west 
side line to ye "Great Cove Swamp"; July 26, 1714. Test, Jno. Fal- 
coner, Wm. Stewart. (On Albemarle Sound.) 

John Ward, to Thomas Muns. 150 acres patented on Tottering 
Bridge Swamp; March 25, 1714-'5. Test, Ro. Holbrook, Thos. 

Samuel Woodward, to Phillip Browne. 375 acres bought of Rob- 
ert Evans, without date. Test, Ro. Holbrook, William Wade. (Hert- 
ford County.) 

Same, to same. 139 acres west side Chowan River, remainder of 
the tract John Wade bought of Samuel Woodward; July 19, 1715. 
Test, Ro. Holbrook, W. Wade. (Hertford County.) 

AND Genralogical RsGIST£R. 287 

John Burkett, to his brother Thomas Burkett Deed of gift for 
100 acres upon ye head of Stopine Creek Swamp; July 21, 1715. 
Test, James Bates, Christopher Dudley. 

John Hawkins, to John Luerton. July 18, 1715; 100 acres on 
Coshoak Creek. Test, Thos. Ball, Jno. Worley. (Bertie.) 

John Hawkins, to Wm. Burk. July 18,1715; 100 acres north 
side Cashoke Creek. Test, Thos. Balls, John Worley. (Bertie.) 

Col. William Maule, to Abraham Blulett, and Janet his wife. 100 
acres, part of Mossy Cabin, where the said Maule now lives; July 
16, 1715. Test, Sarah Smith, Thos. Culender. 

John Molton, and his wife, to John Cearbe. July 16, 1715 ; 200 
acres on western side Meherrin Creek. Test, Joseph Rawlson, Wm. 

Samuel Woodward, to John Wells. July 17, 1715 ; 137 acres west 
side Chowan River, part of a tract bought of Robert Evans. Test, 
R. Holbrook, Wm. Wade. 

James Bryant, and wife Sarah, to Wm. Brasswell. Assignment 
of patent June 23, 1715 ; Sarah, gave John Dew power of attorney 
to relinquish her right of dower. Test, John Mackmihee, Sarah 

Robert Patterson, and wife Janet, to Henry King. Power of at- 
torney to acknowledge sale of land to John Davison ; April 15, 1715. 
Test, Thos. Doiele, Wm. Flyn, James Woods. 

Robert Patterson, and wife Janet, to Henry King. April 15, 1715; 
100 acres on a creek running out of Meherrin River, part of a patent 
to Tredle Keefe; dated March 15, 1711-'2. Test, Thos. Doiele, 
Leonard Langston, Wm. Fryer. (Hertford County.) 

William Hooker, and wife Ann, to John Davison. July 22, 1715; 
309 acres south side Meherrin River; July 22, 1715. Test, John 
Weed, Jean Hooker. (Hertford County.) 

William Hooker, to John Dew. Power of attorney to acknowl- 
edge above deed, being a patent to Tredle Keefe; July 15, 1716, 
Test, Thomas Kirby, Matthew Capps. (Hertford County.) 

William Braswell, and wife Mary, to James Bryant. June 21, 
1715; 600 acres on the south side of Youra. Test, Joseph Rowlson, 
John Molton. (Hertford County, Urah Swamp.) 

Thomas Garrett, Sr., and wife Bethia, to John Sturdifort. 2(X) 
acres S. E. side Catharine Creek, near a little field called Dawson's 
Old Field ; July 18, 1715. Test, Thos. Garrett, Jr., Christopher Dud- 
ley, John Gooddin. 

Chas. Ricketts, to Matthew Gwins. July 18, 1715; 100 acres land 
on the north side of the head of Mjtttacomack Creek, joining upon 
the lands of John Harris, Jno. Marks, called the Fish Ponds. Test, 
Thomas Muns, Tim. Macartney. 

Lawrence Sarson, to John Williams. 220 acres land in Bear 
Swamp. Test, Henry King, Jno. Rasberry. July 19, 1715. (Bertie 

William Btaaswell, and wife Mary, to Matthew Capps. June 27, 

288 North Carolina Historical 

1713; 640 acres granted to me, 4 March, 1711, od the west side of a 
cypress swamp, issuing out of Moratuck River. Test, Joseph Rawl- 
son, Wm. Gwyn. (Bertie.) 

Same, to John Steward. June 5, 1715. Upper part 600 acres on 
Youra Swamp. Test, Wm. Gunn, Robert. Brass well. (Hertford Co.) 

Bethia Garrett, to her son Thomas Garrett. Power of attorney; 
July 18, 1715. 

Thomas Garrett, and wife Bethia, to John Gooddin. July 18, 
1715; 100 acres on Warwick Swamp. Test, Stephen Dudley, John 

John Goodwin, and wife Mary, to Edward Wood, of Upper Parish 
of Nansemond, Va. July 18, 1715; 50 acres, part of a patent to 
Thos. Garrett, for 614 acres adjoining Christopher Dudley. Test, 
John Standiford, Christopher Dudley. 

Thomas Harrison, and wife Susanna, to John Worley. 297 acres 
binding on land of Thos. Corprew; July 18, 1715. Test, Henry 
Clark, John Sinspaw. Power of attorney from Susanna Harrison to 
Zacheriah Jurkin, to acknowledge above deed; July 18, 1715. 

Nicholas Blackman, to George and Wm. Smith, my sons in-law. 
Tract of land on north side of Kesiah River, 550 acres adjoining 
Wm. Walston's land; July 25, 1715. Test, Matthew Gwin, John 

John Plowman, and wife Margaret, to David Hicks. 640 acres 
called by the name of Norfolk, and Merry Hill, containing 380 acres; 
July 19, 1715. Test, Matthew Gwin, Lawrence Sarson. 640 acres a 

Henry Wheeler, to Robert Sharer, of Isle of Wight County, Va., 
April 23, 1715. 200 acres on south side Meherrin River. (Hertford 

William Downing (merchant), to William Sharp (ship carpenter). 
All my rights, houses, etc., in the whole Government; July 15,1715. 
Test, Richard Malpas, Thomas Kirby, Robt. Lanier. 

John Smith, and wife Ann, to Wm. Sharp. 600 acres west side of 
Chowan River, formerly called Woodward's, near Mount Pleasant; 
March 28, 1715. Test, Wm. Downing, John Levison. 

Henry Sutton, to his wife Sarah Sutton. Power of attorney to col* 
lect and pay out all debts due to or by me; June 13, 1715. Test, 
Wm. Curlee, John Mande, John Brown. 

Richard Grills, and wife Sarah, to Alexander Marshall. Power of 
attorney to acknowledge sale of 640 acres on Salmon Creek, to John 
Hardy; July 13, 1715. Test, David Liles, Christopher Lewis, John 

Lewis Dew, to John Hardy. Power of attorney; June 7, 1715. 
Test, Lewis Sarson, Thomas Ashley, John Brosier. 

John Holbrook, to John Hardy. Power of attorney; June 8, 1715. 
Test, Thomas West, Thomas Daniels. 

William Duckinfield, to Henry King. Bond to make title to Log- 
house tract, patented by said Duckinfield, 600 acres; December 16» 
1713. Test, John King, Wm. Drury. 

AND Genealogical Register 289 

Arthur Kavanaugh, of Surry County, Va., to Thomas Hicks. 200 
acres on branch of Indian Town Creek, as per patent in my name, 
dated August 11, 1707. Deed dated July 19, 1715. Test, R. Hicks, 
Jon Gordon. 

Wm. Jones, and wife Mary, to Martin Gardner. 310 acres on west 
side Casiah River; July 18, 1715. Test, Jno. Edwards, Arnold Hop- 

John Arthur, and Heliner my wife, to Benjamin Godson. 100 
acres on Rockyhock Branch, bought of Daniel Halsey, part of 530 
acres, patented- March 5, 1712, by said Arthur, on Tottering Bridge 
Swamp. Test, Thomas Muns, Thomas Parker. 

Thomas Brown, and wife Christian, to Daniel McDaniel. Deed 
of gift to my son-inlaw, for 100 acres land; July 15, 1715. Test, 
Jack Lewis, Valentine Bigsule. 

Susanna Johnson, to her grandchildren, Jacob, Susanna, and 
Elizabeth Parrott, son and daughters of Thomas Parrott, all my per- 
sonal estate; April 21, 1715. Test, James Bale, Thomas Garrett, Jr. 

James Brvant, to William Braswell. 640 acres on the north side 
Catawasky Meadows. July 20, 1715. Test, Joseph Rowlson, John 

Francis Thornton, to Edward Mason. 100 acres binding upon 
lines of John Brethetts, part of a tract surveyed by Col. Wm. Maule, 
surveyor general of North Carolina. Deed dated October 15, 1715. 
Test, Robert Brown, John Nairn. 

Francis Thornton, to Richard Bacon. 100 acres adjoining John 
Birkett and Wm. Copeland's land, part of a tract, surveyed by Wm. 
Maule, surveyor general, for said Thornton; October 2, 1713. Deed 
dated October 19, 1715. Test, Edward Warren, John Nairn. 

Edward Phelps, to Richard Burtenstall. 220 acres west side of 
Sen pernong River, called the "Mockison." adjoining lands of John 
Hopkins; July 16, 1715. Test, Robert Fewox, John Tarkinton. 

Same, to James Singleton. 376 acres on west side of Scupernong 
River; July 17, 1715. Test, John Wingate, Robert Fewox. (Tyr- 
rell Co.) 

Same, to Robert Fewox. Tract of land, east side Scupernong 
River, and north side Landing Swamp; September 18, 1715. Test, 
Robert Holdbrook, John Nairn. (Tyrrell County.) 

Robert Fewox, and wife Martha, to John Harrell. Tract of land 
given him by his father, James Fewox, deceased (as by his will dated 
May 5, 1711), on east side Scuppernong River, and on Mahomet 
Swamp, 150 acres; October 14, 1715. Test, John Wingate, Wm. 
Hardy. (Tyrrell Co.) 

Thomas Dyall, and wife Mary, to Henry King. Power of attor- 
ney, to acknowledge sale to Leonard Langston, 100 acres land ; Sep- 
tember 20, 1715. Test, Wm. Whitfield, John Core, John Dawson. 

Thomas Warr, and wife Jane, to John Howoott. 300 acres known 
by the name of the Great Island, in the Forks of Rockyhock Creek, 


290 North Carolina Historical 

as by patent Ist April, 1713. Deed dated July 15, 1715. Test, Rob- 
ert Holbrook, James HaUey. 

Francis Macklenden, to John Howcott. Assignment for 300 acres 
on north side of Albemarle River, at Indian Town; January 8, 

John Robinson, to John Gordon. 265 acres adjoining lands of 
Richard Skinner, part of patent dated August 30, 1714, adjoining 
lands of Daniel Halsey, and others; September 18, 1715. Test, David 
Ambrose, John Nairn, 

Andrew Salsbury, and wife Ann, to John Dopson. 100 acres west 
side Chowan River, binding upon land of Col. Thonoas Pollock, 
known as Vixt^s Branch ; December 11, 1714. On the back endorsed 
I assign over all my right and interest to John Howcott; September 
18, 1715. Test, Robert Holbrook. 

Wm. Wilson, and wife Ann, to Francis Macklenden. Power of 
attorney to sell 350 acres land to James Wilkinson, where Mr. Bush 
nov lives; September 15, 1715. Test, Wm. Crawford, Wm. Wade. 

James Wilkinson, to Wm. Crawford. Power of attorney to receive 
sale of 350 acres land from Wm. Wilson, and wife Ann; September 
15. 1715. Test, Wm. Wade, Wm. Willson. 

John Marks, to Wm. Woodley. September 18, 1715. 105 acres 
land in Chowan Precinct. Test, John Smith, Thos. Luten, Jr. 

James Blount, to John Blount, Jr. 100 acres adjoining the tract 
where James Blount now lives, on east side Poplar Marsh ; Septem- 
ber, 5, 1715. Test, John Nairn, Robert Hicks. 

John Bailey, and wife Mary, to Henry Clark. Deed of gift for 100 
acres on ye road from ye south shore, to Morattock ; April 15, 1715. 
Test, Jeff. Lilse, Wm. Metthew. (Washington County.) 

John Baley, and wife Mary, to Jeff. Lyles. Deed of gift. 100 
acres out of the tract where I now live; 19 August, 1715. Test, 
Richard Canady, John Worley. (Washington County.) 

Sarah Sutton, to Elizabeth Long, widow, said Sutton lawful attor- 
ney of Henry Sutton. 100 acres in South Lancaster, on east side 
Georgfe Leonard's plantation; September 19, 1715. Test, John 
Worley, John Nairn. (Washington County.) 

Edward Smithwick, Sr., to Daniel Smith. Assignment of deed for 
200 acres patented on Kesiah River; no date. (Bertie County.) 

Lewis Williams, and wife— ^ — , to Benjamin Wood. Assignment 
of a patent for 360 acres on Catawaskey Meadows; September 17, 
1715. Test, Wm. Mixon, Richard Barefield. (Hertford County.) 

George Molbe, and wife Katharine, to John Hering, of Isle of 
Wight Co., Va. Assignment of a patent for 360 acres; September 
18, 1715. Test, Robt. Holbrook, Thomas Luten, Jr. 

John Robertson, to Richard Taylor. 50 acres in Rockyhock Neck, 
called Rich Neck; June 20, 1715. Test, Caleb Stevens, Rt. Hicks. 

Jane Gaskill, late wife of Robt. Windley, William, and Hannah 
Powers, of Pasquotank, to Nicholas Crisp. 280 acres in Shaftesbury, 
or Chowan Precinct, granted by patent to said Windley, 29 March, 


1680. Deed dated February 20, 1707-'8. Test, Will Norris, Joseph 

John Brownill, to Capt. Thomas Lee. 460 acres on south side of 
Moratuck River, adjoining William Brady, as by patent dated Jan- 
uary 19, 17l5-'6. Deed dated March 15, 1715. Test, Nich Bright- 
man, Wm. Fryley, Edward Moseley. (Washington County.) 

Edward Howcott, to Edward Moseley. 400 acres on North side 
Chowan River, called Red Banks, bought of Lewis Bryan, bounded 
east by land of Thomas Bray; January 17, 1715. Test, Robert 
Hicks, Elizabeth Swanh. 

Robert Hicks, to James Farlow. 237 acres, assignment of patent 
on Indian Town Creek ; 26 April, 1716. Also assignment of a patent 
for 190 acres on main branch of Rockyhock Creek; 25 April, 1716. 

Edward Moseley, and wife Ann, relict of Henderson Walker, to 
John Lillington. 630 acres on Kendricks Creek, surveyed 4 June, 
1695. Deed dated 15 February, 1715. Test, James Leigh, Joseph 
Cherryholme, Jr., Thomas Carey. Acknowledged before C. Gale, 
Chief Justice. (Washinjjton County.) 

John Lillington, to Edward Moseley. 630 acres on Kendricks 
Creek; March 13th, 1713. Same witnesses as above. (Washington 

Robert Fendall, to Col. Edward Moseley. Tract of land whereon 
said Moseley now liveth ; 678 acres, bounded south by Albemarle 
Sound, west by land formerly Thos. Guilliam's, and lately Edward 
Smith wick's, east by land lately Thomas Pollock's, and north by land 
recently granted said Moseley; August 15, 1708. Test, John Lil- 
lington, Lawrence Mague. 

Wm. Charlton. Presiding at Court held in 1708. 

Award of Nathaniel Chevin, and Thos. Boyd, arbitrators, in suit 
inter Edward Smithwick Compt, and Wm. Duckinfield, determine 
that Wm. Duckinfield be discharged on payment of £33 9s. 3d; 
Nov. 30, 1713. 

Edward Smithwick assigns award to Jeremiah Vail. Received 
the contents. Jer. Vail. Still due £7 10s. 

John Jones, to George Bromley. 190 acres on N. E. shore of Cho- 
wan, in ye woodyards as by patent dated 30 August, 1714. Deed 
dated April 16, 1716. Test, Robert Holbrook, Thomas Luten, Jr. 

Edward Smithwick, to Wm. Charlton. Power of attorney to ac- 
knowledge sale of 200 acres to Wm. Meazle; April 12, 1716. Test, 
Phil. Ward. 

Edward Smithwick, to William Meazle. 200 acres on north side 
of Morattuck River, at mouth Opossum Hill Creek; December 2, 
1714. Test, Henry Speller, Luke Meazle, William Charlton. 

James Williamson, and wife Constance, of Perquimans, to James 
Ward. 200 acres on south side Yoppim River; February 16, 
1715-'6. Test, John Falconer, Hannah Bourzous. 

Wm. Fryley, and wife Grace, to Benj. Blount. 640 acres on Haw- 
kins Branch, and KendricksCreek ; April 14. 1716. Test, Geo. Hol- 
liday, William Mitchell. (Washington County.) 

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James Blount, Sr., to James Blount, Jr. 200 acres on Charles 
Creek, being the upper part of the tract where the said James Blount 
now liveth. 

Wm. Charlton, to Phil Ward. 200 acres on north side of Morat- 
tuck River, adjoining upper side of land of Luke Meazle. Decem- 
ber 19, 1714. Test, Stephen Alden, Luke Mizell. 

William Jones, of Pamplico, to my friend Capt. Henry Bonner. 
Power of attorney to settle up his business; December 27. 1714. Test, 
Sam'l Patchet, Thomas Jones. 

John Watson, and wife Mary, to Henry Hill, of Nansemond Co., 
Va. 140 acres on Deep Run, and Chowan River, adjoining lands 
of Daniel Halsey and James Farlow; April 17, 1716. Test, Nich. 
Stallings, James Farlow, John Hinton. 

Nicholas Stallings, and wife Ann, of Upper P, Nansemond Co., 
Va., to Joseph Wright, of same place. One moiety of 50 acres at 
the head of Bennett^s Creek, part of a patent for 350 acres granted 17 
April, 1692, to John Odom, and by him sold said Stallings, adjoin- 
ing Wm. Rountree and John Hinton; April 12, 1716. Test, Jno. 
Riddick, Joseph Stallings, Edward Shew. 

John Swain, to Thomas Swain. 130 acres at the head o? Thos. 
Hawkins' land; April 14, 1716. Test, John Worley, Thomas Long, 
Wm. Fryley. (Washington County.) 

Nicholas Stallings, to John Hinton. 126 acres south side Bennetts 
Creek; April 17, 1716. Test, Henry Hill, John Gordon. 

John Howcott, to William Doe. Assignment of a patent; April 
17, 1716. Test, Robert Hicks, John Nairne. 

Thomas Stacey, to Henry Cogwell. 75 acres, binding on land of 
Mary Simons; April 17, 1716. Test, James Ward, Patrick Egerton. 

William Duckiufield, to Thomas West. 300 acres on S. W. side 
of Chowan River, part of a patent, joining Henry King. Test, 
William Maule, Benj. Blount. 

Nicholas Tiner, to John Nairn. General power of attorney ; Oc- 
tober 8, 1715. Test, Edward Pagett, Robert Fenley, Thomas Kirk. 

Same, to David Ambross. 150 acres between Rockyhock Creek 
and the Indian Road. Test, Wm. Ashley, Robt. Hicks. 

Same, to same. 300 acres west side of Rockyhock Creek, part of 
640 acres given me by ray father Nicholas Tiner; October 7, 1716. 
Test, Edward Pagett, John Nairne. 

John Jones, Jr., and wife Ann, to Edward Cockrell. 2.^3 acres 
betwixt Rockahock and Mattacomack Creeks; April 16, 1716. Test, 
Wm. Sadler, John Nairne. 

John Jackson, to Nicholas Ferrell. 100 acres land at. Ballard's 
Bridge; April 17, 1716. Test, John Holbrook, Peter Parker. 

John Bentley, to Alexander Smith. November 16, 1711; 200 
acres on Yawpim River, adjoining Francis Petitt and Thomas 
Holmes. Test, Thomas Horton, F. Smith. 

Thomas Stacey, to Charles Stacey. Assignment of patent for 52 
acres; April 17, 1716. Test, Jno. Falconer, Wm. Bonner. (Drum- 
mond's Point.) 

AND Genealogical Rbqister. 298 

William Privitt, to John Bennett, Sr. 100 acres, part of a patent 
to me, dated August 28 ; August, 1714. 

Richard Church, and wife Jane, to Edward Howard. Power of 
attorney to acknowledge deed to 90 acres, where I now live, sold to 
Peter Parker. Test, John Williams, Wm. Crawford, John Jordan. 

Richard Taylor, to Caleb Stephens. Assignment of deed; Febru- 
ary 11, 1715-'6. Test, Samuel Woodward, Robert Hicks. 

Isaac Zehenden, and wife Mary, to Edward Howcott. Power of 
attorney to acknowledge deed to John Champion, of Virginia, for 
land on Stoping Creek; March 30, 1716. Test, John Ward, John 
Cake, James Fleming. 

William Downing, to William Sharpe. Power of attorney in sale 
made by Macklenden ; March 26, 1716. Test, John Odom, Alice 

William Sharp, to Tredle Keefe. Power of attorney; April 16, 

Robert Hicks, to Moses Foxworth. Assignment of 490 acres on 
Indian Town Creek; April 18, 1716. Test, John Nairn, James 

Dennis Macklenden, to William Downing. 400 acres on Wicacon 
Creek; March 28, 1715. Test, William Sharp, Thomas Macklenden, 
Dennis Macklenden. 

Above assigned to Wm. Sharp. (Hertford County.) 

John Hawkins, to William Ketor. 100 acres on north side of 
Cashoke Creek, part of my patent adjoining Daniel Smith and Mary 
Jones; April 16, 1715. Test, John Byrd, John Crombie. (Bertie 

George Fordyce, to Thomas Horton. All the land called for by 
toy patent except that on the swamp, next to the sound, which my 
father, George Fordyce, sold to Nicholas Simons, which I do hereby 
give to Mary Simons; April 6, 1715. Test, Henry Horton, Rebecca 

Henry Bonner, to Joseph Jessop, of Perquimans. 200 acres on 
Mattacomack Creek, bounded by lands of James Blount and John 
Yelverton; January 17, 1715-16. Test, Nicholas Crisp, Robert 

Thomas Clark, to his wife Mary. Power of attorney to collect 
money due me in Virginia; April 31, 1716. Test, Joshua Porter, 
John J. Bateman. 

Edward Moseley, to John Barrow, Sr., of Perquimans. Assign- 
ment of a patent for 800 acres; July 5, 1714. Test, James Barrow, 
Thomas Cook. 

Benjamin Blanchard, of Nansemond Co., Va., to his brother 
Ephraim Blanchard. 176 acres in Meherrin Neck; July 31st, 1716. 
Test, Thos. Luten, Thos. Luten, Jr 

Richard Batchelder, to Wm. Mitchell. 100 acres lying between 
land of John Simons (son of Argall) and John Browning; August 
Ist, 1716, Test, John Garrett, James Smith. 

294 North Carolina Historical 

John Davenport, of Scupernong River, to Joseph Spruell. 300 
acres west side Scupernong River, adjoining lands of Godfrey 
Spruell; July 27, 1716. Test, Samuel Spruell, Wm. Wilkinson. 

James Blount, and wife Catharine, to . 30 July, 

1716. 200 acres on south side Chowan River, beginning at Wm. 
Maule's corner, running to the head of Blount's Spring Branch, part 
of a patent to said Blount, 19th January, 1715-16. Test, John 
Turner, David Atkins, John Robertson. 

Thomas Rogers, and wife Jean, to Richard Sowell. 100 acres on 
west side Chowan River, on Chinkapin Branch ; July 21, 1716. Test, 
John Howcott, Charles Gavin. 

John Davis, of Bath, to James Welsh's daughter Mary. 200 acres 
on Slocumb's Creek, bounded by lands of Mrs. Joannah Peterson, 
William Branch and Henry Bonner. 

John Falconer, to John Showier. 52 acres called Drummond's 
Point. Test, Jno. Falconer, Francis Smith. 

Richard Batchelder, to Edward Phelps. 50 acres on east side 
Scuppernong Road, called Rich Neck; 20 January, 1716. Test, 
James Smith, J. Watkins. (Tyrrell.) 

Jonathan Bateman, to Richard Whedbee, of Perquimans. 250 
acres on east side Scuppernong River, adjoining manor of Anthony 
Alexander; 2d August, 1716. Test, John Williamson, John Jennett, 
William Hale. (Tyrrell County.) 

William Haughton, to John Porter. 90 acres land ; April 8, 1715. 
Test, Thomas Carey, John Lillington, John Porter, Joshua Porter. 

Daniel Halsey, and wife Mary, to Thomas West. 200 acres called 
the Log-house tract, formerly William Duckinfield's, adjoining Fran- 
cis Parrott; July 29, 1716. Test, Thos. Averit, Christopher Dudley. 

David Jones, to Joseph Frowel. 120 acres on Tindal Swamp; 
July 31, 1716. Test, John Scolley, John Nairn. 

Thomas Hawkins, of South Lancaster, to John Falconer. Power 
of attorney to acknowledge sale of land to James Smith. 1 10 acres 
on Albemarle Sound. Test, George Holliday, John Worley; July 
21st, 1716. Test, Richard Batchelder, Thonias Willey. 

Col. Thomas Cary, of Bath, to Edward Moseley. General power 
of attorney; June 9, 1714. Test, Daniel Guthrie, Richard Rose. 

Peter Parker, Sr., to Richard Williamson. 250 acres on west side 
Chowan River, surveyed for Wm. Pagett July 3d, 1707, and assigned 
to me by said Pagett 18 March, 1709; deed dated July 16, 1716. 
Test, Richard Sowell, Thos. Rogers. 

Richard Lewis, and wife Elizabeth, to Henry Lilse. 150 acres 
known as Barrowhole; July 17th, 1716. Test, Daniel Halsey. 

William Jones, and wife Rebecca, to David Atkins. Plantation I 
bought of said Atkins; 8 July, 1716. Test, John Turner, Thos. 

Henry Jones, to William Green. Tract of land at Mount Royal, 
north side Morattock River; 300 acres being one-half patent to said 
Jones, dated July 3d, 1713; deed dated 16 July, 1716. Test, Thos. 
Avent, John Nairne. 


Matthew Sturdevant, to John Nairn. Power of attorney. 1 j , .^-i^ 

Sarah Sturdevant, to Robert Hicks. Power of attorney, j ^ y> 

Matthew Sturdevant, and wife Sarah, to John Green. 640 acres 
on Morattuck River; July 17, 1716. 

Grant, to Major Robert West, for 500 acres on the north side Albe- 
marle Sound, adjoining Sandy Point. April 24, 1716. 

Maj. Robert West, and wife Mary (Harvey), to Thomas Luten. 
Assignment of above patent; July 17th, 1716. Test, James William- 

Orlondo Champion, to Mary West and Thomas West. Power of 
attorney to acknowledge sale of land known as Piper's Old Field. 

Henry Bonner, to William Bonner. 100 acres on Mattacomack 
Creek; 17 April, 1716. 

John Molton, to Thomas Vincent. 200 acres on Meherrin Creek, 
adjoining land of John Corsby; July 19, 1716. Test, John Keeton, 
John Dickinson, Wm. Brasswell. 

Robert Douglas, and wife Ann, to Arthur Carleton. Tract of 
land ; February 15, 1716. Test, James Ward, James Williamson. 

Matthew Capps, and wife Elizabeth, to James Andrews. Assign- 
ment deed ; July 12, 1716. Test, Wm. Brasswell, Edward Howard, 

Francis Beasley, to Wm. Haughton. 250 acres, part of 400 acres 
formerly laid out for Wm. Charlton, near Yeopim,now in possession 
of my tenant, Anthony Charlton; also 140 acres adjoining thereto; 
January 3d, 1715-'6. Test, Lawrence Sarson, Edward Mosely. 

John Molton, Sr., to John Johnakin. 100 acres on S. W. side 
Meherrin Creek; April 17, 1716. Test, John Crosby, Robert Hicks. 

Nath^ Averit, to my son-in-law, Thomas Harrison. 212 acres at 
the head of Coneby Creek; April 23d, 1716. Test, Zack Jurkin, 
John Nairne. 

Thomas Kirby, Sr., to Henry Wheeler. 125 acres, part of 1,200 
acres on the south side Meherrin River, patented by said Kirby 9 
June, 1712-3, lying on Turkey Creek. Test, Richard Washington, 
Richard Home. (Hertford County.) 

Thomas Kirby, Sr., and wife Esther, appoint their son Thomas 
Kirby, their attorney to acknowledge above deed ; July 14, 1716. 

Thomas Kirby, Sr., and wife Esther, to Richard Home. 120 acres, 
part of same patent sold to Henry Wheeler 5 November, 1714; 
July 17, 1716. Test, Jane Hoby, John Nairne. 

Henry Wheeler, to Richard Washington. 950 acres as by patent, 
dated 6 May, 1709, south side Meherrin River; 10 July, 1715. Test, 
Wm*. Bryant, John Nairne. 

Henry Bonner, to James Blount. 100 acres at Mattacomack 
Creek, adjoining James Blount and Joseph Jessop^s land; July 6, 
1716. Test, John Nairne. 

. Thomas Avent, and wife Elizabeth, to Jacob Coleson. 270 acres 
at Mount Royal, on Morattuck River; July 16, 1716. Test, Richard 
Moore, John Nairne. 

Same, to Robert Green. 370 acres at Mount Royal, on Morattuck 
River, patented 29 July, 1712; deed dated July 16, 1716. 

296 NoBTH Carolina Historical 

Same, to Richard Moore, of Nottoway River. 200 acres on Morat- 
tuck River; July 16, 1716. Test, Henry Jones, John Nairne. 

Same, to same. 240 acres on the north side of Morattuck River; 
July 17, 1716. Test, Robert Green, John Nairne. 

Isaac Zehenden, and wife Mary, to Thomas Burkett. 100 acres 
on east side Katharine Creek, known by the name of Old Town ; 
March 27th, 1716. Test, Wm. Thompson, Robert Rountree. Wit- 
ness to his power of attorney to John Ward, Edward Howcott and 
John Cake. 

Receipt of Arden Carleton, to Thomas Braye. In full settlement; 
Mch. 23, 1715-'8. Test, Samuel Woodward, John Thackeray. 

Edward Smithwiek, and wife Jane, to Jeremiah Vail. 560 acres 
land patented by Thomas Guilliam, 17 Apl, 1697. Deed dated 
July 2, 1709. Test, Thomas Garrett, Sr., James Beasley. 

Samuel Wentworth. and John Webster, of Hampton, Mariners, 
to Robert Calf. Power of attorney to collect money due them in 
Currytuck, N. C, or Virginia, either lately contracted or in the term 
of Joseph Chase, having purchased his interest, as per Currytuck 
records; September 11, 1714. Test, Joseph Glover, John Robertson, 
John Goram. 

Received of Robert Calf by Jeremiah Vail, 201£ due above firm ; 
Oct. 23, 1716. Test, Edward Moseley. 

John Davis, of Bath, to Thomas Hoskins. 200 acres adjoining 
land of Edward Standing; Augt. 3, 1716. Test, Joseph Glaister, 
John Falconer. 

James Gee, of Surry Co., Va., to Wm. Bridges, of Isle of Wight 
Co. Va. 640 acres on north side Meherrin River; Sept. 15, 1716. 
Test, James Gee, John Nairne. Also patent granted to Charles Gee, 
heired by me for him. 

John Bently, to Constance Luten. Power of atty to acknowledge 
sale of land, dated 23 Sept., 1710, to Thomas Clark. Test, Constance 

John Falconer. 225 acres on N. west side Morattuck River, pur- 
chased of Wm. Moody; Oct. 23, 1710. Test, James Citizen, Thomas 

Henry Bonner, to Thomas Newbury. 100 acres on the north side 
of the River, on the head line of Mr. James Blount, Sr. 

Samuel Edmunds, and wife Mary, to John Edwards. 300 acres 
west side Turkey Swamp, part of patent for 640 acres on Kesiah 
River; Apl. 16, 1716 Test, William Jones, Charles Barber. 

Charles Barber, and wife Elizabeth, to John Edwards. 80 acres 
west side Turkey Creek, part of patent for 640 acres; Apl. 17, 1716. 
Test, Samuel Edwards, Wm. Jones. 

John Williams, to his daughter Ann Hearin, and her heirs 150 
acres on which she now liveth, adjoining Thomas Jones, to be for- 
feited, if she shall attempt in any way to sell, or mortgage it; Nov. 
15, 1716. Test, Thomas Brown, 'John Edwards. 

Solomon Jordan, to William Nutshell. 400 acres at mouth of 

AND Genealogical Register. 297 

Kendrick's Creek ; Oct 30, 1716. Test, John Nairne, Robert Hicks. 
{Washington County.) 

James Hooper, of South Shore, to James Hawkins. 100 acres at 
South Lancaster, patent granted to me 16 Jany., 1715; deed dated 
Nov. 1, 1716. Test, George HoUiday, John Edwards, Thomas 

Ephraim Blanchard, and wife Isabella, to Thomas Fletcher. 30 
acres as by my Patent dated 19 Nov., 1711, on Watry Swamp; Oct. 
20, 1716. Test, Robert Hicks, Richard Frank. 

John Marks, and wife Maru^aret. to David Lee. 153 acres com- 
monly called the Wallowing Root, bounded as the survey of the said 
land directs; Oct 8, 1711. Test, Thomas Luten, Jr., Wm. Fallaugh. 

David Lee, to Wm. Fallaugh. 50 acres, part of above tract at the 
west end ; Oct. 28, 1716. Test, Thos. Luten, Jr., Daniel Donnovan. 

Robt White, to Capt. Henderson Walker. Tract of land on NE 
side Chowan River, adjoining upon tract of said Walker, and tract 
of John Davis, on the north ; Feby. 9, 1692-3. Test, Peter Gray, 
Richard Ashwerle, Stephen Manwaring. 

Luke Mizell, and wife Sarah, to George Clark, of Perquimans. 
550 acres on south side Rockyhock Creek. No date. Test, Henry 

Nath'l Moore. Power of attorney to Wm. Charlton, to acknowl- 
edge deed dated Oct. 13, 1716. 

Nath4 Everitt, to Thomas Lee. 450 acres between Coneby Creek 
and Morattuck River, at White Mash a landing on Coneby Creek, 
belonging to Edward Moseley, formerly belonging to John Baley, 
and by him devised to his wife Mary, and by her and her husband 
conveyed to me; Jany 10, 1716-7. Test, John Adderly, Thos. 
nell, Zach Gerkin. 

Thomas Blount, eldest son of Capt. Thomas Blount, dec'd, by 
Mary his wife, late the wife of Joseph Scott, of Perquimans Precinct, 
N. C , to Thomas Lee. 340 acres on the east side mouth of Ken- 
drick's Creek, where my father lived and by him bequeathed to the 
disposal of my mother, who by her last will and T. gave same to me, 
in pursuance of the will of my father; Jany 24, 1716-7. Test, Lyo- 
nel Reading, John Chevier. 

Thomas Darling, to Capt. Thomas Lee. Tract of land on south 
side Morattuck River, belonging to John Walker, who at his death 
bequeathed same to his wife Elizabeth, and her heirs ; Dec. 31, 1716. 
Test, Wm. Mitchell, Jervis Coleman, John Edwards. 

Thomas Lee, and wife Mary, relict of John Baley, dec'd, to Nath^ 
Eyerett. 450 acres between Coneby Creek and Morattoke River, 
also 640 acres lying on Coneby Creek, adjoining White Marsh, be- 
longing to Edward Moseley, both tracts were in the possession of 
John Bailejr, late husband of my wife Mary; Jany 9, 1716-7. Test, 
Zach Gerkin, ThomasDarnelle, John Adderly. 

Christopher Gale, to Frederick Jones, Edward Moseley, John Por- 
ter, John Drinkwater, my living wife Sarah, my brother Edmund 

298 North Carolina Historical 

Gale. Power of attorney; Mch. 19, 1716. Test, Robert Hicks,. 
Thomas Croker. 

Thomas Bray, to Samuel Omein, and John Wyer. Assignment 
of a Patent ; 20 June, 1716. Test, John Wade, Henry Lilsle. 

David Jones, to Thomas Yeates. Tract of land on N. E. shore of 
Chowan River, adjoining lands of said Jones, and his brother 
Thomas, on Tindal Swamp, also lands of John Patsteit. 145 acres ; 
Mch. 26, 1717. Test, Jno. Were, Richard Frank. 

Thomas Garrett, Sr., and wife Bethiah, to Walter Draughan. 160 
acres on south side Katharine Creek, adjoining lands Michael Brink- 
ley; 8 Jany. 1716. Test, Thos. Garrett, Jr., James Flemii g, Thos. 
Round tree. 

Wm. West, to Christopher Vantusen. Assignment of a Patent for 
640 acres on Coshoak Creek; Jany. 1st, 1715-'6. Test, Fred Roger^ 
John Hayes. 

Wm. Frost, to James Frost, ye son of Jean Burt, alias Frost. Plan- 
tation on ye south side of Kesiah River, joining upon widow Asia 
Smith's land and land where I dwell. 100 acres; April 15, 1717. 
Test, Wm. Lattimore, John Bently. 

Richard Rose, to Col. Thomas Pollock; Oct. 7, 1716. 930 acres 
on S. W. side Morattic River, two patents, one for 63 acres divided 
by land of Col. Pollock, called Bald Grey, binding easterly a line 
dividing it from the other tract of Rich'd Rose of 300 acres. Test, 
Thomas West, Jonathan Ridings, James Tignon. 

John Hawkins, to Richard Rose. Assignment of a Patent for 
300 acres on Kesiah River; July 14, 1716-7. 

Wm. Foulk, of Nansemond Co., Va., to John, ye son of Wm. 
Rawls, of Nansemond Co., Va. 200 acres on north side Catawasky 
Meadows; Jany. 5. 1716. Test, John Home, Thos. Jonagen, Rich- 
ard Taylor 

Same, to John Holmes, of Nansemond Co., Va. 200 acres on north 
side Catawasky Pocosin; 5th Jany., 1716. Test, John Rales, John 
Jonegan, Richard Taylor. 

Same, to John Junagan, all of same place. 200 acres north side 
Catawatsky Meadows; 5th Jany., 1716. Test, John Home, Wm* 
Holmes, RVl Taylor. 

Same, to Henry Jornegan, all of same place. 100 acres on Cata- 
watsky Pocosin; July 14, 1716. Test, 'ihomas Jernegan, Jno. Jer- 
negan, R'd Taylor. 

Same, fo Thomas Jernegan, of same place; 5th Jany., 1717. Tract 
of land on Catawatsky Meadowns. Test, Jno. Holmes, William 
Holmes, R'd Taylor. 

Same, to Edward Holmes, Jr., of same place. 100 acres on Cata- 
watsky Pocosin; Jany. 5, 1716. Test, Jno. Jernigan, Richard Tay- 
lor, John Rales. 

Richard Rose, and wife Elizabeth, to Jonathan Standley ; July 16, 
1716. 200 acres on Kesiah River. Test, Thomas West, John Nairne. 

Katharine Molby, to John Cook and Elizabeth Harlshorne; ApL 

AND Gbnsalogical Rboister. 299 

Ist, 1717. All my personal property. Test, John Grombie, Wm. 

William Swinson, to bis wife Mary. Lot of stock bougbt of Benj. 
Blount, and otbers; April 10, 1716. Test, G. Holliday, Jno. Wor- 

William Fallow, to William Bonner. Assignment of land called 
Wallowing Root, bougbt of Dina Lee; Feby. 21st. 1716. Test, Rob- 
ert Hicks, John Howcott. 

Mary Flemans, to Robt. Hicks. Power of attorney to convey land 
to James Bird. 200 acres sold by my husband, James Flemans; 
Apl. 19, 1717. Test, Walter Draugban, Francis Pridgeon. 

Jonathan Lewis, to Robert Patterson, and Edward Moore. 540 
acres S. W. side Meherrin River; Jany. 16, 1716-17. Test, J. Tur- 
ner, Robert Hicks, Jcthn Nairne. 

William Duckinfield, to Jonathan Jacocks. 485 acres adjoining 
Lawrence Sarson, near Black Walnut Point, and on Bachelor's Bay, 
adjoining lands of Col. Maule, and running to Black Walnut Swamp; 
Augt. 1st, 1717. Test, Edward Moseley, John Connfer, Thos. Bray. 

Thos. Darnell, to Edward Moseley. 400 acres on Kendricks 
Creek, adjoining lands said Moseley, and lately John Walker's. 
Jany. 9, 1716. Test, Robert Hicks, Thomas Cook. 

Thos. Garrett, Sr., to Riclfard Berry man. 350 acres on Warwick 
Swamp; May 30, 1717. Test, Thomas Garrett, Jr., Michael Ward. 

Richard Berryman, to John Rice. 100 acres bought of Thos. Gar- 
rett, Sr.; July 1*6, 1717. Test, Daniel Halsey, Henry Hill. 

Henry Wheeler, to Arthur Williams; Jany. 13, 1717. 120 acres 
sold me by Thos. Kirby; Jany. 13, 1717. Test, John Nairne, Rich- 
ard Washington. 

Richard Washington, to Arthur Williams. 100 acres, part of a 
Patent for 550 acres I bought of Henry Wheeler, on south side Me- 
herrin River; Apl. 26, 1717. Test, Henry Wheeler, Jno. Williams, 
John Bay boys. 

Same, to John Bailey. 300 acres, part of above grant; July 22d, 
1717. Test, Henry Wheeler, Jno. Williams, Elizabeth Williams. 

Same, to Lawrence Hoby. 220 acres, part of tract bought of 
Henry Wheeler; July 1, 1717. Test, Arthur Williams, John Nairn. 

William BraswelK and wife Mary, to Henry Wheeler. 640 acres 
patented 4th Mch., 1711, on a Cyprus swamp, on Morattock River; 
27th June, 1715 Test, Matthew Capps, Joseph Rawlson. 

Henry Wheeler, to Thomas Kirby. 150 acres, part of above tract; 
June 3d, 1716. Test, Jno. Dickinson, Richard Washington. 

John Whitemarch, to Wm. Bonner. One Indian Boy; June 3d, 
1716. Test, Richard Colbros, Robert Hicks. 

William Bush, to Dennis Macklendon. Tract of land N. W. side 
Wicacon Creek; July 16, 1717. Test, James Beverley, John Nairn. 

Mary Bush, daughter-in-law of William Bush. 

John Milton, to Daniel McDaniel. 200 acres adjoining lands of 
John Crosby, and Thomas Vincent; July 17, 1717. Test, Robt. 
Hicks, William Braswell. 

800 North Carolina Historical 

Daniel McD miel assigns above tract to Thomas Browu 

John Jordan, of Eastern Parish, of Chowau County, to my be- 
loved son, and daughter, John Evans and wife Jean. 50 acres ad- 
joining lands of Samuel Pagett on Ducking Stool Branch; July 15, 
1717. Test, John Dawson, John Jordan, Jr. 

Gerrard Lynch, and wife Katharine, relict of Henry King, and 
John King, Guardian of Michael King, agreement; Apl. 4, 1717. 
Test, Thos. Boyd, Edward Moseley. 

Thomas West, to John Hardy. 370 acres on Salmon Creek, ad- 
joining said Hardy's land ; May 6, 1717. Tast, Richard Rise, Louis 

Thomas Browne, to Thomas Browne. 185 acres adjoining land 
of Daniel McDaniel, and others; July 16, 1717. Test, Beoj. Fore- 
man, Isaac Hill, Richd. Washington. 

Luke Mezle,to Timothy Tiuelove. Assignment deed for 550 acres 
called Hawtree landing; July 16,1717. Test, Jno. Falconer, Wm. 

Vines Cropley, and wife Sarah, to William Stewart. 50 acres, be- 
ing the head part of tract, whereon we now live; May 2d, 1717. 
Test, Wm. Harrison, John Harrison. 

Thos. Bray, to Robt. Evans. 178 acres where Richard Hayes now 
lives; Dec. 27, 1716. Test, Richard Hayes, Wm. Sharpe. 

John Early, and wife Mary, to Dennis Macklenden. 150 acres on 
Wicacon Creek; July 13, 1717. Tesf, Wm. Crawford, Francis 

William Bush, and wife Mary, to Andrew Stevenson. 272 acres 
adjoining lands of Wm. Hooker. Test, Richard Williford, Peter 
Parker, Jr. 

William Brasswell, to John Dickinson. Assignment of Patent for 
640 apcres on north side Catawatsky Meadows; 14 June, 1717. Test, 
Wm. Brasswell, Wm. Collings. 

James Wilkinson, and wife Sarah, to Thomas Macklenden. 250 
acres in Chowan Precinct; 13 July, 1717. Test, John Smith, Wm. 

John Smith, to John Ware. Assignment of a Patent for 250 acres 
adjoining land of Andrew Salsbury; July 17, 1717. Test, John 
Deir, .John Nairoe. 

Thomas Spivey, and wife Mary, to James Griffin. 200 acres land 
on north side Catharine Creek, called Meherrin Neck ; July 15, 1717. 
Test, Abram Spivey, Thos. Rountree. 

Benjamin Foreman, Sr., to Matthew Solear. 50 acres adjoining 
lands of Robert Sharer; July 15, 1717. Test, John Deir, Wm. 

Same, to John Blackburn. 100 acres adjoining lands of Robt. 
Sharer; July 15, 1717. Test, John Daw, James Smith. 

Francis Brown, to Edward David. Part of my tract of land on 
Wicacon Creek and Chinkapin Creek; 9 July, 1717. Test, John 
Bush, Francis Macklenden, John Dickinson. 

AND Gbnbaloqical Registbr. 301 


Letters of administration granted to Francis Whealer upon the 
estate of Mark Whealer at Court held in Bath County, without date. 

Court was held at the house of Wm. Barrow in Bath County, July, 

Hon. Robert Daniel, Landgrave, Lieut. General and Vice Admiral 
and Deputy Governor, 1704. 

Commission to Thomas Pollock as a Deputy in the Province North 
and East of Cape Fear; no date. 

Rent Roll of Land in Albemarle County. Names of parties and 
their residence, without date, but prior to 1700: William Wilkinso n, 
south shore Chowan, 500 acres; S amuel B undy^ Pascotauk, 110 acres; / 
John J one-q, Chowan, 200 acres; T homas Hfli ry ey. Perquimans, 631 / 
acresT^^njamLa-Lalwr, Perquimans, 538 acres; Alex Lillin^Lou, ^ 
Yawpim, Perquimans, 640 acres; do., on Indyan Creek, Perquimans, 
640 acres; Caleb Callowa y, on Yawpim Creek, Perqs., 250 acres; 
John Bar row, on do., 300; John Gqsbv, son of Hannah Gosby, Sut- 
ton's Creek, Perqs., 300 acres ;_SaraKjQQaby, daughter of Hannah, 
Sutton's Creek, Perqs., 200 acres; Tho mas S imons, Little River, Pas- 
co tank, 200 acres; same, same place, 96 acres; Jese Simo ns, Little 
River, Pascotank, 150 do.; Jane Charles, Yawpim Creek, 287 ; do., 
Thomas Lepp er, Yawpim Creek7^470 acres; John Wyatt, Yawpim 
Creek, 288 acres; Tim othy Cleare, Perquimans KiverTJT? do. ; Peter ' 
Grey, Perquimans "^iver, 200^acres; Edward^SmitJLosdck Mattaco- 
coack Creek, Chowan, 200 acres; Jonathan^7Jl>Qfls, Mattacomack i 
Creek, Chowan, 350 acres; William Jac¥son^on Little River, Pasco., 
234 acres; Humphrey B oglton, l^wVegun Creek, Pascotank, 250 
acres; Thos.M adn£j Newbegun Creek, Pascotank, 150 acres; Wil- 
liam B undy, Pascotank, 130 acres; Caleb Bundy, Pascotank, 175 // 
acres; ^JoEn Snilmaa, Perquinians, 350~acres ; Tl oger Snell, in Per- 
quimans, 250 acres; Ri>,bert HerDoan, Yawpim Cree^, 92 acres; 
Thpi]ja£Pi£i:ce, Perquimans, 300 acres"; Joh n Chesson , Perquimans, ^ 
300acresT]^bert_ Beagley , Perquimans River, :^^2 acres; .WilHam 
Lurry , PerquimansTfiver, 250 acres; Richard Cheston, Perquimans 
River, 200 acres; C harles MacdanieK Perqufmans River, 143 acres; 
J ane Bayard , Perquimans River, 366 acres; Patrick Canaday, Per- 
quimans River, 210 acres; Richard. Fox,. Peiquimans River, 200 / 
anvoa- ^arr\0^ ^nrgn n , VnflfiPa Creek, Pcrouimans, 300 acres ; John 
Whitby, Perquimans, 230 acres; Robert Beasley, Perquimans, 218/ 
tf^res; feamuel Nichol son. Perquimans, 300 acres; William B'>gue, i 
Perquimans River 200 acres; J^mes Loadman, Perquimans River, 
143 acres; Albert Albur tson. Perquimans, 290 acres; Isaac Wilson^ • 

302 North Carolina Historical 

Perquimans, 490 acres; IJayiiLSherwpod, Perquimans, 350 acres; 
Ralph Fletcher, Perquimans River, 370 acres; JenkinjyjJHams, do., 
317 acres; George SuUon, do., 99 acres; Lawrence Gonsalvo, do. 560 

•/ acres ; Edwar3.jSmithwick, Chowan, 350 acres ; John Feudally Per- 
quimans'TRiver, 640 acres; WiUiflnu^artlift, LittleTliver, Perqs., 
150 acres; J ohn North coat, do., 116 acres; John Tomling. Jjr., Per- 
quimans, 30(racrS7^WUlXajiiJ!Qml^ Little River. 288 do.; Wil- 
liam Wilkinson, Chowan, 412 acres (Sandy Point); Smithw ick War - 

1 burtqn, Mattacomack Creek, Chowan, 300 acres; jofin'H usjon, Lit- 
He River, Perquimans, 524 acres ; Richjtrd-^w^JL, Little River, Per- 

\ quimans, 400 acres; Charles Taylor^ do., 132 acres; Morgan Thnmfls, 

) do., Pasquotank, 250 acres; John_P^rce, Perquimans, 300 acres; 

I Ni ohnlfts Sim onSj^Chowan, 360 acrSa; TEomas^ otacey, Chowan, 100 

n acres; John^Foster,.Yawpim, in Chowan, 200 acres; Leona rd Lofiin, 

do., I20"acrer; GeorggJDear, Chowan, 124 acres; Vines Cropesley, 

1 Chowan, 400 acres (Greenfield); GeorgePiercy, Chowan, T87acrS; 
Argylfi_SijQ5ons, Yawpim River, Chowan, 400 acres; Ann Simons, 
aughter of WTatthew, Chowan, 124 acres; Edward Smit h wick « Mat- 
tacomack Creek, Chowan, 380 acres; John Hawlfiins^ Portabunk 
Creek, Pascotank, 350 acres; William C oUjns, Areniise Creek, Pas- 
cotank, 500 acres; He_nry Keeton, Newbe^un Creek, Pascotank, 200 
^) acres; Henrj^endleton^ do., 300 acres; Jon, and Amo s Truebloo d^ 
Arenuse Oreek, in Pascotank, 600 acres; Cnah Cannon .and Johji 
Sysbop* Pascotank, 350 acres; Wjlliam Jennings and Tho mas John - 

* son, Aranuse Creek, Pasco., 600 acres; John Pricklove, Perquimans 

* River, 400 acres; Jonatha]:i_Phelps^ Pefqiiimans River, 310 acres; 
I Augustine Sciyrborough, Pascotank River, 327 acres; William Tem- 
' plefT^ascotauk River, 191 acres; William Jackson, Little River, 

rasco., 312 acres; £:ft.bext Wallis, Pasco., 400 acres; James-JidviSi^ 
do., 160 acres ; Rt^lhfiS.Kelly^ Pasco tank, 360 acres; Robert L owry, 
do., 260 acres; W illiam Man, Little River, Perquimans, 120 acres; 
William Turner,' Little River, Perquimans, 310 ; Thomas Tweedy, 
^a;"30D^acres ; Richard Cragg, Pascotank, 500 acres; Patrick B^iyTe^ 
Pascotank, 221 acres; Saml I)avis do., 95 acres; Richard Ro oks, 

f I Deep Creek, Perquimans, 150 acres ; WiJUaui JSodfrey do., 350 acrea ; 
John Davis, Pascotank, 150 acres ; Jno. Godfrey, Perquimans, 320 
acres ; William Stewart, Perquimans, 238 acres ; Jos. Com mander , 
Deep Creek. Perquimans, 100 acres; Capt. John Hunt, Little River, 
Pascotank, 450 acres; Elizabeth Coals, Newbegun Creek, Pasco., 150 

^ acres; Edward Wilson. do., 250 acres; John We^, Pascotank, 600 
acres; John Belman, Sound, in Pascotank, 280 acres ; Geo. Fo rdyce 
Sound, in Chowan, 244 acres; Thos. Towers, Pascotank, 160 acres; 

. Isaac and Francis Delamare, Pascotank, 125 acres; Albert Albert- 
son, Jr., Deep Creek, Perquimans, 300 acres; Stephen Scott, Pasco- 
tank, 300 acres ; John Burnsby, Jr., Flatty Creek, Pasco., 200 acres; 
Peter Force, do., 194 acres; Cornelius Lurry, Perquimans, 150 acres; 
John Arnold, Little River, Perquimans, 150 acres; John TiUmhro— 
sief, Fhitty Creek, Pasco., 400 acres ; Ann and Elizabeth ^Waller, 

AND Genealogical Register. 303 

Perquimans, 350 acres; Richard Stamp, Flatty Creek, Pasco., 200 
acres ; Thomas Millei*, Pasco., 640 acres ; Benjamin West, Flatty Creek, 
Pasco., 400 acres; Anthony Markham, Flatty Creek, Pasco., 190 
acres; do.. Little River, Pasco., 560 acres; Isaac Rawden, Pascotank, 
230 acres; John Belman, Pascotank, 314 acres; Robert, Thomas 
and John West, Little River, Pascotank, 200 acres ; same. Flatty 
Creek, Pasco., 250; John Cooke, Yawpim, Perquimans, 300 acres; 
Thomas Man waring, Perquimans, 640 acres; Francis Tomes, 
do., 640 acres; Francis Wells, Chowan, 200 acres; Wil- 
liam Charlton, Chowan, 240 acres; Edward Holmes, Per- 
quimans, 450 acres; Thomas Pendleton, Pascotank, 350 acres; 
Richard Pope, Pascotank, 314 acres; Henry Palin, Jr., Pascotiank, 
334 acres; do., 139 acres; Thomas Barcock, Pascotank, 400 acres; 
Stephen Scott, S. W. Side Pascotank River, 274 acres; Richard 
Madrew, Pascotank, 150 acres; John Hawkins, Pascotank, 252 acres; 
Wm. Jennings, Pascotank, 450 acres; Thomas Sawyer, Pascotank, 
450 acres; do., 200 acres; Daniel Johnson, Little River, Pascotank, 
240 acres; Richard Woolerd, Yawpim, Perquimans, 300 acres; 
Lawrence Hunt, Perquimans, 200 acres; John Willough by, Per- 
quimans, 192 acres ; James Gadd, Pascotank, 200 acres; William 
Windberry, Pascotank, 250 acres; Henry' Sawyer, do, 190 acres; 
Thomas Cartright, do., 640 acres; Phillip Evans, do, 127 acres; 
Thomas Stanton, do., 424 acres; Thomas Speight, son and heir of 
Capt. William Speight. Perquimans, 320 acres; Thomas Speight, 
Chowan, 210 acres; John Jones, Pascotank, 318 acres; Robert Tay- 
lor, Pascotank, 640 acres; Rowland Berkley, Pasquotank, 350 acres; 
Francis Hendrick, do., 206 acres ; John Upton, do , 191 acres; John 
Mason, do., 176 aicres ; Cornelius Jones, do., 300 acres; William Ra- 
mon, do., 450 acres; John and Robert Sawyer, do., 400 acres; Wil- 
liam Bray, do., 350 acres; John Belman, do., 198; David Pritchard, 
do., 640 acres ; George Harris, do., 624 acres ; Ralph Garnett, do., 250 
acres; David Pritchard, Jr., do., 155 acres; Col. Thomas Pollock, 
Chowan, 640 acres ; do., 640 acres ; Thomas James, Pasquotank, 200 
acres; John Hopkins, Yawpim, 300 acres; do., Indyan Creek, Per- 
quimans, 300 acres; Jno. Porter, Jr., Chowan, 470 acres; John Por- 
ter Chowan, 298 acres; Patrick Bayley, Pascotank, 329 acres; 
Thomas Jones, Pasquotank, 230 acres; Sarah Sherwood, do., 250 
acres ; Henry White, do., 100 acres ; George Dear, Batts Grave, 27 
acres; Geo. Matthews, Perquimans, 200 acres ; James Thigpen, do., 
330 acres ; William Jackson, Sr., Pasquotank, 114 acres ; John Tom- 
ling, Sr, do., 534 acres; James Fisher, Yawpim Creek, 225 acres; 
John Stepney, do., 293 acres ; Hon. Thos. Harvey, Perquimans, 30U 
acres; Charles O'Neal, Flatty Creek, Pasquotank, 500 acres ; Thomas 
Luten, Chowan, 226 acres; Thos. Gilliam, Chowan, 560 acres; Ed- 
ward Smith wick, do., 270 acres; William Walston, do., 22i acres; 
Cotton Robinson, Chowan, 300 acres; do., 500 acres; John King, 
Chowan, 324 acres ; do., 150 acres; Thomas Garrett, Chowan, 500 
acres; James Blount, Chowan, 200 acres; Johanah Taylor, Per- 

304 North Carolina Historical 

quimans, 164 acres; Benj. Laker, do., 187 acres; Wm. Mowbray^ 
Pasquotank, '200 acres; James Hibbius and wife Eliuor. Yawpim 
River 284 acres; Johu Odum, Chowan, 350 acres; Henderson 
Walker, Chowan, 428 acres; do., Escheated land, 250 acres; Lewis 
Williams, Chowan, 650 acres; do., 400 acres; John Blount, Chowan, 
640 acres; Laurence Keeton, Pascotank, 204 acres; Thos. Cox, Cur- 
ratuck, 640 acres; Thomas Holloway, Little River, Perquimans. 200 
acres ; George Bullock, TulFs Creek, Coratuck, 550 acres' ; Benj. Reg- 
naud, Coratuck, 300 acres; Dennis Graham, Pascotank, 260 acres; 
John Sanderson, Coinjock Bay, Coratuck, 300 acres; John Shroud, 
Majork Creek, Coratuck, 300 acres; Edward Warren, Tu IPs Creek, 
Coratuck, 350 acres; Sam'i Jones, Holly Neck Poinf, Coratuck, 203 
acres; Gabriel Newby, Perquimans, 640 acres; Andrew Cdshnal, 
Coratuck, 50 acres; Dennis Cashnal, do., 290 acres; Edward Mayo, 
Pascoiank, 277 acres; Arthur Workman, Pascotank, 375 acres; 
Richard Harris, Coratuck, 268 acres; Richard Bright, Majork Creek, 
Currituck, 550 acres; Wm. Stafford, do., 640 acres, Col. Wm. Wil- 
kinson, Yawpim, 580 acres; Daniel Akehurst, Pasquotank, 250 
acres ; Richard Bryan, 494 acres , Wm. Haslett, 550 acres; Mr. Bay- 
ley, 560 acres; Henry Slade, 291^ acres; Jno. Hutson, 616 acres; 
Thos. Taylor, 352 acres; Jacob Overman, 468 acres; Joseph Chase, 
250 acres; do, 524 acres; Thos Vandermullen, 800 acres; Christo- 
pher Merchant, 908 acres; Edward Jones, 610 acres; Richard San- 
derson, 895 acres; Richard Sanderson, Jr., 1101 acres; John Pall, 
250 acres. Signed, Wm Glover, CI. OflSce. 

Members of the Legislature which met at house of , in 

Perquimans Precinct, Oct. 11, 1709: In the Upper House, Thomas 
Cary, President, John Porter, Francis Foster, Gabriel Newby, John 
Hawkins, Esqs., Lords Deputies. In the House of Burgesses, Capt. 
Nicholas Crisp, Stephen Swaine, James Beasley, Thomas CJark, Isaac 
Wilson, Timothy Cleare, Thomas Pearce, Saml. Nicholson, John 
Barrow, Cornelius Jones, Robert Morgan, John Norton, Caleb Bundy, 
Augustine Scarbrough, Joseph Wicker, Benj. Tulle, Wm. Nicholson, 
John Hodgson, William Stafford, Capt. Collingwood Wood, George 
Birkenhead, Capt. William Barrow, Capt. Emanuel Cleaves, Levi 
Truewhite, William Hancock. 

Deed from C. Gale, Jno. Lovick and E. Moseley, dated Nov. 1st, 
1723, to William Little for lot No. 8, in tcwn of Edenton, N. C , re- 
cites an Act passed by the Assembly Oct. 19, 1722, in which Chris- 
topher Gale, Jno. Lovick, Edward Moseley and Nicholas Crisp are 
directed ** to lay out 14U acres of certain lands, late the estate of 
Thomas Peterson, dec'd., most convenient to the Creek and nearest 
on a square into lots of half an acre each or thereabouts, and the 
same to sell or cause to be sold at publick vendue or outcry," etc. 

Thomas Piatt, of Virginia, at a Court held in July, 1703, brought 
suit against Joel Martin, Sr., of Pamlico, County of Bath, for pas- 
sage of himself and family to Pamlico in Sept., 1702. 

AND Genealogical Register. 805 

Christopher Buftin proved his rights, viz: Christopher Buftin, 
Wm. Winn, Rd. Bond, Doz. Winn, Elizabeth Winn, John Forman, 
Eliz. Forman, Grace Winn, Wm. Winn, Jr., Ed. Winn, Mary Winn, 
Lamuel Winn. John Brise, Simon Alderson. Henry Slade, Jr., Hes- 
ter Dareby, John Wormington. 

Jeremiah Goodridge proved his rights, viz: Jeremiah Goodridge, 
Walter Craddock, Jacob Littelwood, Jon Mosley, Obadiah Pren- 
guellon, Jon Billousley, Henry Clark, Thos Webb. 

Benjamin Barrington proved his rights, viz: Benj. Barrington, 
Eliz. Barrington, Mary Barrington. 

John Nelson, Sr., proved his rights, to-wit: Jon Nelson, Sr., his 
wife Jane, Eliz , Mary, Thomas and Aron Nelson. 

Capt. Henry Smith proved his rights : Henry Smith, Wm. Brown, 
Richd. Stanley, Eliz. Davis, Ed. Davis, Alis Davis,Wm. Davis, Tbos. 
Davis, Ed. Pitts, An Stephens, Eliz. Toogood. 

Jo. Rodgers proved his rights: Joseph Rodgers, Charles Hoplin, 
Jos. Bowden, Mary Rodgers, Hannah Cockarum, Joseph Franks, 
Eliz. Dearham, Nathl. Cockarum, Joseph, Lydia and Mary Cockarum, 
Magdalin Napkin, Jon James, Henry, Mary, Henry, Jr., and Francis 
Fleatwood, William and Richard Holeman. 

Lodovick Martin's Rights: Lodovick, Mary, Eliz, William and 
Lodovick Martin, Jr. 

Hannah Cockrum proved her rights: Hannah, Nathl., Joseph, 
Lydia and Mary Cockrum, Magdalin Napkin. 

George Mungummery's rights proved : George, Elizabeth and Jon 

jSeo. Bi rke nhead pro ved his rights: George and Thomas Birken- 

James Hogg's rights proved, viz: Jacob, Mary, Jon and Mary 
Cnilson, Jr., Jon Crocker. 

Jacob Littelwood proved his rights, viz : Jacob Littelwood Wal- 
ter Craddock, Jno. Anesley, Obadiah Bengumellton. 

Wm. Reed's rights proved, viz: Jon Read 3 passages. 

Jno. Nelson's rights proved: Jno. Nelson, Jr., Jno. Nelson, Sr., 
Judith Woodis, Will Capps. 

Thomas Dearham's rights proved, viz : Francis Sprye, Benj., Eliz. 
and Mary Barrington, Bobert and Margaret O'Neale, Oliver Smith, 
Thomas, Elizabeth, Mary, Richard, Ann, Joseph, Francis and Eli- 
zabeth Dearham, Jr., Stephen ye niger, Jon. Kindred, Wm. Row- 
land, Thomas Dearham, Sr., Robert Brite, Susanna King, Eliz. 
Knight,! William Cunningham.* 

Commission of Christopher Gale as Attorney-General (no date). 

Patrick Bayley married the widow of Sam'l Ratcliff. 

Edward I'aylor, Clerk of Curatuck Precinct Court in 1706; suc- 
ceeded by Jos. Wicker. 

'Court held at house of Mr. James Neville, Oct. 7, 1701. All the above rights 
were proved at that time. Levi Truewhite, Clk. 



306 North Carolina Historical 

James Fewox proved his rights, viz: himself, wife Aun, Robert 
Fewox, Edward Bacheller and Edward Bacheller. 

Letter of Joshua Lamb, of Roxbury, Mass., to the Hon. Governor 
of N. Carolina: "On the 2l8t of November I saw a letter from 
your Honour, sent to Col. Paige, wherein you were pleased to ac- 
quaint him, that our title to Roanoke Island was questioned and 
that no record could be found of my father's purchasing of it. I 
thought meet therefore by the first opportunity to acquaint your 
Honour that my father bought the island of Sir William Berke- 
ley * one of the Proprietors of Carolina, and then Governor of Vir- 
ginia, on ye 17 of April, 1676, which deed was recorded Dec. 20, 
1676, by Paul Latham Clk and was also recorded in our records 
in Boston. So that our title is legal and substantial. My father 
sold one half of ye Island to Col. Page, and a quarter to Mr. Pardridge, 
and ye other quarter still remains in my hands. I intreat your 
Honour to be so favorable to us, that all needless trouble and charge 
to us may be prevented. I purpose ere long to dispose of what part 
is yet at my dispose to one of the Inhabitants of Carolina, being at 
such a distance that I can't have any advantage by it. 
I am Your Honour's 

Most humble servant, 

Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 5, 1704. Joshua Lamb. 

To the Hon. Robert Daniel, Esq., Governor of North Carolina. 

Nicholas Paige, of Boston, writes the Hon. Governor Sept. 20, 
1764, as follows : " I have received yours of the 23d Aug't for 
which I give you hearty thanks for your kindness in advising me 
of my interest in Roanoke Island. The Island was ye Gov. Stephens, 
he dying left it to his wife. Sir William Berkeley then Governor of 
Virginia, married ye widow and hee and his L<idy sold ye Island to 
Mr. Joshua Lamb, father to this Capt. Lamb, and ye one-half which 
I now own was bought of Mr. Joshua Lamb and soo hold it from 
him. It cost near three hundred pounds. * * * ♦ Your humble 
servant to command. Nicholas Paige. 

To His Excellency 

Robert Daniel, now Governor of N. C. 

♦ Sir William Berkeley married the widow of Gov. Stephens, who died in 1669. 
he succeeded William Drummond as (Governor, who went to Virginia in 1667, 
and later engaged in Bacon's rebellion, and was summarily executed by Gk>v. 
Berkeley on the 16th day of May, 1679, being tried at 10 o'clock and executed at 
4 o'clock the same day. All historians have spoken of Governor Drummond in 
terms of highest encomium, while a dark cloud hangs, and will ever hang, over 
the memory of Berkeley, for his brutal and inhuman execution of Drummond. 
Gov. Drummond left a widow, Sarah Drummond, one son, John, of whom we 
have no record, and a daughter, Sarah, who married Samuel Swann, born May 
11, 1653. She dying, he married second, Elizabeth, daughter of Major Alex. 
Lillington and widow of Col. John Sandal. By this marriage Sarah Swann, 
wife of Frederick Jones and Elizabeth Swann, who married John Baptiste Ashe. 
The State has cause to be proud of the descendants of the Jones and Ashes, the 
pages of her history are filled with their deeds, as scholars, soldiers, statesmen and 
citizens. We are glad to know that the race is not extinct, and that there still 
lives worthy sons of these noble sires. 


J. R. B. Hathaway, Editor and Financiai. Agent, Edenton, N. C. 



Albemarle being the first settled, was (he first organized county in 
Carolina. The date of its incorporation is not definitely known, 
probably by the Legislature which met in 1666. It existed as early 
as 1670, as clearly shown by the court records of that date — a copy 
of a minute docket of the Court of Albemarle county has already 
been published in No. 1 of The Register (see No. 1, page 135). 

It was composed of the Precincts of Carteret, Berkeley and Shaftes- 
bury, the first named covering the territory now occupied by the 
<X)unties of Currituck, Pasquotank and Camden. The last named 
county was a part of Pasquotank until about the close of the Revo- 
lutionary war. Alligator, on the south side of the Albemarle Sound, 
was for a number of years a part of Pasquotank Precinct. 

Berkeley Precinct included what is now known as Perquimans 
County and a small portion of Gates County lying contiguous to 
Perquimans, which was separated in 1779 and placed with other 
territory taken from Chowan County to form Gates County. 

Shaftesbury later known as Chowan Precinct, embraced a large 
area of territory, corresponding to the present counties of Chowan, 
Oates, Hertford, Northampton, Bertie, Tyrrell, Washington and 
Martin. In 1722 Bertie was erected into a separate Precinct, taking 
all the territory west of the Chowan River under its jurisdiction, 
which extended as far as the Anglo-Saxon had penetrated the wilder- 
ness, felled the forests and turned to the sunlight the soil that had 
been hidden for so many centuries. It was also called the "West 
Shore" on account of its location on the west side of Chowan River. 
Northampton and Hertford counties were formed of territory origin- 
ally part of Chowan, later of Bertie County — the former was incor- 
porated in 1741, the latter in 1749. The Precinct of Tyrrell was set 
apart in 1729, taking the territory on the south side of the Albe- 
marle Sound, and as far up the Morattuck (Roanoke) River as Rain- 
bow Banks. It was called the "South Shore," as it was on the south 

308 North Carolina Historical 

side of the Albemarle Sound. The Morattuck River was the dividing 
line between the Precincts of Bertie and Tyrrell. After the loss of 
these two Precincts, Chowan retained only that portion of her terri- 
tory, north of the Albemarle Sound and east of the Chowan River. 
Her boundaries continued intact until 1779, when Gates County was 
organized, including in her boundaries a small part of Perquimans, 
which was placed with that taken from Chowan. After all these divi- 
sions and subdivisions had been made, the boundaries of Chowan 
have remained the same to the present day, and are as follows; 
" Beginning at the mouth of the Yoppim River on Albemarle Sound, 
thence running up the middle of said River to its source, thence up 
the Mill Creek to Wilder's Mill, thence up the main channel of the 
mill pond and swamp to Hathaway's bridge on Bain's Road, then 
N. 17° W. 569 chains to a cypress at Caleb Goodwin's bridge on the 
Cattail Swamp, thence N. 4° W. 309 chains to the Crane Pond where 
it crosses the Sandy Ridge Road, thence along the Sandy Ridge 
Road by various courses 639 chains to Gates County line, thence 
along the Gates County line to Catherine Creek, thence down' the 
middle of said creek to the Chowan River, then down said River to 
Albemarle Sound, thence down the said Sound to the first station. 
(See Map and Report of Commissioners in ofiSce Register of Deeds 
of Chowan County.) 

Courts appear to have been held in Albemarle County as early as 
1670, and possibly prior thereto. The earliest minute docket thus far 
found is dated in that year and has already been referred to above. 
The records of Albemarle County Courts are to be found in the 
Court House at Edenton in a fair state of preservation, and contain 
most of the early history of the Albemarle section of North Caro- 
lina. The Courts were held regularly, and in the absence of Court 
Houses, the private dwellings of her citizens were utilized for thai 
purpose. No record of the existence of any Court House has been 
found earlier than 1718. This building seems to have been first used 
Nov 11, 1718 (Col. Rec, Vol. II, page 314), was located at Edenton, 
and was in existence in 1729. Tradition says that the present struc- 
ture is the same as that used in 1718, but the records do not sustain 
the tradition, hence it must fall. Col. Wm. Byrd, of the surveying 
party on the part of Virginia to run the boundary line between 
that State and North Carolina, visited Edenton in March, 1729, and 
in bis Reminiscences, Vol. I, page'^59, speaks of the Court House, as 

AND Genealoqical Registes. 309 

having the appearance of a *' common Tobacco Barn.'' This was 
evidently the wooden building first erected, and not the handsome 
"Brick Edifice" which now fronts Eden ton Bay. Deeds are on 
record in the Register of Deeds ofiSce of this county from the Com- 
missioners of Edenton to the Justices of the Peace of Chowan Pre- 
cinct, dated in 1722, for lots Nos. 58 and 59, " old plan of the Town," 
upon which to erect a Court House; but as these lots were afterwards 
sold by the Commissioners to other parties in 1738, having lapsed 
for want of a building, we are forced to conclude that the wooden 
building stood on the same lot on which stands the present edifice 
of brick, with its stone floor and elegant panel work in the large room 
of the second story. The brick and material of which this building 
is composed, is said to have been brought directly from England — 
this is, however, tradition, and we have no record evidence to sus- 
tain it. The date of the erection of the second building has not yet 
been ascertained. We hope to find it among the records as we pro- 
ceed with our work, and give it to our readers in a future number. 
It is hard to realize, in this progressive age, the serious inconve- 
niences, privations and hardships that environed the early settlers 
of Cfarolina, in every department of life. The country was sparsely 
settled, neighbors were frequently miles away. Without roads or pub- 
lic conveyances they were forced to make their journeys on foot or 
horseback along Indian paths or trails, with the savage and wild 
beast roaming at will the dense forests surrounding them on every 
side. The Port of Roanoke (Edenton) was the metropolis, and many 
of those having business, public or private, were compelled in many 
instances to travel thither as indicated above, from sixty to seventy- 
five miles, and frequently cross the Albemarle Sound in an " Indian 
Dugout," to reach their courts, or procure such articles as had been 
imported into the Colony, that were necessary for the maintenance 
of their families and promotive of their business. The processes of 
the Courts were executed by a Marshal, who had deputies living in dif- 
ferent parts of the several precincts. Arrest and imprisonment for 
debt was frequent. Their communication the one with the other 
living at diflferent points in the county was exceedingly diflBcult. 
There were no mail routes, and the pockets of the traveller consti- 
tuted their only mail bags — uncertain, and often vexatious, as care- 
lessness and forgetfulness caused frequently weeks of delay in re- 
ceiving replies to letters conveyed in this manner. The same diffi- 

810 NoBTH Caeolina Historical 

culty appears in passing the titles to real estate. Deeds were allowed 
to accumulate in a neighborhood until the number justified the ap- 
pointment of some one person in the community armed with pow- 
ers of attorney to repair to the nearest place of Probate, and have 
them properly probated and recorded, hence we find the same wit- 
nesses to perhiEips six or eight instruments recorded at the same time. 

Tobacco and pork, in the absence of money (which seems to have 
been but little used in business transactions), were the legal tenders 
of the country. The judgments of the Courts were given payable in 
80 many pounds of either one or the other of these commodities. 
Imagine in this age a business man stopping to weigh tobacco or 
pork, receive the same and transport it to his place of business in 
exchange for other articles to be similarly transported by the pur- 
chasers. It would clog business to such an extent as to create chaos 
in the mercantile world, and almost drive the business men of our 
day to the Insane Asylum or suicide. Yet our ancestors managed 
to thrive and prosper under this system, and bore all their priva- 
tions and inconveniences with cheerful spirits, looking only to the 
solid foundations' they were laying upon which was to be reared by 
coming generations a social fabric destined to be the pride of every 
North Carolinian and the envy of the civilized world. 

Marriages were frequent among the early settlers ; the men mar- 
ried as soon as they reached manhood, and the girls at fourteen and 
fifteen years of age. It was unsafe for females to be left alone, on 
account of the country being filled with savages and wild beasts. A 
male protector was an absolute necessity for their safety. For this 
reason we frequently find widows marrying in a few weeks or months 
after the death of their husbands, their newly acquired mate joining 
with the widow in the administration upon her deceased husband's 
estate. In our age this would appear very hasty, and be considered 
in very bad taste; but circumstances in that day necessitated speedy 
marriages, and the gentlemen and ladies easily and gracefully 
adopted and appropriated the necessities of the occasion. We find 
many " much married persons" among the early settlers. We find 
ladies who had been married four and five times, and gentlemen 
who had been so unfortunate as to lose as many wives. Divorces 
were unknown; death alone dissolved the marriage tie. 

Special care was taken of the orphans. They were reported to the 
proper authorities, who assigned them " to dwell until of mature age'' 

AND Genealogical Register. 311 

with persons of good character, who were charged to teach them to 
read and write, and have a proper care for their physical and moral 
training. It has been a pleasure to the writer to take especial notice 
of the solicitous care and tender thoughtfulness of the authorities in 
this respect which runs all through the records of the Court in those 
early days. This duty has been taken from the authorities to a 
very large extent in the present age by the Orphan Asylums of 
North Carolina. They are doing a most excellent work in this de- 
partment of Christian work, and should receive every consideration 
and support the people can command and extend. Take care of 
the children; the future of your State depends upon the characters 
they form in youth. The waif thrown carelessly upon the world 
without check or balance may in the years of manhood or woman- 
hood bring upon a community a countless multitude of woes. 

The only factor in facilitating the exchanges of the country were 
sail vessels. Steam had not been invented, and was yet some dis- 
tance in the future. Many of the settlers were Mariners, who 
ploughed the briny deep for a support for their families, brought to 
their homes the products of the Isles of the Seas, and laid the con- 
tinents under contribution for their comfort and welfare. Rum, mo- 
lasses and slaves were the chief imports, while tobacco, pork, corn 
and the skins of wild animals constituted the chief items of export. 

There were no institutions of learning — the home was the school- 
house in which the children were trained and the mother was the 
teacher. Here they learned to read and write, were taught the duties 
of a housewife, and had correct principles instilled by a mother's 
" line upon line and precept upon precept," her own example being 
the model after which their characters were formed. It is a matter of 
no surprise, under such circumstances, that the men and women 
were of such robust, sturdy character. Such a people necessarily made 
their impress upon the coming generation, and they, in turn, upon 
the succeeding, until our present civilization has been evolved and 
become the monument that tells posterity of the achievements of 
the noble sons and daughters who first settled Carolina. There 
were but few churches, none prior to 1702, and but three as late as 
1708. For the greater part of the time they were without shepherds 
to feed the flock ; here and there services were infrequently held at 
private houses, yet they seem to have held to the faith of their fath- 
ers, and after awhile churches were built and ministers secured to 

312 North Carolina Historical 

ofiSciate in them. It is wonderful how much was accomplished in 
the intellectual and moral training of the people under such adverse 
circumstances. We find running all through the early records a 
charming simplicity of honesty and morals that would b^ a credit 
to the present age, and looking back to the simplicity of life in those 
days and contrasting it with the conventionalities of society at the 
present, we are forced to conclude that there was more real, sub- 
stantial happiness then than now; there was a freedom without 
license in their social intercourse that placed all visitors at perfect 
ease, made them feel welcome and at home in the rude unpreten- 
tious log-houses in which all dwelt, I imagine, far different from the 
strict adherence to style and etiquette we find in so many of the 
splendid homes of the present day. 

Chowan County, as at present constituted, has about forty miles 
of water-front on the Chowan River and Albemarle Sound. Its 
sailing and fishing facilities are immense. The original settlers (the 
Indians) appropriated in the fullest measure their riparian rights. 
They lived upon the water and in the forest. These constituted his 
only smoke-houses, and as a result they had no use for money. No 
legislation was required as to ratios, whether it should be 16 to 1 or 
no ratio at all. Money never crossed his mind by day or disturbed 
his slumbers by night — so they had enough to satisfy the cravings of 
their appetites for the one day it was suflBcient, the morrow took 
care of itself. They lived upon fish taken from the water and the 
game captured in the forest. The fishing advantages of this part of 
Eastera Carolina have been a large factor in supplying the people 
with food for their families and money to meet their demands* 
Many pages could be written upon this industry, but we must con- 
tent ourselves with what has been written and simply add, as in the 
early times, so now a large part of our population are fed and 
clothed by the fish that are taken from Chowan River and Albe- 
marle Sound. 

Cotton, corn and peanuts are the chief staples of the soil, while 
shad, herring, perch, rock and sturgeon are the chief products of the 
water. The population of the county is about 11,000, about one- 
half of whom are negroes, former slaves of the whites. 

Albemarle County was shortlived — about threescore years and 
ten marks the limit of its existence. In 1738 the Legislature passed 
an Act changing the names of the precincts to that of counties, and 

AND Genealogical Register. 313 

Albemarle County passed silently from the map of North Carolina. 
It served well the purposes of its creation, and will live in history 
as long as the State endures. All honor to its memory. 

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Wb thank our many friends for their kind words in commenda- 
tion of The Register, as well as the substantial aid we have re- 
ceived from them in the way of subscriptions. 

The next issue will contain an article from the Historian of the 
North Carolina Society of Colonial Dames, at Wilmington, N. C. 
We have extended them a space in each issue of our publication, in 
order that the members of the Society may keep informed of the 
transactions of this most excellent Society. We hope it may prove 
mutually beneficial in increasing their numbers, and also adding 
to the number of our subscribers. 

We will publish in our next a list of the periodicals and books 
we have received, with short reviews of each. 

314 North Carolina Historical 


Wanted, all the Blount genealogy that can be had. 

Isaac Hill, in his will executed in 1710, mentions daughter Mar- 
tha? Whom did she marry? 

A correspondent in Columbia, 8. C, wishes information of the 
Westons of Chowan and Bertie counties. 

W.-E. L., of San Francisco, Cal., would be glad to have informa- 
tion of the Loys and Tillmans of Alamance and Guilford. 

Lady in Wilmington wishes information of Abner Andrews, his 
ancestor; they intermarried with the Williams of Bertie. 

Lady in Newbern wishes information of the Wilkinson family as 
for back as 1730; they were of Chowan and Bertie counties. 

Lady in Massachusetts writes for information of Henry Burges^ 
who went from Boston to Cape Fear about one hundred years ago. 

Gentleman in Meridian, Miss., is anxious to secure fac simile of the 
Coat of Arms of the Blount family ; also that of the Hoskins in colors. 

Lady residing in Nash County, N. C, wants information of the 
Bennett family to connect it with Richard Bennett, Governor of Vir- 

Lady in Wilmington, desires us to tell her of the ancestry of Enoch 
Ward, of Carteret County, N. C. He was a captain in the Revolu- 
tionary war. 

J. E. W., of Tennessee, would be pleased to know of Richard 
Washine:ton's descendants; he came to Bertie County from Virginia 
about 1715. 

Lady desires to know whom Whitmell Blount, son of Thomas 
Blount and Mrs. Elizabeth Pollock nee Whitmell married. Was it 
Amelia Bryan? 

Lady of Wilmington, N. C, desires the connection between the 
Bryants, Taylors, Buttons, Urquharts and Norfleets, of Bertie and 
Halifax counties. 

Information is desired by a lady in Washington City, D. C, relat- 
ing to the Hutchings family of Virginia, later of North Carolina; 
and the Bonner families. 

Gentleman in Washington City, D. C, asks relative to Miles Long 
and Thomas Long, who went to Massachusetts in 1760 from Eden- 
ton ; wants their ancestors. 

G. S. D., of New Haven, Conn., enquires for Ross genealogy. Rev. 
Martin Ross is of the family he desires; they located in the Albe- 
marle section of North Carolina. 

AND Gbnbalogical Registbr. 315 

Wanted, all the Alston records possible. Who was Mary Clarke 
the wife of John Alston ? They were married prior to 1700. Give 
us all the information you can on this point. 

Gentleman living in Georgia calls our attention to an error in the 
will of Gabriel Johnston; says his sister Elizabeth did not marry 
Sinclair. A correction will appear in No. 3. 

All the history bearing upon the Dawson family from 1735 to 
1790 is desired. There were two John Dawson's about 1750; one 
from Edgecombe County. Please tell us about the other. 

Lady in Bertie County writes for the full name of the wife of Ed- 
mond or Edmonson Dunston, of Chowan County; also all Dunston 
information from 1740 down. Who can assist the lady? 

Miss I. U. G., of Atlanta, writes to know of the GleiSns of North 
Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. Hon. R. B. Glenn, of Win- 
ston, is of this family. Any information gratefully received. 

Lady in Alabama earnestly desires family history of Lewis Bond, 
who married Dorothea Rutledge or Rutland and moved to near 
Milledgeville, Ga.; also of John Houghton, who moved to Green 
County, Ga. 

Lady in Washington City will be glad to learn of Edward Holmes^ 
of Brunswick County, N. C. He had a son, Richard, born 1779, rep- 
resented Bladen County in the Legislature. He removed to Geor- 
gia. Give us his ancestors, etc. 

Lady in Washington City, D. C, requests the connection between 
the Blake and Baker families. Will some of our readers please sup- 
ply it. Also history of William Chauncey, who took up land in 
1714 in Albemarle County, N. C. 

Dr. E. W. Pugh, of Windsor, N. C, says that Sallie Hill married 
Maj. Frank Pugh; Winnefred Hill married William Scott Pugh, 
and Mary Hill married Thomas Ballard. They were daughters of 
John Hill, of Bertie County, N. C. 

Hon. W. A. Cook, of Warrenton, N. C„ answers query in No. 1 as 
follows: Solomon Alston, son of Judge John, married Ann Hinton; 
Sarah married Benjamin Blanchard, their daughter Millison married 
Nath'l Jones, father of Seth Jones, etc. 

Mary Hunter married, first, Henry CoflBeld; second, M. Dawson ; 
third, Joseph Bryan. Please give us the Coffield descendants ; also 
the Dawsons. Mary Hunter was the daughter of Henry Hunter 
and Sarah Whitmell, of Bertie County, N. C. 

Correspondent in Georgia wants information of Edward GriflSth, 
of Craven. Did one of his daughters marry Wilson Blount? Ed- 
ward GriflBth was appointed one of the Commissioners of Newbern 
in 1751. Please give full information of the family. 

316 North Carolina Historical 

Wanted, by a geulleman in Salisbury, N. C, all the information 
he can get of the Pughs and Wynns. Benjamin Wynn married 
Margaret Pugh. Whose daughter was she, etc.? Also of the Greg- 
orys; ancestors of James, who was born in Gates County in 1752. 

Miss A. B. N. seeks information of Matthew Rabun who married 
Sarah Warren and removed from Halifax, N. C, to GLeorgia about 
1784 or '85 ; also of the Dicken family into which William North- 
ern married. He married Margaret Dicken, daughter of Ephraim 
and Sarah Dicken. 

Lady in Memphis, Tenn., enquires for the connection between the 
Baker and Hoskins family ; also of Edward Jones, of Stokes or Wilkes 
County, N. C, and his wife Rebecca Jones, daughter of John and 
Elizabeth Batte; also of Mark Moore and wife Sarah Mason, of North- 
ampton Coudty, N. C. They were living in 1758. 

Lady of Selma, Ala., enquires for Major Muscentine or Mussenden, 
buried at Statesville, N. C; also John Knox, who married Jane 
Gracy. They are buried at Thyatira, Rowan County; also of Albert 
Torrence, who married Elizabeth Hackett. Her father was Thomas 
Hackett. Who can assist this lady ? 

H. F. C, of Kentucky, desires to know of the ancestors of Peter 
and William Tyler, who removed to Kentucky from North Carolina 
between 1785 and 1790, it is said, from Tyrrell County. Edward 
Tyler (a descendant of Robert Tyler and wife Jane, who settled in 
Calvert County, Md.), came to North Carolina about 1720. 

A gentleman living in Pitt County desires the names of Joseph 
Bryan's parents, who lived and died in Craven County; was a mem- 
ber of the General Assembly in 1754, His wife was Sarah Maule, 
daughter of Dr. Patrick Maule. They had children, John, Sarah, 
Mary and Barbara ; also the relationship between the Maules and the 
Grays of Bertie County, N. C. 

Lady at Fort Scott, Kansas, wants the family record of William 
Hogan, who was born in North Carolina about 1750, and went with 
Daniel Boone on his first trip to Kentucky, with a lot of volunteers 
and emigrants; later they lived at Bryant's Station. William is said 
to have married there and his first son, David, was born there June 
17, 1781; said to have been the second boy born in Kentucky. 

J. G. B., Cheyenne Agency, South Dakota, desires to know of 
Archibald Bullock, President, etc., of Georgia 1776-7; also of the 
Lewis family, who appear to have moved from Virginia to North 
Carolina, then to South Carolina and then to Georgia before 1760. 
The first one was Samuel and wife Mary. Their sons were Abra- 
ham, Judah, Elijah, Jacob, Joseph, John, Samuel, Isaac and a 
daughter Demaris. 

AND Genealogical Register. 317 

Clergyman in Washington City, D. C, writes to know of the Aver- 
its of Bertie County, N. C. Any and all information will be gladly 
received. Also the relationship between Lewis and Edward Bryan, 
of Bertie County, N. C. There were two Edwards; one was the son 
of Lewis, the other Edward is the one whose relation to Lewis is de- 
sired. Lewis came to Bertie County in 1713, and Edward about the 
same time. They were contemporaries. 

Joel, Jesse, Jonathan, and Joseph Lane were the sons of Joseph 
Lane and Patience Quinney, who lived in Halifax County, N. C, 
Joseph Lane, Sr., having been born in 1710 and his wife in 1715, 
and married in 1730. Sarah Lane, a descendant of the above, lived 
near Goldsboro ; afterwards moved to Georgia and died at Barnes- 
ville in 1865. Her husband was Joseph Williams. She had one 
brother, John Lane, who died in Georgia. Family descendants dead. 

Lady in Charlotte writes for information of James Harvey, who 
lived until 1808, and died in Georgia. He married Sarah Clarke, 
daughter of John and Judith Clarke. James' father was Thomas 
Harvey. Administration on Thomas Harvey's estate was taken out 
by James, John, Michael and Evan Harvey, his sons. Wanted the 
connection between Thomas Harvey, the father, and the Harvey fam- 
ily in Perquimans County, N. C. Can any of our readers give it? 

Jonathan Jacocks married Mary Blount; they both died in 1735 
in Bertie County, N. C, and left children Jonathan II, Charles 
Worth, Joseph, Thomas and Elizabeth. No trace of Joseph can be 
found ; information desired of his descendants. Elizabeth also; the 
last record of her is in 1747, when she went into Court, being then 
about 17 years of age, and chose Edward Bryan as her guardian. 
Mrs. Bryan (Martha West) was her cousin. Whom did Elizabeth 
Jacocks marry ? 

Lady in Birmingham, Ala., has thus far sought without success 
information of Chas. Harrington, who married Agnes Hill. She 
requests us to insert a Query. Their sons were Whitmell, Drury or 
Drewry, Philemon, John (also called Young John). Young was a 
surname in the family. Chas. Harrington was wounded at Ala- 
mance. It is thought that he lived in Chatham County, N. C. The 
names Whitmell, Drury or Drewry suggest Bertie or some adjoin- 
ing County [Editor]. Please help the lady with what information 
you have. 

Gentleman writes to know the connection between the Tunstalls 
and Randolphs. Pheribee Savage married, 1st, Francis Pugh; 2d, 
Thomas Barker. Issue by last marriage only one daughter, Betsy 
Barker, married Col. Wm. Tunstall, of Virginia, Peyton Randolph, 
of Williamsburg, was the guardian of Betsy Barker. The relation- 
ship came through her mother, as her father was from Rhode Island. 
We have had several enquiries on this point, and hope some one 

318 North Carolina Historical 

will be able to answer, giving us the relationship about 1730 between 
the Savage and Randolph families of Virginia. 

Mrs. T. P., of Atlanta, Georgia, requests information of Parnelia 
Burton, daughter of Thomas and Mary Nunnelee Burton. They 
came from Virginia and settled in Wilkes County, Georgia. He 
served in the Revolution in Elijah Clark's command. His father 
was named Thomas and came from Richmond, Va. Are they 
descendants of John Burton who died in Henrico County, Va., in 
1687 ; and also of Noel H. Burton ; also of Luke Ross, of Martin 
County, N. C, who moved to Macon, Georgia, in 1821 ? Lewellyns 
and Bennetts are also connected with this family. 

J. R. N., of Atlanta, desires to know of Joel, Jesse, Joseph and 
J6nathan, or John, Lane brothers. Joel died in Raleigh, Jesse re- 
moved to Georgia, died near Athens, Ga., in 1806; of Jonathan and 
Joseph, he has no definite information; John Williams married 
either Jonathan or Joseph Lane's daughter. She died in Barnes- 
ville, Ga., in 1855, about one hundred years of age. John Williams 
died many years before. Where? Gen. Joseph Lane, candidate for 
Vice-President in 1860, was of this same family. He was a grand- 
son of Esther Bryan, who was born about 1760, a granddaughter of 
Needham Bryan and wife Ann Rombeau. Please tell us what you 
know of this family. 

W.W. C. T., of Atlanta, Ga., seeks information of Martha R. Dudley, 
wife of James Napier Torrance ; was a daughter of John Alston Dud- 
ley and Mary Robinson, his wife; moved from North Carolin to 
Alabama ; their only surviving child now lives in the vicinity of 
Montgomery, Ala. John Alston Dudley was the only son of Sir 
Thomas Dudley, who came to this country early during the Revolu- 
tion from England ; settled in Virginia and thence to North Caro- 
lina where he married Sallie Alston. Who can supply the ancestors 
of Sallie Alston, both on her father's and mother's side. Mary Rob- 
inson was the daughter of Cornelius Robinson and wife Elizabeth 
Pickett, both of North Carolina. Also record of the Torrance 

H. B. D., of St. Louis, Mo., earnestly desires a full record of Thomas 
Beasley Dula, or Dooley, son of William Dula, or Dooley, of Wilkes 
or Caldwell County, N. C., born about 1759 and died about 1840; 
his father was a large property holder along the Yadkin. From 
whence did he come, and in what capacity did he serve in the Revo- 
lution ? Thomas Beasley Dula was born in Wilkes County in 1784 
and died there in 1730. Please give us his descendants and tell us 
where a copy of his will can be found. Thomas B. Dula married, 
about 1806, Elizabeth Hulme, or Hume, daughter of Capt. Wm. 
Hulme, or Hume, of Eastern North Carolina, said to have repre- 
sented bis county and district for twelve years in both branches of 
the General Assembly. Also all information relating to Richard 


Hines Blount, of Pitt County ; his father, Allen Blount, married 
Miss Garr, daughter of Jonas Carr. 

The Early Settlers of Alabama, a volume in cloth binding of 530 
pages, is on our table, edited by James E. Saunders, (a relative of 
CoT. W. L. Saunders), and his granddaughter, Mrs. Stubbs. It is an 
exceedingly valuable publication. It is both Historical and Genea- 
logical, and is written with an ease and grace of style that captivates 
the reader and holds his attention to the close of the article. It gives 
valuable historical sketches of the Western Campaign during the 
" War between the States," which the writer has not before had the 
pleasure of perusing. The work adds much to the historical and 
genealogical lore of the century. There are thousands of families 
directly interested in its contents, who can not afiford to be without 
it. Its genealogy runs through almost every Southern State. Price 
$3.25 delivered, and can be had of Mrs. W. C. Stubbs, Louisiana 
Sugar Experiment Station, Audubon Park, La. 

Lady in Nashville, Tenn., is very anxious to learn of Benjamin 
White and wife Miss Needham. His own son John served seven 
years in the Revolutionary War, and after the war married Rebecca 
Cathey; removed to Georgia and from there to Tennessee about 
1800. Archibald Cathey was the father of Rebecca, who mar- 
ried John White; also information of William Gooch and wife Miss 
Rice who lived in Caswell County, N. C. He died about 1801. 
Their sons Thomas, Nathan and David removed to Tennessee; also 
forbears of Elizabeth Anthony who married Thomas Gooch; also 
Gordons and Kennedys. John Kennedy was killed by Indians while 
returning from the wilderness of Kentucky to North Carolina; also 
of Courtney Sivills who married Martin Lane, of Raleigh, N. C. 
She lived at the time of her marriage with her uncle, Joshua Suggs; 
also of the Laceys. A century ago a branch of the North Carolina 
family settled in Hopkins County, Ky. 

Lady in Atlanta, Ga., wishes the following query inserted. She 
desires the descendants of Daniel Tucker, one of the first Governors 
of Virginia. They originally settled near Norfolk, coming from the 
Bermuda Islands. William Tucker married Christian Raiford ; 
they had grandsons in the Revolutionary War. They appear in 
South Carolina. Phillip Raiford, Justice of the Peace of Craven 
County in 1758. He was the father of Sarah, who married Genl. 
John Pearson, of Fairfield. In 1751, he was Lieutenant in Captain 
Fairchild's Rangers, and his brother William a private. 

Isaac Raiford died in Columbia, S. C, in 1815, nearly a hundred 

years old. One of his daughters married Kesler, another the 

celebrated Moses Kirkland, and yet another (Mary) married Capt. 
John Pearson, father of Genl. John Pearson above. Mathew Rai- 
ford, of North Carolina, will executed in 1752, mentions children 
Mathew, Mary, Ann, Rebecca, Philip, Robert, William, Grace and 

320 N. C. Historical and Genealogical Register. 

Drucilla. This Phillip was probably the same of South Carolina, 
and Robert, Captain (brevet Major) 8 N. C. Continental Line, mem- 
ber of the Order of the Cincinnati. Phillip Raiford was member of 
House of Burgesses of North Carolina in 1779. John Raiford was 
an officer in North Carolina Continental Line. Phillip Raiford, of 
Cumberland County, N. C, married Jane Armstrong. Her father 
was a native of Bath, England. They had but one son, Robert, 
father of Col. Phillip, and Sarah married Eve. Robert mar- 
ried Henrietta Newby, of Cumberland County, N. C. Phillip the 
elder was paymaster under Genl. Nathl. Greene. Alexander Rai- 
ford was the only brother of Phillip. They had four or five sisters, 
who married Robertson, Pickett, Terry end De Jarnette. Their de- 
scendants moved to Virginia and Alabama. Morris Raiford had 
brother Isaac, probably the Isaac who died in Columbia in 1815. 
Information wanted of the emigrant. Please give us all the light 
you can. 

Query: William Can trill came to Virginia in 1607 from England. 
Capt. John Smith locates the settlement of '^Cantreel and Sicklemore 
betwixt Potomac and Rappahannock." The Virginia Historical Maga- 
zine gives Henry Cantreel in Charles City County in 1639. Can any 
one give any other information of either of. the above, or their de- 
scendants? Tradition says John Cantreel was born in Rockingham 
County, N. C. (ok* that vicinity), moving into South Carolina before 
the Revolutionary War. He had twenty-one sons, six of whom were 
in the Revolutionary War from North Carolina — Abraham, Isaac, 
Jacob, Joseph, John and Thomas. A Stephen Cantreel served in the 
same war from North Carolina, possibly another son or nephew. 
Jacob was my great-grandfather. He died in Orange County, N. C, 
in 1790. Tradition says Zebulon and Joseph Cantreel went into 
Virginia from Philadelphia, Penn., early in 1700, later into North 
Carolina. Was either of these brothers the ancestor of John ? Any 
information of any of the above, or any of the name in Virginia or 
North Carolina, would be greatly appreciated by 

Susan Cantbill Christie. 

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The Nobth Carolina Histoeioal and Genealogical Reoistke, 
will be published quarterly, beginning in January, 1900. It will 
contain, an abstract of the public records compiled from tlie origi- 
nals, in the oflSce of the Secretary of State, at Raleigh, N. C, and 
those of the counties of Chowan, Perquimans, Pasquotank, Camden, 
Currituck, Tyrrell, Washington, Beaufort, Bertie, Northampton, 
and Halifax, in North Carolina, and the counties of Surry, and Isle 
of Wight, in the State of Virginia. 

In addition to its valuable historical lore, it will be of great 
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found, relating to the personal, as well as the public history of the 
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historical events, that have transpired within North Carolina. 

Its columns will be open to receive, collate, and preserve the hin- 
tory of the State. 

There will be also a department, through which enquiries can be 
made relative to families, and their genealogy, by this means informa- 
tion can be secured, that could not be otherwise obtained. 

Letters of enquiry relative to family history, must contain a self- 
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Editor and Financial Agent, Edenton, N. C, 


V, 1900 

Vol. I. 
No. 3. 


Vol. I. JULY, 1900. No. 3. 



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J. R. B. Hathaway, Editor and Financial Agent 


^' Like leaves on trees the race of man is found, 
Now green in youth, now withering on the ground: 
Another race the following -Spring supplies; 
They fall successive, and successive rise: 
80 generations in their course decay; 
So flourish these when those are passed away. 

— Pope^i Translation Homer*$ Iliad. 


Vol. I. July, 1900. . No. 3. 


(Executed and probated prior to 1760. Compiled from the originals in the 
office of the Secretary of State at Raleigh, N. C. The later date indi- 
cates the day of probate alphabetically arranged for the convenience of 
* the reader.) 

* Armour John. Pasquotank. March 1, 1728 — 9. John Davis 
former wife's brother. Son John, daughter Ann, daughter Mary, 
William Davis brother of my former wife, wife and her father 
David Bailey, Executors. 

Irving Eober*, Currituck. February 16, 1735 — 6. George Pow- 
ers, also my Executor. Tesh Humphrey Vines, Richard Span. 

Ingram Abraham, (Onslow) October 19, 1744. Son David, wife 
Ellinor, son Isaac, son Abraham, October 20, 1744. Test Lazarus 

Ives John, Craven. February 25, 1750. Sons Job and Jonas, 
daughters Esther, Elizabeth, and Mary. Son Job, Executor. Test 
James Whiting, Jacob Jones, Frances Nash. 

Jones, Morris, Hyde. September 5, 1756. December Court 
1756. Wife Mary, son Henry; daughters Elizabeth, Ann, Neomy 
and Sarah, brother Thom. Jones and Henry Gibbs, Executors. Test 
Benj. Mason, Edward Spruell, Solomon Jones. 

Isham, James, Duplin. November 2nd, 1752. July 10, 1753. 
Daughter Margaret; sons James and Charles; wife Jane, Execu- 
trix. Test William Houston, Wm. McKey, John Davis. 

Jones, Evan, (Craven). December 23rd, 1752. March Court 
1753, son Lovick, daughter Sarah. Thomas Lovick and Roger 
Jones, Executors. Test, James Jones, John Tannyhill, Charles 

Jones, Peter, Sr., Perquimans. 15th, 3d month, May 1751. 
April Court, 1752. Sons, John, William and Peter, daughters, 
Mary, Hannah, Sarah Sutton and Margaret Henby, grand-son Tho- 
mas Sherwood, grandsons John and William Charles, daughter Re- 

♦ Note. — ^John Armour married Elizabeth Bailey for his second wife. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Armour married 2d Simon Bryan of Bertie County, N. C, be- 
came his second wife. 

824 Abstract op Wills. 

beoca Denman. Scm John, daughter Mary and Thomas Nichol- 
son, Executors. Test Mac Scarborough, Elizabeth Scarborough, 
William Reed. 

Jones, Mary, Bertie. January 9, 1748. December 22d, 1746. 
Cousin Elizabeth Spruell, Sarah Hawkins, (daughter of Thomas) ^ 
Thomas Hackman. Cousin Thomas Sutton, (son of my sister Eliz)^ 
his brothers John and George Sutton. Cousin Charles Jacocks, 
Thomas Sutton and John SutW, Executors. Test Thomas Hack- 
man, John Bum. 

Jones, Peter, April 2nd, 1731. Sons Peter and Robert, daughters 
Sarah and Martha, wife Sarah. Test, Wm. Williams, Wm. Paul. 

Jones, James, Tyrrell, August 3rd, 1750. Wife Mary, sons Jam68 
Fraley and Benjamin, daughter Mary Draper, children Evan, Ann 
and Elizabeth, wife, sons Evan and James Executors. Test, John 
Ray, Wm. Howard, Elizabeth Howard. 

Jones, Peter, Perquimans. 17th, 2d month, 1753. April Court 
1753. Sons Thomas, Zephaniah and Malachy, daughter Mary, grand- 
son Joseph Jones, wife Mary. John Harvey, Jos. Barrow, Francis 
Toms and Nathan Newby appraisers and dividers, Joseph White, 
Joseph Rati iff and Thomas Jones, Executors. Test Evan Skinner, 
Will Skinner, Sarah Skinner. 

Jones, Henry, Halifax. November Court, 1757. Sons William 
and John, wife, daughter Elizabeth. Sons Phillip, James, Henry 
and Francis ; God orphan Mary, wife Catharine, son Henry, Execu- 
tor. Test Needham Bryan, George Smi%, Elizabeth EUess. 

Jones, Sarah, (Bath), May, 1722; March- 30, 1723; daughter 
Mourning Mitem, Charity Shute, grandson James Smith, Sr. Daugh- 
ters Elizabeth Carney, Mary Smith Executrix. Test, Francis Dela- 
mare, Esther Martin, Thomas Davis. 

Jones, David, Sr., (Hyde), June 9, 1752; March Court, 1753. 
Sons, ThomaSj Abraham, David, Richard, Cornelius, and Solomon. 
Daughters Mary, Jennett, Elizabeth Mason, and Ann Cornelius^ 
wife Elizabeth. Sons, Morris and Thomas Jones, Executors. Test, 
Wm. Selbv, Sarah Jones. 

Jones, John, Northampton, 'June 24, 1750. Wife Priscillay 
daughter Elizabeth, nephew Howell Eldridge, niece Sarah Eldridge j 
lands in Southampton. Samuel Weldon, wife and John Edmunds, 
executors. Test, Will Cathcart, Wm. Fanning, James Dancy. 

Jones, John, Chowan, June 23, 1754^ July Court 1755. Sons, 
James, John and Josiah. Daughters Judith, Elizabe% Hamilton. 
Sons James and Josiah, executors. Test, John Rice, David Rice. 

Jones, John, Pasquotank. Friend Dorothy McDaniel. Decem- 
ber 12, 1723 ; April 3, 1729. Test, Thos. Herenden, Jno. Jennings, 
Benj. Sawyer. 

Jones, William, Beaufort. April 20, 1740; September 1, 1742, 

Abstract op Wills. S26 

Wife Margaret Daughters Elizabeth, wife of Solemon Eobinson, 
Hannah, Ruth and Ann wife of Jno. Paigket, daughter Jane wife of 
Robert Dunbar. God children William Quince and William Robe- 
Bon. Wife and Solomon Robeson, eiecutors. Test, Richard Cheek, 
William Mitchell, John Beyleg, Johi\ Hewington. 

Jones, Williaih, Edgecombe. November 27, 1749. August 
Court 1750. Son Drewry Jones; wife Sarah Jones; youngest son 
Peter Jones. Son Isam, wife Sarah, and Willis Jones executors. 
Test, ThoB. Thrower, William Atkinson, Winnefut Atkinson. 

Frederick Jones, Craven. Mother Mrs. Mai>y Moore, brother 
Harding Jones, niece Mary Jones, daughter of my brother, brother 
Harding Executor. Xov. 21, 1768. February Court 1759. Test, 
Elizabeth Spaight, Mary Vail, J ^ Swann. 

Jones, Thomas, Bertie. Petty shore, 1754. Margaret Webb, 
widow of Samuel Webb deceased, son Samuel, Henry Hill, John 
Campbell. Test, Benj. Wynns, Alex. Ford, Joseph Heron. 

Jones, Cornelius, Currituck. August 14, 1749, January Court, 
1750. Sop William, youngest son Taylor Jones, son Cornelius/ 
daughters Rachel Whale, Esther White, Rhoda Cela, Sarah Milbrow, 
and Bridget Jones, wife Elizabeth. Cornelius Jones executor. Test, 
Wm. White, Jno. Ansell, William Dudley. 

Jones, William, Chowan. July 15, 1773. March 16, 1774. 
Daughters Charity Walker, Rachael Luten, Esther Johnston. Son 
James. Sisters Sarah, Ann and Edah Jones. Thomas Bonner, 
Jno. Lewis and James Jones, executors. Test John Mushrow, Dem- 
sey Trotman. 

Jones, William, Perquimans. 9th, 10 month, 1761. April Court 
1752. Daughter Elizabeth 'Barbei*. Son William, daughter Re- 
beccah, Jno. Harvey, Joseph White, Joseph Robinson and Jos. Bar- 
row, dividers. Brother Peter Jones, son-in-law Moses Barber and 
son William Jones, executors. Test, Jos. Barrow, Jr., John Wil- 
liams, John Barrow. 

Jones, William, Chowan. January 9, 1722. April 4, 1723. Sons 
John and Henry, Wm. Liles. Son Chas. Jones, Wm. Liles, grand-son 
William, son of Thomas Jones, daughter Jane Liles, Henry Liles, 
8r., Henry Liles, Jr., grand son William, son of Jane Liles, daughter 
Dorothy Liles. William Lewse son of Elizabeth Spiers, William 
Jones son of Henry, Wm. Walston son of Dorothy Walston, William 
Jones son of John. Test, Thamer Howcott, Hannah Luten, Thos. 
Luten, Jr. 

Jones, Edward, Bladen. Oct. 8th, 1751. Sept. Court 1752. 
Wife Susanna, daughters Hannah Lock, Jane Enecks, grand sons 
Isaac Enecks, William Enecks, grand daughter Ann Enecks. "Car- 
ver's Creek Meeting 10 pounds. Wife and son Isaac Executors. Test, 
John Smith, W. Sibbly, John Gray. 

326 Abstract of Wills. 

Jones, Roger, Bath, July 25tli, 1741. Sept Court 1741. Chil- 
dren Roger, George, Jane, Margaret, Mary, Holland and Elizabeth, 
Wife Rebecca, Executrix. Test, John Barow, Little Ebom. 

Jones, Evan, Craven, June 10, 1750. Nov. Court 1751. Son 
Evan, daughter Tamer Handcock, sons James, Roger and Charles, 
wife Ann. Test, Catharine Jones, Bridgett Canaday, Wm. Flood. 

Jones, Henry, ChoiXran, Feby. 11th, 1751. April Court 1751, 
Daughter Jane Champion, son William, wife Elizabeth and Benj. 
Parker Executor. Test, Henry Bonn6r, John Luten, Saml Luten. 

Jones, David, Sr., Hyde, Sept 25, 1756. March Court 1767. 
Wife Elizabeth, sons Morris and David, daughter Elizabeth, wife 
brothers Morris and Thos. Jones Executors. Test, Benj. Mason, 
Edward Spenser, Abraham Jones. 

Jones, Joseph, Sept 10th, 1756, wife Martha, children James, 
Joseph, Mary, Hannah, Elizabeth and Ann. Wife and William 
Vaughan Executors. Test, John White, Richard Ninson. 

Jones, Francis," Edgecombe, Jan. 14, 1750. August Court 1755, 
•Sons Nathaniel and Tignall, son-in-law John Cullers, sons Matthew 
and Francis, son Albridgton, wife Mary, daughters Judeth Wilson, 
Mary Cullers, Lucy Jones, Bettie Day Jones, Lydia Jones and Je- 
Inima Jones, sons John and Ridley, wife and son Nathaniel Execu- 
tors. Test, Thos. Wiggins, Francis Drake. 

Jones, Charles, Bertie, Feb'y 5th, 1739. February Court 1741. 
Sons John and Lanecht, daughter Sarah Ouchtree, wife Katharine, 
daughter Mary, wife Executrix. Christopher Holloman and Wm. 
Rasberry, overseers. Test, Nath'l Nichless, James Overton. 

Jones, Henry, Northampton, Nov. 26th, 1751. February Court 
1752. Eldest daughter Prior Jones, daughter Gray Jones, son Henry 
Restore Jones, wife Sarah Executrix. Test, John Mander, John 
Corlew, Joel Moseley. 

Jones, John, Pasquotank, March 23d, 1719-20. Dec. 23d, 1723. 
Son-in-law John Relfe, son's Aunt Mary Bird, mother Elizabeth 
Relfe Executrix. Test John Relfe. 

Jones, John, Bertie, Sept. 25, 1750. May Court 1751. Sons 
Solomon, William, John and James, daughter Mary, wife, John 
Brown and Thomas Eason Executors. Test, Thos. Eason, John Rob- 
inson, Jno. Hare. 

Jones, John, Chowan, Feb. 2nd, 1735-6. October Court 1736. 
Sons James and Demsey, wife Ann, all my children. Test, John 
Sumner, James Hubard. 

Jones, John, Edgecombe, October 4, 1757. June Court 1758. 
Sons John, Wallis and Etheldred, son-in-law Thos. Spell, daughter 
Anne wife of Benj. Richardson, grand-daughter Ann Richardson, son- 
in-law Charles Jenkins and wife Sarah, their daughter Mary, son-in- 

Abstract of Wills. 327 

law Peter Mitchell, son Wallis Executor. Test, Henry Horn, Sihon 
Horn, Josiah Horn. 

Jones, John, Pasquotank, Nov. 23d, 1707 ; January 20th 1707-8. 
Son John, wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test, Robert Wallis, Richard 
Madrai, Henry Sawyer. 

Jones, John, Duplin, March 15, 1759. Wife Ann, daughters Pat- 
tie and Catharine, wife and John Jones Executors. Test, William 
Whitfield, Ann Jones, Ann Williams. 

Jones, Jones, Chowan, August 6, 1734. Sons John, Lewis and 
Samuel, wife and son John Executors. Test, Constance Luten, Jno. 
Lewis, Jacob Privett 

Jones, Arthur, Bladen, October 21st, 1750; Dec. 1750. Sons 
Lewis and Stephen, daughter Ann, Gtershon Benbow, Executor. Test, 
Arthur Jones, Cyprian Shepherd, Samuel Pike. 

Johnson, John, Hyde, Sept. Ist., 1756. Son William, daughter 
Catron, wife Sarah Executrix. .Test, John Jennette, Abraham 

Johnson, John, Northampton, January 27, 1745-6. August 
Court 1753. Grand-daughter Mary Johnson, wife Executrix. Test, 
James Johnston, Nicholas Boen. 

Johnson, William, Perquimans, October 19th, 1689. Wife Mary, 
sons Benjamin and Thomas, John Hawkins and Thos. Relfe guar- 
dians to my children, wife Executrix. Test, Thos. Coyer, Thos. 

Johnston, Thomas, Onslow, August 4, 1751. April Court 1752. 
Wife Ann, sons Thomas, Benjamin and John, grand-daughters Mary, 
Ann and Priscilla Keel, Margaret Hoens, children Sarah Powell, Ann 
WTiitfield, Thomas, Benjamin and John Johnson, son Thomas Execu- 
tor. Test, Anthony Lewis, John Brabham, Joseph Sturgis. 

Johnson, James, Albemarle, August 21st, 1694. Children Wil- 
liam, James and Elizabeth Johnson. Test, Patrick Keniday, An- 
drew Davis. 

Johnson, William, Cartaret, November Ist, 1726; March 5th, 
1727-8. Wife Sarah, sons Thomas and John, son-in-law Thos. Nor- 
wood and wife Elizabeth, sons Ezekiel and Stephen, wife Executrix. 
Test, Enoch Ward, Richard Canaday, John Singrson. 

Johnson, John, Brunswick, March 1st, 1750. FeVy Court 1752. 
Son William, after his death to his eldest son, if no son to his daugh- 
ters Martha and Anne, daughter Amy Mitchell, son William, Execu- 
tor. Test, John Carwell, Wm. Holloway, William Moseley. 

Jennings, William, Pasquotank, January 24th, 1686-7; April, 
1687. Daughter Ann Latham, son-in-law Ralph Garnet, daughter 
Mary, son John Executor. Test, Thomas Relfe. 

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332 Abstract op Wills. 

in-law Sam'l Nicholson. April 4th, 1719. Test, Joseph Sutton, 
Jr., Edward Maudlin, Eliz Maudlin. 

Kibble, Abraham, Onslow, Dec. 6th, 1750; April 2nd, 1751. Sons 
James and Thomas, daughter Leuse, step-son Daniel Hix, wife Edith 
and Joseph Williams Executors. Test, Thos. Jenkins, Joseph Loyd, 
William Loyd. 

Keeton, Henry, Pasqotank, 20th day 7th month, 1718. Son 
Joseph, eldest daughter Elizabeth, daughter Miriam, child in esse, 
wife Elizabeth and daughter Elizabeth Executors. Test, Jno. Jen- 
nings, Jnoi Simson, Jno. Norris. 

Keeton, Zachariah, Pasquotank, April 29th, 1743; March 30th, 
1745. Wife Sarah, sons Zachariah and Patrick, daughters Mary 
Cory and Elizabeth Wilcocks, grand-daughter EUenor Winberry, 
sons Zachariah and Patrick Executors. Test, Joseph Scott, Joseph 

Kinsey, John, Craven, April 9th, 1752. May Court 1752. Sons 
John, Joseph, Absalom and Christian, daughter Easter, son Samuel, 
wife and John Granade Executors. Test, John Snead, Harding 
Jones, John Dunn. 

Kearsie, Thomas, Bertie, October 28th, 1730. August Court 1731. 
Sons John, Thomas, William, James and Peter, daughter Mary Po- 
hagon, grand-sons William Kearsie and James Reynolds, wife Susan- 
nah, son Thomas Executor. Test, Thomas Kearsie, Jr., Mary Po- 

Kemps, William, Craven, April 20th, 1750. April Court 1753. 
Youngest son Steven, sons John, William, Thomas and Joseph, 
daughter Sarah Kemp, orphan Samuel Walbrook, wife, sons John 
and William Executors. Test, Andrew Moorman, Anthony Hutchins. 

Kigney, John, Beaufort, June 14th, 1725. April Court 1726. 
Benjamin Slade, daughter Elizabeth, Henry Fry, Benj. Slade Guar- 
dian and Exe<;utor. Test, John Slade, Wm. Satterthwaite. 

Kennedy, Walter, Johnston, July 4th, 1751. Wife Sarah, ^m 
John, daughter Mary. Test, John Kennedy, Robert Fellow. 

Kitching, William, Perquimans, May 21st, 1736; May 20th, 1736. 
Josiah Rogerson son of Daniel, Christopher Jackson, Christopbc^r 
eon of Charles Denmlan, his daughter Sarah, Thomas and William 
Lilly, Sarah Roberts, Gilbert Scott, John Lilly, Casiah Rogerson, 
Margaret Rogerson, Ann Moore wife of John, Jean A shell, Daniel 
Rogerson Executor. Test, Walter Andrew, William Roberts, Mary 

Kalbin, John, Dec. 20, 1685. Robert Inkoson. Test, Wm. 
Danse, Andrew Ross. 

Kenyon, John, Perquimans, May 19, 1751. July Court 1752. 
Son Joab, wife Mary, brother-in-law Abraham Hendrickson Execu- 
tor. Test, John Modling, Sam Moore, Hannah Modling. 

Abstract op Wills. 333 

Keeland, John, Edgecombe, Jan^y 2l8t, 1752; March 27, 1752. 
James Carter. Test, Wm. Homsby, Wm. Taylor. 

Kesible, Michael, Craven, June 8, 1727 ; Sept. 24th, 1728. Daugh- 
ter Mary Frowny, son-in-law Daniel Teachy, daughter-in-law Mar- 
garet Teachey, Matthew Risnover and Ritcher Miller Executors. 

Kelly, Matthew, Pasquotank, 16th 2nd month, 1697; Jany. 16, 
1699. Children James, Elizabeth and Ketheiren, James Newby, 
wife Magdoline. Test, Henry White, Joseph Davis. 

l^ane, Ephraim, Craven, July 2l8t, 1773; June 8, 1774. Wife 
Sarah, Fred'k Todvine son of Mary, eldest daughter and son of broth- 
er Samuel Lane, Richard Casswell and Fumifold Green Executors. 
Test, Josiah Holt, Edward Haile, W. Mix, Richard Teer. 

Lane, Walter, Craven, Sept. 13, 1742. August Court 1757. Wife 
Marj' (daughter of Edward and Ann Norwood, brothers William, 
John and George Lane, sisters Elizabeth Mattocks, Sarah Godard, 
Elenor Hixon, and Richard Lane, son George, Walter Lane son of 
George, Walter Hixon son of Richard, Joseph Hixon, wife and Sam- 
uel Swann Executors. Test, John Lapham, John Bryan, Martin 
Franks, John Irons, Daniel Grandin. 

Lane, Thomas, Bertie, March 30, 1754. November Court 1754. 
Daughters Ann Robinson, Elizabeth Lane, Sarah Berry and Ann 
Robinson, John Robinson, son William Lane, John Jones, John Rob- 
inson, Ann Robinson, and Elizabeth Lane Executors. Test, Joseph 
Butterton, Wm. Persey, Sam'l Osteon. 

Lane, Joseph, Edgecombe. November Court 1758 ; Dec. 6, 1757. 
Brothers William Lane and Newit, Winnefred Pope, sister Faith 
Bynum, sister Drusilla Bryant, Mary McKinnie, John Bradford and 
Henry Hope. Test, Benjamin Merryman, Barnabus Lane, David 

Lane, Christian, Edgecombe, October 5th, 1747. May Court 1748. 
Son Abraham, daughters Mary and Sarah, Christian Hill. Test, 
Stephen Jackson, Sarah Hill. 

Larmont, Richard, Hyde, Feby. 24th, 1752. March Court 1752. 
Amelia Webster, William Larmont, daughters Margaret and Wilhel- 
mina, William Webster, Thos. Jordan and Thomas Smith Executors. 
Test, Roger Mason, Dinah Smith, Thomas Row. 

Luten, Adam, Onslow, Feby., 1740-1. Wife Elizabeth, daughter 
Mary, friend Thos. Jenkins Executor. Test, Thos. Gancy, Chas. 
Brian, Zach Blackmoor. 

Lee, Richard, Edgecombe, April 11, 1756. May Court 1756. 
Sons Timothy and Arthur, daughters Elizabeth Lee and Rachel Brad- 
ley, sons Richard and Solomon, daughter Martha. . Test, Absalom 
Holliman, James Ferment, Wm. Fokes. 

Lee, Mary, wife of Capt. Thomas Lee, Tyrrell, Sept. 26, 1716; 

334 Abstract of Wills. 

Oct. 31st, 1716. Eldest son Thomas Blount, daughter Zilpha Plount, 
sons Benjamin and Jacob Blount, Thmas Blount Executor. Test, 
Jervis Colman, John Edwards, K. HoUaday, Wm. Swinson. 

Lee, James, Bertie, Jany. 14, 1731. November Court 1732. 
Sons Eobert and William, wife Sarah, sons James, all my sons and 
daughters. Test, JohxL Moore, Richard Moore, Jr. 

Lee Stevens, Tyrrell, Feby. 28th, 1746-7. Son Stevens, wife 
Elizabeth, daughter Frances Lee, if child in esse, speaks of land at 
Kendreeks Creek, Col. Robert West, CuUen Pollock and Robert West 
Executors. Test, Wm. Mackey, Jno. Goram, Jrio. Hughes. 

Lee, Stephen, Onslow,, Jany. 5th, 1772 ; Dec. 8, 1773. Wife Fere- 
bee, son Stephen, daughters Mary, Sarah and Ferebee, Robert Ortne, 
Edward Starkey and son Stephen Executors. Test, Ste Grant, Rich- 
ard Oldfield, Sarah Williams. 

Lee, Thomas, Tyrrell, Nov. 1st, 1751. March Court 1753. Eld- 
est son Isaac, children Mary, Frances and Thomas (youngest son), 
Francis Brice of Duplin, Capt. Wm. Mackey and Stevens Lee Execu- 
tors. Test, Jno. Nichols, Wm. Barrett, Jas. Rhoads. 

Leigh, James, Bath, Beaufort Precinct, Sept. 23d, 1728. Oct 
Court 1728. Eldest son James, sons John and Lyonel, son James, 
daughter Sarah, wife Ann, grand-son Peter Leigh, daughter Patience 
Purrer, daughters Elizabeth Underwood and Millie Durham, sons 
Joseph and John Executors. Test, Robert Peyton, Benj. Peyton. 

Lamb, William, Perquimans. Sept. Court 1758. Wife Miriam, 
daughters Elizabeth, Miriam and Mary, wife and her brother Wil- 
liam Newby Executors. Test, Sam'l Sitterson, David Powell, Jacob 

Lase, Francis, Perquimans, April 16th, 1739. July Court 1739. 
Daughter Jemima, brother John, wife Mary, Ann and Wm. Bogue 
Executors. Test, Francis James, Moses Elliott. 

Linington or Lillington, George, Craven, Jany. 24th, 1741-2. 
June 16, 1742. Wife Hannah, nephew Francis Sherlock, eldest 
daughter Ann Hutchinson, daughters Elizabeth, Christian and Mary 
Elizabeth, WiU .Nixon, Wm. Brice, and Richard Nixon Executors. 
Test, Slocumb Smith, Nath'l Smith. 

Linington or Lillington, Edward, of ^Neuse River, Craven, July 9, 
1736. Son George, daughter Mary Sherlock, son Edward, son-in-law 
Dennis Sherlock, God son Francis Sherlock, daughters Christian and 
Mary, Edward Moseley, James Harris and Dennis Sherlock Execu- 
tors. Test, Katharine Harris, Ann Dupertall, Jasper Vialow. 

Linington, Eliazer, Bath, Beaufort Precinct, April 28th, 1729. 
Dec. Court 1729. Wife Elizabeth, Nathan Archibald, Gilbert Hali- 
day Matthews, Rev. Mr. Clements to preach a fimeral sermon, wife 
Executrix. Test, John Brock, Gil Haliday. 

AiBSTRAe^ or Wills. 335 

LiUington, John, Bath, March 19th, 1721-2 ; July 2(1, 1723. Wife 
Sarah, son Alexander, eldest daughter Elizabeth, daughters Mary 
and Ann, wife, Maurice Moore, John Porter and John Baptista Ashe 
Executors. Test, Patrick Maule, Samuel Cropper, John Trantor. 

LiUington, Alex., Perquimans, Sept. 9th, 1697; Oct. 3d, 1697. 
Sons George and John, daughters Ann Walker, Elizabeth Fendall, 
Mary and Sarah LiUington, sons-in-law Henderson, Walker and John 
Fendall and Col. Wm. Wilkinson Executors. Test, Caleb Calloway, 
John Barrow, Robert Harmonson. 

Logan, Alexander, October 20th, 1789 ; Nov. 6th, 1739. Thomas 
Blount, Joseph Blount and Thomas Clark Executors. Johnston and 
Robinson of Charleston, S. C, to remit to Thomas Kennedy of Bris- 
tol, amounts due me. Test, J. Montgomery, John D\mcan, Dennis 

Lowther, Tristram, Northampton. Jany. Court 1759. Mother 
Margaret Lowther, brothers George and John, Sister Nelly Lowther, 
sister Naomi L., brother William Executor. Test, Bartholomew Fig- 
ures, John Figures, Wm. Figures. 

Lowry, William, Pasquotank, October 19th, 1750. July Court 
1752. Wife Elizabeth, children William, Robert, Bettie and Mary 
Lowry, son John. Test, Wm. Symons, John Davis, Annie Davis. 

Lowry, Joseph, Pasquotank, March 23d, 1754. April Court 1754. 
Sons Benjamin and Noah, daughters Sarah, Lydia and Hannah, Sol- 
omon Pool and John Davis Executors. Test, John Lowry, Thomas 
Lowry, James Newby. 

Lurry, William, Currituck, April 21st, 1746. July Court 1746. 
Wife Meriam,. son Thomas, William Mackey Executor. Test, Ed- 
wards Cox, Geo. Ganwell, Susannah Mackie. 

Leary, Comelius, Tyrrell, March 30th, 1742. Sept. Court, 1742. 
Brothers John and James Leary, sisters Sarah, Mary and Rebecca, 
mother Sarah Leary, brother John Executor. Test, Richard Leary, 
James Sutton. 

Leary, Richard, Tyrrell, April 20th, 1738 ; Sept. 5th, 1738. Sons 
Cornelius, James, John, Thomas and Richard, daughters Sarah, 
Mary and Rebecca, wife Sarah, sons Cornelius, John and James 
Executors. Test, Anderson Sagg, John Brown, Wm. Titterton. 

Love, Daniel, Nov. 6th, 1752. July Court 1753. Wife Catha- 
rine, children James and Sarah Love, William McRee, John Smith 
and wife Executors. Test, George Bruce, Richard Cockburn, James 

Love, Amos, August 15th, 1770 ; October 30th, 1770. Wife Mary, 
son Amos, daughters Winnefred, Mary, Margaret, Elisha and Eliza- 
beth, sons Thomas and Charles, wife and son Amos Executors. Teat,* 
Joseph Chatwin, Jno. Wilkins, Charles Hardison. 

LUly, John, Perquimans, Jany. 26, 1753. April Court 1753. 

336 Abstract op Wills. 

Wife Kaireah, child in esse, father-in-law Daniel Rogerson, brother 
J«)&hua, wife and Josiah Rogerson Executors. Test, Joseph Lilly., 
Isaac Lilly. 

Lanier, Robert, Tyrrell, Sept. 20th, 1744. Wife Sarah, daughters 
Jean, Elizabeth, Sarah, Anna, Nazah, Grace and Fremariah, sons 
William and John, grand-son Robert Daniel, grand-son John Bryan, 
grand-daughters Sarah and Mary Gilbert, >7ife, sons John and Wil- 
liam Executors. Test, Wm. Wilis, Robert Lanier, John Lanier 

Lombrouser, John, Pasquotank, August 25th, 1740. Grand-daugh- 
ter Elizabeth Brosyer, grand-son Daniel, daughter-in-law Ann Lom- 
brouser, son Joseph Executor. Test, Wm. Powers, Jos. Patton, 
Robt. Keel. April Court 1744. 

Lindsay, James, (Dobbs), June 15th, 1768; May 11th, 1770. 
Brothers Peter, William and Robert Lindsay, my mother, Richard 
Caswell, John Dickson and brother Robert Executors. Test, Eras 
Mackilwean, Rigdon Brice, 

Lindsey, Robert, Chowan, May 16th, 1688. John Wilson and 
Geo. Fordyce Executors. Ann Matthews daughter of George, Colle- 
ton Hurgin son of John, Mary Hurgin's children. Test, Francis 
Hartley, Thos. Slater, Margaret Slater. 

Linsey, David, Currituck, August 17th, 1749. Oct. Court 1750. 
W^ife Ann, mother Sarah, brother Benjamin, wife Executor. Test, 
Henry Woodhouse, Sol Smith, M. Smith. 

Lyon, James, Bladen, April 27th, 1752. June Court 1752. Wife 
Zillah, son George, child in esse, Zillah Lucas, daughters Elizabeth 
and Mary, wife. Matt Rowan and John Lyon Executors. Test, Thos. 
Robeson, Richard Mulligan, Robert Wilson, Jr. 

Low, John, Pasquotank. March Court 1759. Son Thomas, after 
his grand-mother's decease, sons Bamabe, John and Thomas, daugh- 
ter Lydia, wife Hannah and son Thomas Executors. Test, G^o. Low, 
Edward Wardsworth, John Cocks. 

Low, Anne, Pasquotank, Nov. 2d, 1729; 8 ber, 1731. Grand-son 
George Low, daughter Ann Letitia Low, plantation where John Con- 
nor lives. Test, J no. Palin, Stephen Scott, Jno. Scott. 

Leeth, John, Anson, July 21st, 1757. Josiah Leeth son of George, 
Mary White daughter of James, Anthony Hutchins Executor. Test, 
John Thomas, Sam'l Smart, Mary Thurman. 

Lockey, Joseph, Beaufort, Jany. 30th, 1746. March Court 1746-7. 
Sons Joseph, James and Henry, daughters Sarah and Frazier, wife 
Sarah, Levi Alderson, John Odeon and John Slade Executors. Test, 
Wm. Dunbar, Aaron Spring, John Hill. 

Leath, John, Hyde, April 9th, 1750. J\me Court 1751. Sons 
Thomas, Sainuel, Charles and Peter, daughters Sarah, Frances, Dor- 
cas and Casid, son John, daughters Mary, Hannah and Elizabeth, 

Abstract of Wills. 837 

son John and son-in-law Aaron Tison Executors. Test, Aaron Tison, 
Eoger Mason, Wm. Richards. 

Leath, John, Hyde, Nov. 10th, 1751. March Court 1752. Sons 
Samson and John, daughters Lydia and Kesiah, wife Hannah, Aaron 
Tison and Jonathan Jasper Executors. Test, Geo. Bell, Jonathan 
Jasper, Ann Jasper. 

Leath, Richard, Hyde, May 10th, 1749 ; Oct. 3rd, 1749. Wife 
Mary, daughters Rachel and Agnes, Abel Tule, grand-father Richard 
Jasper, aAl my children. Test, Hezekiah Slade, Benjamin Jewell^ 
Mary Jewell. 

Lufman, William, Currituck, May 9th, 1728; July 10th, 1728. 
Thomas Davis to take my two daughters, Thos. Davis Executor. Test^ 
Daniel Lufman. 

Lattimer, William, Bertie, August 21st, 1750. February Court 
1751. Wife Elizabeth, James Smith, wife and James Leggett Execu- 
tors. Test, Richard Tomlinson, Richard Bradley, Robert Rogers. 

Lashley, Patrick, Granville, Nov. 28, 1758; March 20, 1759. 
Child in esse, wife, Philip Pryor Executor. Test, Moses Span, 
Christian Langston. 

Lufman, William, Currituck, April 15th, 1728; July 15th, 1728 
Wife Elizabeth, Thos. Pauls, sons Daniel and William, grand-son 
Thomas Poyner, my six children, sons William and Thomas Lufman 
Executors. Test, Andrew Etheridge, Jr., William Tant. 

Lacy, John, Perquimans, 1st day 10th month, 1682. Daughter 
Sarah, wife Abigail, John Stepney, Jr. Test, John Stepney, Wm. 
Charles, Wm. Lawrence. 

Lindsey, Daniel, Currituck, Nov. 6th, 1720 ; Jany. 10th, 1720-1. 
son David, wife Mary Executrix. Test, John Norton, Wm. Johnson^ 
John Martyn. 

Lewis, Evan, Bath, June 16th, 1713-14; Jany. 5, 1714. Mary 
Jnge, wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test, Sam'l Meltem, Swan Swan- 

Lewis, David, Carterets. Oct. 6, 1773; Nov. 11th, 1773. Wife 
Mary, John Shephard, William Shephard, sons of Jacob, David 
Shephard, son of Solomon, John Simmons, Daniel, James and Ben- 
jamin Simmons sons of John, Richard Shepard son of Jacob, John 
Shepard, wife Mary, Solomon Shepard, and John Simmons Execu- 
tors. Test, Wm. Bevin, Jas. Frazier, Sarah Frazier. 

Legett, Thomas, Currituck, April 10th, 1749. July Court 1749. 
Daughter Elizabeth, wife Elizabeth and cousin James Legett Execu- 
tors. Test, Hobert Simmons, Elias Cornish, Moses Capps. 

Lynch, John, Granville, August 3l8t, 1753 ; Dec. 6, 1757. Wife 
Elizabeth, daughters Elizabeth and Nelly, all my children, son-in-law 
James Jerkins and Robert Parker Executors. Test, Thos. Parker, 
John Bleakeney, Wm. Frohock. 

338 Abstract of Wills, 

Lennon, John, Bladen, October 19th, 1757. Oct. Court 1757. 
Son John, wife Ann, sons Dennis and Ephraim, daughter Phillis 
Lennon alias EUice, wife and son-in-law Evan Ellice Executors. 
Test, Sam'l Baker, Wm. McKee, Mary Mackey. 

Liles, George, Chowan, Oct. 29th, 1752. Jany. Court 1758. Son 
George, daughters JIary and Ann, my six youngest children, son 
John, Wm. Hoskins and Henry Bonner Executors. Test, John 
Carlton, Jeremiah Haughton, John Hoskins. 

Lafitte, Timothy, Edenton, Xov. 4th, 1742. I was bom* in Lam- 
buth Parish, Surry Co., near London, wife Sarah also my Executrix. 
Testj Benj. Talbot, Jesse Brewer, Thomas Blount. 

Lucas, Mary, Beaufort, March 24th, 1761. April Cqnrt 1761. 
Daughter Ann Aldersen, grand-son James Aldersen, grand-son Jofel 
Martin, grand-son Charles Odeon Martin, grand-daughter Frances 
Martin, grand-daughters Sarah, Ann, Mary and Susannah Martin, 
daughter Ann and James Ellison Executors. Test, John Swan, 
Sarah Howard. 

Lowel, Edmunds, Onslow, April 2l8t, 1744. July Court 1744. 
Wife Abigail, grand-son Edmund Thorla children of my daughter 
Kebecca Thcrla. Test, J. Hunter, Wm. W^ebb, Sarah Middleton. 

Lankton, Thomas, Sept. 11th, 1696; Sept. 14th, 1696. Kachel 
and Mary Damerell daughters of James, Wm. Stevens, children 
James and William, Wm. Duckinfield Executor. Test, Wm. Jones, 
Jas. Damerell. 

Loyde, John, Bertie, July 31st, 1741. May Court 1742. Sons 
John, Thomas and Ilobert, land in James City County, Va., daughter 
Elizabeth, wife Sarah. Test, Wm. Pace, B. Melton, Anthony Frye. 

Lovick, Thomas, Carteret, April 4th, 1759. June Court 1759. 
Wife Sarah, son-in-law John Benners, son George Pheney Lovick, 
son-in-law James Parkinson, grand-daughter Sarah Jones, daughter 
Elizabeth Lovick, grand-son Thomas Lovick, wife and son George 
Pheney Lovick Executors. Test, William Robertson, Stephen Smith, 
Elizabeth Yarborough. 

Lawfton, Samuel, Craven, April 24th, 1758; May Slst, 1758. 
Wife Margaret, son Durrance, daughter Mary Pallis Lawson. Test, 
John Hardee, Wm. Spier, Benj. Paul, wife, Jno. Hill and William 
Mansfield Lipscombe Executors. 

Lawrence, George, Bertie, March 16th, 1752. Jany. Court 1756. 
Wife Sarah, daughters Ann and Sarah, sons Joshua and George, wife 
and brother Thos. Lawrence Executors. Test, George Lawrence, 
John Yeats, Thos. Lawrence. 

Lenbon, William, Craven, Jany. 12th, 1726-7. June Court 1727. 
Wife Margaret,my son and two daughters, Thos. Masters Executor. 
Test, Kobert Watson, Francis Hill. 

Lord, William, XewHanover, July 5th, 1748. Auglist Court. 

Abstract of Wills. 339 

1749. Wife Margaret, children Peter, William, Mary, Margaret, 
Amelia, and Thomas. Test, Eichard Quince, William Boss, George 

Larkins, John, New Hanover, May 15th, 1737. Sept. Court 1738. 
Sons William, John and James, wife Tabetha, wife and son William 
Executors. Test, John Smithers, Jos. Carter, Jno. Innes. 

Little, George, Hertford Co., August 1st, 1787. Wife -Mary, son 
W^illiam, daughter Penelope, wife Executrix. Test, George Swope, 
John Jenkins, Eliz Hurst. 

Little, William, Beaufort, March 1st, 1756. March Court 1758. 
Sons Abraham, William, James,Jacob and John, daughter Jane Mor- 
ing, sons Isaac and Joseph, wife Mourning, sons Isaac and Jacob 
Little Executors* Test, Ann Atkinson, Mary Judkins, Tene At- 

Latham, Paul, Albemarle Co., Oct. 17th, 1692; July 31st, 1693. 
W^ife Elizabeth, son George, daughter Elizabeth, Augustine Wright 
son of John, minister, wife Executrix. Test, J. Fleming, Maria 
Hemming, John Phillpot. 

Lamberson, Henry, Beaufort, Feby. 17th, 1743-4. June Court 
1744. Wife Mary, son John, James Humes Executor, son Archi- 
bald Lamberson. Test, John Physioc, James Mackilvay, Xathaniel 

Lowry, George, County Abby, Maryland, September 19th, 1753. 
Friends John, William, Elizabeth and Mary Lowry, John Lowry 

Lock, Benjamin, Bladen, April 25th, 1758. Son John, if child in 
esse, wife Meriam, father Xeil Beard and brother John Lock, Execu- 
tors, all my children. Test, Thomas Thomas, Daniel Beard, Eliz 

Long, Giles, Feby. 12th, 1691-2. Wife and%child. Test, Edw'd 
Smithwick, Thos. Ilarlow. 

Tx)ng, Joshua, Perquimans, May 17, 1741. July Court 1741. 
Wife Elizabeth, sons Thomas and Joshua, wife, brother Thos. Long, 
Wm. Hoskins and Joseph Sutton Executors. Test, Xath'l Qarruth- 
ers, John Bauches, Robert Harmon. 

Long, James, Albemarle, Perquimans Precinct, 1682. Wife, son 
James, all my children, sons Thomas and Giles. Test, Jno. Wilson, 
Wm. Stanard. 

Luerton, John, Bath, August 28th, 1722 ; July 31st, 1723. Daugh- 
ter Sarah, wife, child in esse. Test, Thomas Cooke, Elizabeth Eil- 

Markham, Anthony^ Pasquotank, Sept. 24th, 1710. Sons Joshua, 
Charles and Levy, daughters Tanner and Mary, wife Joy, son Anth- 
ony, son Levy Executors. Test, Francis Delamare, Edward Chap- 

340 Abstract op Wills. 

Markham, Joshua, Pasquotank, August 6th, 1746. April Court 
1747. Tamer, Bartholomew and Joshua Evans, Anthony !^arkham 
and his son Charles, his daughters Elizabeth and Mary, Anthony 
Markham Executor. Test, Sam'l Scolley, Thos. Hamlin. 

Markham, Lewis, Pasquotank, April 1st, 1743. April Court 
1744. Thomas Markham Crank son of Elizabeth Crank, her daugh- 
ters Ann, Mary and Elizabeth Crank, Anthony Markham and Wil- 
liam Wallis Executors. Test, Jeremiah Sweeney, Ann Boyd. 

Metcalf, Caleb, Dec. 1st, 1736. My daughter, in case of her death 
to the poor of the Parish, Wm. Hentzer Executor. Test, Adam 
Moore, Aaron Wood. 

Mason, Roger, Jr., Hyde, April 14th, 1752. Son Roger, daugh- 
ter Dorcas, wife Sarah, Benj. and Thos. Mason, Executors. Test, 
Thos. Easter, Hannah Leath, Solomon Carter. 

Mason, Roger, Hyde, Dec. 23d, 1754. Wife Mary, sons Benja- 
min, ThonDas, Christopher, John, Roger and Samuel, grand-son Moses 
Mason son of Samuel, grand-son Roger Mason, grand-daughter Susan- 
na Mason, sons Benj. and Thos. Executors. Test, John, Jacob and 
Jean Tule. 

Mason, Mary, Wilmington, Nov. 20th, 1771; Feb. 19th, 1772. 
Ann Robeson wife of John, their daughter Margaret, son Richard 
liOwry, my deceased husband Caleb Mason, nephew Robert Baird of 
Charleston, S. C, and John Robeson Executors. Test, A. Maclaine, 
Ja Moran, John Nutt. 

Mason, John, Sr., Hyde, Jany. 9th, 1750-2. March Court 1752. 
Sons Moses, Joshua and John, father Roger, daughters Charity, Ann 
and Agnes, wife Catherine, all my children. Test, Benj. Mason, 
Roger Mason, Sr., Sarah Coplin. 

Mason, John, Currituck, August 15th, 1720 ; Jany. 10th, 1720-1. 
John Evans, son-in-l»w Mathias Toler, son-in-law James Toler, wife 
Ann. Test, Richard Williamson, Dennis Calihem, John Martyn. 

Mason, John, Craven, Feby. 27th, 1747. Sept. Court 1748. Sons 
Thomas and John, wife Elizabeth, all my children. Test, Southey 
Rew, B^nj. Mason, James Bush. 

Moore, David, March 25th, 1670; Dec 16th, 1670. Son Kaine. 
Test, James Blount. 

Moore, John, Northampton, Sept. 1st, 1750. Nov. Court 1753. 
Sons John, William, Nathaniel and Richard, daughter Sarah, wife 
Tabitha, son Richard and Thos. Pace Executors. Test, Geo. Harper, 
John Nulldelly. 

Moore, Mary, Perquimans, 24th 3d month, 1753. April Court 
1756. Daughters Jemima and Mary Robinson, grand-children 
Sarah and John Robinson, son Thomas Newby, sister Blasant, friend 
Eliz Hill, niece Eliz Elliott, sons Thomas and Nathan Newby Execu- 
tors. Test, Francis Toms, Ralph Fletcher, Eliz Hill. 

Abstract of Wills. 341 

Moore, Epaphroditus, Bertie, J\me 11th, 1757. Oct Court 1757. 
Daughters Mary, Ann and Grace, wife, son John, grand-son Elisha 
Moore, Thomas Moore son of daughter Ann, daughter Judah Hurst, 
son-in-law James Howard, daughter Eebecca Cain, grand-daughter 
Rachel Walstone, daughters Mary Moore, Ann Moore, Bachel Stand- 
ley, Christian Moore, Grace Moore and Penelope Hare. Test, Chas. 
Homer, Demcy Holland, Lewis Perry. 

Moor, Samuel, Onslow, Oct. 11th, 1750. April Court 1751. Son 
Samuel, daughters Sarah, Mary and Alethea, son Thomas, brother 
Obadiah Moore, brother Theophilus Williams Executor. Test, Hora- 
tio Woodhouse, Robt. Nixon, Joshua Paull. 

Moore, Richard, Bertie, Nov. 1st, 1748. April Court 1748. Wife 
Elizabeth, brother John and son John Executors. Test, Wm. Rice, 
Thos. Davis Lucrecy Lee. 

Moore, Trusman, Perquimans, 27th 12 month, 1752. April Court 
1753. Sons William, Samuel, Thomas and Jesse, John Wilson, Sr., 
daughters Jane and Mary, wife Leah, Thos. Nicholson and Samuel 
Moore Executors. Test, Wm. White, Daniel Saint, Jos. Winslow. 

Moore, Joshua, Perquimans, 10th 12th month, 1734-5. Son Cor- 
nelius, brothers John and Frfeeman, sister's daughter Elizabeth 
Nixon, wife's brothers John and Samuel Moore Executors. Test, 
Zachariah Nixon, Thos. Winslow, Zach Nixon, Jr. 

Moore, Titus, (Bertie), April 26, 1753. Jan'y Court 1757. 
Son James, daughters Mary Odom, and Charity Moore, my five chil- 
dren, wife Elizabeth Executor. Test, Needham Bryan, Patience 

Moore, Thomas, Wilmington, Feby. 4th, 1753. Late of New 
York. Dr. Cosmos, Farquharson Executor to remit proceeds of my 
estate to New York. Test, Caleb Mason, Simon Payne, Richard 

Moore, John, Perquimans, 11th 1st month, 1750. Sons Joseph 
and Gideon, eldest son Cornelius, wife Mary, daughter Mary land 
at Ballyhack, daughters Miriam and Sarah, wife and brother-in-law 
Jos. Eatliff Executors. Test, Zach Nixon, Wm. More, Sam'l More. 

Moore, Samuel, Perquimans, May 26th, 1754. Jany. Court 1756. 
Sons Joshua, Jonathan, Aaron and John, daughter Mary, wife Sarah, 
son Joshua and Jos. Ratliff Executors. Test, John Robinson, Cor- 
nelius Moore, Joseph White. 

Moore, Samuel, Perquimans, 25th 8th month, 1751. Jan'y Court 
1752. Cousins Hannah and Mary Moore, Elizabeth daughter of . 
Isaac Eljiott, sons-in-law Francis and Nathan Newby, John Perisho, 
brother-in-law Edward Penrico, Cousin Martha Moore daughter of 
brother John Moore, Richard Skinner, Jos. White, and Zach Nixon 
apprhisers, wife Mary and Richard Nixon Executors. Test, Zach 
Nixon, Daniel Saint. 

Moore, Joseph, Edgecombe, Feby 15th, 1753. Sons Joseph, James, • 

342 Abstract op Wills. 

Hodges, Jesse and Ezekiel, daughters Ann McGee, Melia, Celia and 
Martha Hinton, wife Ann, her sons Joseph, James, Hodges and Jesse 
Executors. Test, Eliz Williams, Mary Whitmell, Wm. Williams. 

Moore, Samuel, Pasquotank, Feb. 9th, 1693-4; August 20, 1694. 
Son Samuel, wife Abigail Executrix. Test, John Hoskins, John 
Cebry, Sarah Hawkins. 

Moore, William, Perquimans, 4th day 4th month, 1749. April 
Court 1752. Trueman Moore, William Wilson, brother Trueman, 
son William Wilson and wife Martha Executors. Test, Eliz Newby, 
Julius Haskett, Mary Savige. 

Moore, Robert, Perquimans, Feb. 2nd, 1749. Jan. Court 1750. 
Daughters Sarah and Rachel, son Samuel, grand-son Eliezer Creesie, 
my four grand-children, daughters of my son John, grand-daughters 
Mary, Martha, Miriam and Rachel Moore, son Samuel, Richard Skin- 
ner, Abraham Sanders and Joseph White Executors. "Jest, Joshua 
Jones, Jonathan Phelps, Elizabeth Ellis. 

Moore, John, Bertie, March 11th, 1754. May Court 1754. Wife 
Ann, sons Samuel and John, wife and Ephraim W^eston Executors. 
Test, Stephen Evans, Ann Evans, Jas. Hardy. 

Moore, John, Jr., Bertie, Feb'y 19th, 1754. May Court 1754. 
Son Benjamin, daughter Ann, wife Elizabeth, Uncle John Moore. 
Test, John Paderick, Anna Gevins, Hezekiah Herunden. 

Moore, John, Perquimans, March 10th, 1746. Son Charles, 
daughter Mary, wife Rachel, John Harvey, Chris Denman and 
Joshua Skinner p]xecutors. Test, Jonathan Skinner, Peter Jones, 
John Bembridge. 

Moore, Roger, New Hanover. Sons George and William, daugh- 
ters Sarah Smith and Mary Moore, her aunt Mrs. Sarah Allen, daugh- 
ter Ann, son-in-law Thomas Smith, wife Mary, sons George and Wil- 
liam Executors. Test, Wm. Forbes, Richard Quince, Geo. Logan* 
Codicil witnessed by Wm. Ross, Rebecca Coke, Geo. Logan. 

Moorhead,, James, Bladen, April 4th, 1759. July Court 1759. 
Children Sarah, William, James and Jane, wife Sarah and Alex 
McConkey Executors. Test, Peter Gates, Lawrence Byrnes, Mary 

McRee, William, Duplin, March 30, 1751 ; July 12th, 1751. Sons 
John, James, William and Robert, daughters Sarah Smith, Alice 
Williams, grand-daughter Dorothy Williams, grand-son William Wil- 
liams, son Samuel, daughter Susanna McRee, grand-daughter Martha 
Williams, son William and son-in-law John Smith Executors. Testy 
Wm. Kenan, Sarah ^M. Alexander, Eliz Chambers. 

McKeel, John, Pasquotank, Dec. 24th, 1700; April 15, 1707. 
Sons Xathaniol and John, wife Marv, brothers Thomaa and Daniel^ 
brother Thomas and James Took Executors. Test, John Hunt, Thos» 
Abington, Wallis Turner. 

Abstract of Wills. 343 

McKeel, John, Sr., Pasquotank, Oct. 27th, 1750. Jan'y Court 
1750-1. Wife Margaret, sons John and Thomas, Thomas James 
and Thos. McKeel, Jr., Executors. Test, Thomas McKeel, Emanuel 

McKeel, Thomas, Sr., Pasquotank, May 3rd, 1753. Oct. Court 

1753. Daughter Margaret, Anthony and Charles Markham Execu- 
tors. Test, Jonathan Howell, Thos. Cersy. ' 

McKeel, Benjamin, Pasquotank, April 11th, 1754. July Court 

1754. Daughter Sarah, brother John McKeel, wife Tamar, brother 
John Executor. Test, John Clarke, John Lister. 

McKeel, Thomas, Pasquotank, March 31st, 1754. July Court 

1754. Wife Miriam, daughters Grace, Winnefret and Mille, daugh- 
ter Elizabeth, brother John McKeel and daughter Grace Executors. 
Test, Anthony Markham, Winnefret, Woodley. 

McKeel, Thomas, Pasquotank, Dec. 13, 1729 ; Jan'y 13, 1729-30. 
Eldest son Benjamin, son Thomas, youngest son John, daughters 

Elizabeth and . Test, Jno. McKeel, Levy Markham, John 


McKeel, Anthony, Beaufort, Nov. 28, 1723. Eldest son Anthony, 
suns Thomas, John and Joseph, daughters Anne and Sarah, wife Ke- 
becca. Test, Wm. Price, Kobin Leath. 

Meads, Thomas, Pasquotank, March 8, 1750--1. April Court 

1751. Wife, daughter Ann nights, son Timothy, son-in-law Wm. 
Davis, daughter Elizabeth, wife and son Timothy Executors. Test, 
Jos. Scott, Jno. Brothers, Job Winslow. 

Meads, Timothy, July 6th, 1751. January Court 1751-2. iSons 
John and Thomas, wife Mary and Joseph Pendleton Executors. Test, 
Thomas McKeel, ilary Ann Smith. 

Meads, Susannah, Pasquotank, March 2(>th, 1755. June Court 

1755. Son William Davis, daughter-in-law Winnefred Davis, 
daughters Elizabeth Highe and Sarah Barclift, son Timothy and Rob- 
ert Ilosea Executors. Test, John Ilosea, Jr., Abraham llosea, Mary 

Milner, James, Halifax, Sept. 18th, 1771 ; Jan'y 13th, 1773. Es- 
tate in Xorth Britain to brother Arthur, Margaret C^athcart, Dolly 
Hall, Jacobine Wylley, Mary and Elizabeth ilontfort, daughters of 
Joseph, Elizabeth ililler daughter of Anderson Miller, uiy brothers 
and sisters, Joseph Montfort, Andrew Miller, Abram Xash, Henry 
Skipwith and Douglass Hamilton Executors. Test, Montford Eel- 
bech, Rebecca Bagley. 

Maney, James, Xorthampton, Xov. 30tli, 1751. August Court 

1752. Daughter Jenny Magett, son James, daughter Susanna Skin- 
ner, son James Executor. Test, David Jarnegan, Thos. Jarnegan. 

Meads, Timothy, Albemarle (^uuty, March 2d, l(>sr>; July 15, 
1686. Wife Ann, son John, children of brother Thomas Meads of 

344 Abstract of Wills. 

Littleworth in Warwickshire, daughter-in-law Mary, Daniel Akehurst 
Arnold White and Henry La^t Executors. Test, John H\mt, Wm. 

Montgomery, Ann, Chowan, August 28th, 1744. My brother-in- 
law Thomas Jones, Mother Sarah Laster in England, Jane Swan 
daughter of Samuel, my husband Jno. Montgomery, Mary Tumbull 
Mary Bucher, Ann Allen, sister Jane Swann, James Tumbull and 
Samuel Swann Executors. Speaks of Cape Fear and bequeaths 
law books. Test, Cullen Pollock, Frances Pollock, E. Ball. 

Montgomery, John, Chowan, August 23rd, 1741 ; May 22d, 1744. 
Wife Ann. Test, Joseph Anderson, James Craven, Ste Gould. 

Montgomery, George, Bath, Beaufort Precinct, January 19, 1722 
-3. July Court 1723. Daughter Elizabeth, Robert Turson Execu- 
tor. Test, Jos. English, Jno. Brock. 

Mitchell James, Edenton, April 22d, 1746 ; July 18, 1745. Wife 
Catharine, son James, wife Peter Payne and Samuel Stillwell Execu- 
tors. Test, James Wallace, Andre Richard, Elizabeth Wallace. 

Mitchell, Abram, Onslow, Dec. 8th, 1747. January Court 1747-8. 
Son George, wife Ann, son Anthony, daughters Rebecca and Kath- 
erine, son John, John Starkey Executor. Test, Sarah Middleton, 
Edmunds Thorla, Edward Burk. 

Mitchell, Randall, Edgecombe, Sept. 24th, 1756. Jxme Court 
1758. Wife Mary, daughter-in-law Elizabeth Leavett, brother Wil- 
liam M., Aquila Sugg and wife Executors. Test, Bourleay Belcher, 
Jos. Howell, Benj. Mitchell. 

jifitchell, Abraham, Carteret, Dec. 30th, 1746. March Court 
1746-7. Wife, brothers Anthony, John and George, sister Rebecca, 
John Mitchell and Ezekiel Hunter Executors. Test, Wm. Cork, 
Wm. Wallis, Peter Arnold. 

Mackdaniel, James, Craven, Nov. 29th, 1759. Eldest son James, 
son Risdon, daughter Levinah. Test, E. Bryan. 

Mackdaniel, John, Bertie, Feb. 26, 1729 ; Feb., 1729. John and 
Mary Myhand, John Gray Executor. Test, John Harris, Ann My- 
hand, Henry Walker. 

Mackdaniel, Owen, Bertie, Feb'y 7, 1742-3. May Court 1743. 
Wife Ellinor, son-in-law Jethro Butler Executor. Test, Henry 
Home, Jno. Campbell, Richard Medlin. 

Marshbome, Jethro, Onslow, Dec. 17, 1752. January Court 1753. 
Daughters Mary and Sarah, son Edward, wife, Charles Cox and Dan- 
iel Mashborne Executors. Test, Jno, Jerman, Wm. Whaley, Eliz 

Mattocks, John, Bath, Oct. 12th, 1732. Eldest daughter Ann, 
youngest daughter Elizabeth, wife Mary. Test, Ben Wheatley, Wm. 

McKinne, John, Edgecombe, Feb. 28, 1753. Son Barnaby, daugh- 
ters Mary, Patience and Martha, daughter-in-law Angelina Parish, 

Abstract of Wills. 845 

child in esse, wife Mary, Connor Oumbo, wife and Montf ort Eelbech 
Executors. Test, Montfort Eelbech, Wm. Gaddy, Mary Eelbech. 

McKinne, Mary, Edgecombe, Oct. 13, 1754. Nov. Court 1754. 
Daughter Angeliany Pope, sons John and Bamaby McKinne, daugh- 
ters Mary, Patience and Martha, Bamaby Pope Executor. Test, 
David Crawley, Win Caddy, Robert Belcher. 

Merritt, Charles, Chowan, April 6, 1718 ; Oct. 21st, 1718. Sons 
Charles, Nathaniel and William, daughters Sarah and Hardy, son 
John, wife Executrix. Test, -James Bryant. 

Merritt, Nathaniel, Bertie, 1735. Wife Mary Executrix. Sons 
Nathaniel, Benjamin and Ephraim, daughters Sarah and Mary, 
Sarah Merritt. Test, Weldon, Henry Jones. 

Merritt, Thomas, Edgecombe, May 18, 1740. Children Peggy 
Stone wife of John, Thomas, John, Ann Hanby wife of William, and 
Bettie Merritt, wife Mary Executrix. Test, John Haywood, Thomas 

Mackilwean, Francis, Dobbs, Feb. 8, 1774 ; March 10, 1774. John 
Stringer Mackilwean, children Elizabeth, Hannah, Mary^ Gatsey, 
Eleanor, Nancy, Penelope and Francis, if child in esse, wife Mary, 
Fumifold Greene and Richard Nixon Executors. Test, Richard 
Casswell, Simon Bright, John Shine, Martin Casswell. 

Massey, Hezekiah, Sr., Bertie, April 15th, 1727. Sons, Hezekiah, 
Richard and William, daughters Sarah and Lucy, son John, Matthew 
Sheering, wife Elizabeth and son John Executors. Test, Abraham 
Burton, Jno. Green, Sr., Thomas Hicks. 

Man, John, Northampton, April 19, 1757. Nov. Court 1757. 
Sons Frederick, Absalom and Jesse, wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test, 
Joseph Sikes, Thos. Tadlock. 

Man, John, Tyrrell, Feb. 19th, 1742-3. [M^arch Court 1744. Sons 
John, Edward, Willi*am, Thomas^ Joseph and Theophilus, daughter 
Dorothy Nicel, daughter Elzabeth Man, daughter Ann Read, wife 
Margaret. Test, Benj. Bidgood, James Nichol. 

Man, Thomas, Bertie, April 17, 1736. Grand-son Mandew Dor- 
thry, grand-daughter Priscilla Dorthry, son William Brown, daugh- 
ter Mary, Arthur Williams. Test, Wm. Bun, Isaac Ricks. 

Matthews, Charity (wife of James), Tyrrell, June 20, 1771 ; May 
16, 1772. Daughter Penelope Speir, daughters Elizabeth Hardy, 
Susanna Sherrard, and Mary Andrews and her daughter Charity An- 
drews, grand-children James Conner and Thos. Carnal son of Thos., 
deceased, Wm. Wiliams, niece Elizabeth Blanchet, son-in-law James 
Sherrard, John Everitt and daughter Penelope Spiers Executors. 
Test, Catharine Andrews, Anne Andrews, John Price. 

Matthews, Edward, Craven, July 17th, 1753. Daughters Ann 
(wife of Cornelius Gray) Mary Matthews, Elizabeth Winfield and 
Sarah Matthews, grand-son Wm. Neville (son of Jacob), daughters 

346 Abstract of Wills. 

Priscilla, Lucretia and Luremia Matthews Executrix. Lawrence 
Hyland Executor. Test, Martin Hagen, Thos. Mitchell, Elizabeth 

McDowall, John, of Schooner "Jolly Batchelor," now at anchor 
in Cape Fear, March 27th, 1735; April 19th, 1735. 30 pounds to 
repair the inside of the Presbyterian Meeting House at Dover, Kent 
county, Delaware, 5 pounds to help repair the Episcopal Church 
at Dover, my two surviving half, sisters, my half brother Kobert Mc- 
Dowall, Wm. Morgan of Dover, Mark Bandon, Lydia Jones, uncle 
John McDowall, sister Elenor Xesbit, Hugh Campbell and James 
Espy of Cape Fear, Robert McDowall and my brother-in-law Robert 
Rowland in Delaware Executors. Test, Stephen Mott, A. Delabastie, 
Andrew Blythe, Magdele Campbell. 

McDowell, James, Bertie, Feb. 10, 1752 ; March 3d, 1752. Broth- 
er-in-law John Smith, sSr., of Wigtown, in Galloway, North Britain, 
sister Christian McDowell, nephew John Smith Executor. Test, 
Jas. Tucker, Dan'l Goldsmith, Anne Orendell, James Campbell. 

Mewboorn, Thomas, Bertie, FebV 23d, 1749. Nov. Court 1749. 
Sons Thomas, Joshua, Nicholas and Moses, daughter Mary, sons 
George and John, wife Eleanor Executrix. Test, Edward Price, 
Thomas Mewboorn. 

Morgan, Robert, Pasquotank, Oct. 22<J, 1727. Sons Bennett, 
Joseph, Robert and Moses, wife Elizabeth, daughters Ann, AUis, 
Elizabeth and Judah, sons Aaron, Joseph and Bennett Executors. 
Test, x\bel Ross, Tamer Ross, Jenias Ross, James Adams. 

Morgan, Jane, Perquimans, March 22nd, 1742. Grand-daughters 
Mary and Meriam (daughters of son James Morgan), grand-daughter 
Elizabeth Cosan, daughter Sarah Parsons, son John x\nderson, son 
James, daughter-in-law Ann Morgan, grand-daughter Jane Anderson, 
sons John Anderson and James Morgan Executors. Test, Abraham 
Elliott, Mary Elliott, Jos. Ratliff. 

Morgan, Nathan, Onslow, Feb. 16, 1749; Dec. 22d, 1750. Sons 
William and Goen, wife Sarah, daughter Sukee, brother Wm. Morgan 
guardian to my children, wife Executrix. Test, Wm. Ambrouse, Jos. 

Morgan, John, Sr., Pasquotank, Oct. 20, 1754; March 29th, 1755. 
Sons John, and Joseph, Rachel Overman wife of Jacob, Elizabeth 
Elliott widow of Isaac, daughter Mary Elliott widow of Thomas, 
grand-son Joseph Boswoll son of John, daughter Hannah Boswell and 
grand-son Joseph Boswell Executors. Test, Edward Wardsworth, 
Patrick Bailey. 

Morgan, James (son of William), Perquimans, Jan. 26, 1740-1. 
Oct. ( Wrt 1741. Sons Jacob and Charles, daughters Elizabeth and 
Rebecca, wife Ilaiiiiah and brother-in-law Thomas Overman, Execu- 
tors. Test, Zach. Xixon, Chas. Overman, Joseph Robinson. 

Abstract op Wills. 347 

Maundin, Noah, Edgecombe, Feb. Ist, 1752. May Court 1752. 
Aguila Sugg. Test, Samuel Williams. 

Maudlin, Ezekiel, Perquimans, March 5th, 1732 ; April 17, 1732. 
Sons Jeremiah, Joshua and Thomas, Thomas Salter in Boston, wife 
Hannah and Thomas Weekes Executors. Test, Zeb Clayton, John 
Stevens, Tulle Williams. 

Maudlin, Thomas, Perquimans, Nov. 16, 1758. Wife Sarah, 
son Jeremiah, brother Edmund Chancy, father-in-law John Clayton, 
brother-in-law Kichard Clayton and William TurnbuU Executors. 
Test, Wm. Jennett, Edmund Chancy, Jos. Barclift. 

Martin, William, Bertie, Aprirs, 1735. August Court 1736. 
Sons Richard, Moses, Thomas and John, daughters Mary and Else, 
wife Else Executrix. -Test, John Carell, Jr., John Carell, Sr. 

Martin, William, Beaufort, August 23d, 1745; Feb. 18, 1745. 
Sons John, Joel, William and Joseph, daughters Elizabeth and Ann, 
Cousin John Martin, Ann and Joseph Jones, wife Mary, cousin 
Henry Snead, sons Joel, John and William Executors. Test, John 
Alderson, Mary Alderson, Henry W^oodard. 

Martin, Elizabeth, Craven, March 30th, 1747. Daughter Sarah 
Jx)ftin, grand-children Robert Wallis, Adam Wallis, Sarah Mahains, 
Ann Stevens, Comfort Bollins, Stuart Ferguson, Elizabeth Hambie- 
ton, Thomas Pitman and Prudence Fulfird, daughter Elizabeth Mills 
brother John Cummings, Stephen Wallis and James Jones Executors. 
Test, Thos. McLin, Samuel Masters, Robert Oliver. 

Martin, Thomas, Craven, June 15th, 1758; March 23d, 1758. 
Sarah Loftin wife of Leonard Loftin, Jean Martin Ferguson, daugh- 
ter of [Mark, deceased, Robert son of brother Richard Martin, sister 
Sarah, all my brothers and sisters, wife Elizabeth and John Tomlin- 
son Executors. Test, John Cummings, Hugh Belknap, Stephen 

Martin, Nathaniel, Pasquotank, Nov. 28th, 1743. January Court 
1743-4. Wife Sarah, daughters Sarah and Miriam, son Joshua 
Executor. Elisha Albertson Trustee. Test, Wm. Davis, Geo. Dam- 
son, Wm. Bellman. 

Martin, William, Nov. 12, 1744; Dec. 4, 1744. Daughter Eliza- 
beth, Richard Martin son of Luodovick, Edna daughter of Benjamin 
Martin, wife Mary, Daniel Blin and Alex Trum Executors. Test, 
Jos. Hollowell, Jos. Tait, Thos. Partice. 

Martin, William, Beaufort, Dec. 24th, 1769. Wife Ann, son 
William,, my children Thomas Martin alias Scott, James Martin alias 
Scott, Henry Martin alias Scott, Mary Martin alias Scott, Lurane 
Martin alias Scott, Annes Martin alias Scott, and Ann Martin alias 
Scott, Moses Hare, Henry Bonner and Thos. Bonner Executors. Test, 
Alex Gaston, John Smart ,James Lane. 

Martin, William ,Beaufort August 23d, 1745; Feb. 18, 1745-6. 

848 Abstract of Wills. 

Son John^ daughter Elizabeth, sons Joel and William, daughters Ann 
and Elizabeth, son Joseph, cousin John Martin, Ann Jones and Jo- 
seph Jones, cousin Henry Snead, wife Mary, son John, Joel and Wil- 
liam Executors. Test, John Alderson, Mary Alderson, Henry 

Mackane, George, Carteret, Oct. 14, 1753; June 6, 1758. Chil- 
dren Sophie, Mary and Margaret, son John, if child in esse, wife 
Mary Executrix. Test, Eliz Wallace, John Fenny. 

Melton, Kobert, Orange, April 24th, 1759. Eldest son James, 
sons Nathaniel, Nathan, Isaac and Ancel, son Nathan Executor. Test, 
Rich'd Parker, Jas. Sellars, Mary Statten. 

Melton, Jonathan, Onslow, Jan. 18, 1758. April Court 1758. 
Daughter Anne, son Jonathan, my four children, wife Purify Execu- 
trix. Test, Thos. Hill, Joseph Thomas, Frances Cooper. 

' Middleton, Henry, Tyrrell, March 6, 1738-9. June Court 1739. 
Son James, daughter Mary, sons John and Henry, son-in-law Elisha 
Farley, wife Martha, Samuel Durrance and Daniel Garrett Execu- 
tors. Test, Thomas Lee, Benjamin Walker. 

Middleton, John, Edgecombe, July 20th, 1750. Nov. Court 1750. 
Daughter Elizabeth Perry, children Jam'cs, Jane, Sarah, Edward 
and Mildred, wife Mary Executrix. Test, John Smith, Judeth 

Middleton, John, Onslow, Dec. 25th, 1741. April Court 1744. 
Sons John, James and Samuel, daughters Sarah, Ann, Sabra and 
Susanna, son Isaac, wife Sarah, John Starkey Executor. Test, 
Abram Mitchell, Alex Mitchell, Sarah Mitchell. 

Middleton, John, Tyrrell, June 26th, 1718 ; July 8, 1718. Daugh- 
ter Mary, wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test, Chas. Denman, Ann 

Mulkey, Philip, Edgecombe, Dec. 19, 1736. Eldest son David, 
2nd son Peter, eldest daughter Jane, daughters Eve, Scarburgh and 
Judeth, son-in-law George Laws, friends Buckley Kimbrough, John 
Hardy and Nath'l Pygott, wife Sarah and James Smith Executors. 
Test, John Caliban, Jonathan Mulkey. 

Mayfield, Peter, Albemarle, Pasquotank Precinct, June 13, 1687 ; 
Oct. 6th, 1687. God-daughter Ann Love, wife Ann Executrix. Test, 
Jno. Lawrence, Robert WalliSj Thos. Relfe. 

McCulloch, Henry, Secretary Province North Carolina, Oct. 5th, 
1755; Nov. 15, 1755. Daughters Henrietta Mary, Dorothy Bins- 
field, Elizabeth Margaret, Penelope Martha, wife Mary and John 
Campbell Executors. Test, Wm. Powell, Isaac Arthand, Wm. Kob- 
ertson (Halifax county). 

Macklemore, James, Feb. 7,1733. Sons William, James, Charles, 
Ephraim and John, daughter Margery, wife Fortime Executrix. 
Test, John Doyle, Abraham Macklemore, Thos. Kobeson. 

Abstract op Wills.. 349 

Macklemore, Abraham, Bertie, January 14th, 1736. Nov. Court 
1736. Sons Atkins, Young and William, wife Executrix. Test, 
Wm. Gillem, Wm. Clanton, Jos. Brag. 

Markel, WiUiam, Feb. Ist, 1753. Nov. Court 1753. Brother 
Daniel, wife Doroliiy. Test, Jos. Whiting, Chas. Howard, Eliza- 
beth Howard. 

McGee, John, Guilford, Nov. 22d, 1773; Jan. 28, 1774. Son 
Samuel, daughter Nancy, Jean and Susanna, son William, all my 
children, wife Martha and son-in-law Robert Lindsey Executors. 
Test, Thos. Welbom, Ann Lewis, Jas. Morgan. 

Miller, Thomas, Pasquotank, Feb. 20th, 1693-4; July 16th, 1693- 
94. Sons Thomas, William, Richard and Nathaniel, Edward Mayo 
Executor. Test, John Hawkins, Wm. Temple, John Cabeze. 

Miller, Thomas, Pasquotank, March 30th, 1722; July 27, 1727. 
William Wilson, whom I also appoint my Executor. Test, Sam'l 
Cock, Anthony Cock, Jno. Scarbrough. 

Morrison, Benjamin, Wilmington, April 14th, 1760; June 10th, 
1760. Abraham Dimcan Executor. Test, Thgs. Jumball, James 
Rutherford, Henry Turner. 

Mace, William, Beaufort, May 10th, 1757. Only son William, 
brother Benjamin, brother Jonas and his son William, sister Pris- 
cilla Mace, sister Mercy Mace alias Morrison and son William Mor- 
rison, wife Ann Executrix. Test, Arthur Williams, Benj. Ellis, 
Wm. Teel, Jr., Wm. Prescott. 

Mace, Francis, Pasquotank, August 1st, 1749. Daughter Mary 
wife of Petfer Symons, son John, daughters Elizabeth, Sarah and 
Hannah, son Francis, wife and Peter Symons Executors. Test, Sam- 
uel, John and William Newby. 

Marsden, Thomas, New Hanover, Sept. 23d, 1739. Father Rich- 
ard Marsden, brother William, mother Elizabeth Marsden of York, 
England, John Swann and Thomas Jones Executors. Test, Wm. 
Dutten, Will Carr. 

Marsden, Alice, Wilmington, March 24th, 1755 ; March 1st, 1759. 
Daughters Alice and Peggy, grand-daughter Alice Mabson, son-in-law 
Arthur Mabson and John Starkey Executors. Test, Isaac Faries, 
Jno. Davis, Jr., Anthony Ward. 

McClammy, Thomas, New Hanover, May 2d, 1772; Sept. 7th, 
1773. Sons, Luke, Peter, Woney and Mark, daughters Ellender Nix- 
on and Catherine Hydelbyrd, sons Peter, Woney and Luke Executors. 
Test, Edward Pilcher, Ann Suttain, David Falle. 

Mackey, William, Bertie. Son Daniel, daughter Margaret, friend 
Mary Jones (daughter of Henry in Chowan), Executrix. Without 
date and witnesses. 

McNaughton, Ronald, Bladen, Oct. 5th, 1752 ; Dec, 1752. Sons 
Neill and Charles, daughter Mary, if child in esse, Duncan Mac- 

350 Abstract op Wills. 

coulatkie, sons Neill and Charles and wife Executors. Test, An- 
guish Shaw, J no. Optan, Jno. Campbell. 

Macklenden, Dennis, Bertie, Jany. 19th, 1725-6. Sons Dennis 
and John, daughters Mary and Elizabeth, brother Thomas, wife Mar- 
garet, father John Early, brothers Francis and Thomas Macklenden 
Executors. Test, Jas. Page, Nicholas Fairless. 

Morvel, Humphrey, March 10th, 1732-3; January 3rd, 1733. 
Mother Elizabeth Morvel, grand-sons Joseph and John Perry, Eliza- 
beth Watts. Test, Wm. Simes, Ann Burk. 

Mackinne, Richard, Edgecombe, August 10th, 1751. August Court 
1755. Brother Robert, Barnaby son of brother John, wife Mary, 
Wm. Kirichen, Sr., and Wm. Kinchen, Jr., Attys., to advise my wife 
whom I appoint Executrix. Test, Wm. Kinchen, Wm. Baker, Lem- 
uel Kinchen. 

Marshall, William, Bertie, Sept. 4th, 1738. May Court 1739. 
Wife Margaret her grand-son John Roberts, her grand-daughter 
Sarah Peeke, and grand-son Barrett Peeke, Mary Keefe (daughter 
of John), my son-in-law Wm. Peeke, John Keefe, Margaret Roberts, 
wife Executrix. Test, Jno. Wynns, W^m. Lee, Wm. Lewis. 

Marshall, John, Edgecombe, Oct. 24th, 1757. Son John, children 
Humphrey, Penelope, William, Elizabeth, Priscilla and Absole, 
daughter Goodwin Tucker, wife Amy and son John Executors. Test, 
Benjamin Haile, Benj. Neville, Thomas Marshall. 

Masters, John, Craven, March 22d, 1723. Brother Thomas Mas- 
ters, wife Juliana, brother Joseph, my brothers Executors. Test, 
Thos. Cook, Benj. Cummings, Sarah \\Tiitcaid. 

Masters, Thomas, Craven, Oct. 27th, 1746; June, 1749. Sons 
Joseph and Samuel, wife Sarah and son Joseph Executors. Test, 
Thos. Cook, Peter Duke, David Rawley. 

Masters, Joseph, Craven, Nov. 22d, 1759 ; May 3rd, 1760. Sons 
John, Thomas and Joseph, wife Arcala, my mother, wife, Samuel and 
Ihos. Cook Executors. Test, Thos. Cook, Eliza West, Wm. North- 
ern, Solomon^ Northern. 

MacCrary,' Robert, Bertie, May 30th, 1740; July 20, 1740. Eliza- 
beth daughter of Thomas Barfield, Mary, Sarah, Priscilla and Eliza- 
beth Brown daughters of Thomas Brown, deceased, Thomas Barfield 
Executor. Test, P, Roche, Thos. Barfield, Mary Barfield. 

Macfarrell, John, Nov. 25th, . Son Jacob to be left with 

grand-father Jacob Lewis, Benj. Turner Executor. Test, Wm. Hun- 
ter, Jos. Brampton, Benj. Turner, John Starkey, Wm. Crawford. 

Maker, Daniel, Albemarle, July 15th, 1694; July 15th, 1695. 
Children Daniel, Cathrine, Ellinor and John, wife Ellinor Execu- 
trix. Test, G. Muschamp, Pierre Gourre, Robert Mollyns. 

Maner, John, Bertie, Feb'y 21st, 1728-9. May Court 1729. Sons 
Henry and Jacob, Solomon Alston, all my children. Test, ElLz 
Smith, Mary Alston, John Alston. 

Abstract op Wills. 351 

Monteague, Elizabeth, Perquinmns, Sept. 20th, 1756. July Court 
1757. 5 pounds for the use ofthe funds in the ministry, Josiah Eaper, 
Miriam wife of Thos. Ovenhan, Naomi wife of Jas. Newby, Hannah 
Newby widow of James, Joseph Robinson, Sam'l son of Jas. Newby, 
Josiah Bundy, Thos. Kicholson, Wm. Hasket, Thomas, Christopher 
and Joseph Nicholson Executors. Test, Jno. Overman, Sarah Bar- 
row, Jno. Taylor. 

Monticue, Thomas, Perquimans, 5th, 7th month, 1750. Wife 
Elizabeth, Francis Nixon son of Zachariah, Henry Phelps, Samuel 
Newby, Jno. Nixon, Zach Nixon, Joseph Ratliff, Mehetabel Nixon 
daughter of Zachariah, wife and Zachariah Nixon Executors. Test, 
Josiah Bundy, Abraham Handreker, Jos. Ratliff. 

McKiechen, Dugald, Bladen, March, 1750. Wife Mary, child in 
essfe, brother James and Duncan, sisters Nancy and Sarah McKeichen 
father Donald McK, Mary McKiechen daughter of Donald, the 
daughter of Alex McKiechen, son-in-law Robert Hilly ard son of John 
of Northampton County, N.' C. Test, Neill McNeill, Alex McAl- 
aster, Angus Shaw. 

McKenzie, Rev. John, Suffolk, Va., March 2nd, 1754; April 8 
1754. Eldest son John, sons Kenneth and William, eldest daughter 
Janet, 2nd daughter Anne, William Gray my brother-in-law, Capt 
Jno. Hill, James Pugh and Pasco Turner of Nansemond County, Va. 
Executors. Test, James Pugh, James Wright, Christian Good**** 

McAdams, Sarah (widow),. Pasquotank, January Court 1744, 
Brothers Joshua and Nehemiah White, Thos. Nicholson, son Joseph 
Joshua and Nehemiah White Executors. Test, Chas. Pailen, Thos 
Nicholson, Jonathan Langworthy. 

Murphey, Thomas, Craven, Oct. 7, 1746; Feb'y 27, 1746-7. 
Sons Thoihas and Jeremiah, grand-son Wm. Farmer, son John, daugh- 
ter Bfidgett, wife. Test, John Johns, John Abbott, Jno. Peter 

Murphy, William, Edgecombe, Jan'y 23d, 1735-6. May Court 
1737. Daughters Mary, Martha and Esther,kinsman Wm. Hurst, 
Joseph Bradshaw, wife Ann, Jno. Edwards and Isaac Ricks Execu- 
tors. Test, John Pope, Wm. Godwin, John Strickland. 

Murphy, Jeremiah, Craven, Nov. 29th, 1750. May Court 1752. 
Son Thomas, Geo. Lane, Thomas Murphy and John Lane Executors. 
Test, Jno. Murphy, Jane Carruthers, John Carruthers. 

Mackelroy, James, Beaufort, April 23d, 1773; Oct. 20th, 1773. 
Son David, grand-sons James and John Mackelroy, daughters Sarah 
and Elizabeth, sons Adam and James, Mary Thomson, son John, 
daughter Cirtis, wife Elizabeth and Francis. Delamare Executors. 
Test, Ann Squires, Thos. Mackelroy, Zekiel Hutson. 

Murden, Jeremiah, Pasquotank, August 3rd, 1745; Nov. 20th, 
1750. Son John, daughter Mary, grand-daughters Mary Spence and 

352 ^ Abstract of Wills. 

Miriam Murden, son Kobert Executor. Test, John Jones, Isaac 
Jones, John Camrill. 

Morris, Thomas, New Hanover. Dec. Court 1744. Eldest son 
Thomas, son William, grand-son Thomas son of William, son Solo- 
mon and his son Charles, son James, sons William, Solomon and 
James Executors. Test, Thomas Steers, Susanna Nichols. 

Morris, John, Craven, August 3rd, 1742; Sept. 24th, 1742. Son 
John, daughter Mary, wife Mathew, Abraham Barrett and John 
Hudler Executors. Test, W. Wickliffe, Thos. Moore, Richard 

Morriss, John, Bertie, May 21st, 1759. July Court 1759. Son 
William, daughters Mary Stallings, Ann Holms, Sarah Farmer, 
Elizabeth and Jane Morriss, sons Nathan, Benjamin, Jacob and 
James Early Morriss, son Richard, wife, sons John and William 
Executors. Test, Wm. Williford, Jacob Stallings, J. Early. 

Matham, Ralph, Currituck, Jan'y 2nd, 1749; April 26th, 1750. 
Benjamin Sikes, Nicholas Lunro Executor. Test, Robt Still, Wm. 
Stevenson, Wm. Norton. 

Madren, Richard, March 10, 1755. June Court 1755. Sons 
Thomas and Reuben, daughters Elizabeth, Ruth and Ann, wife Sarah, 
brothers Jacob and Joseph Madren Executors. Test, John Smithson, 
Thos. Pritchard. 

Means, Mark, Craven, Jan'y 11, 1762; Feb. 4, 1762. Eldest 
son John, sons Anthony, Benjamin and Nathan, daughters Sarah and 
Peggy, Edmund Hatch, Jno. Frazier and Emanuel Simmons Execu- 
tors. Test, James McDonald, Jacob Bell, Emanuel Simmons. 

Minge, Joseph, Chowan, Dec. Ist, 1750 ; March 25th, 1751. Son 
Thomas, daughters Sarah Wilkins, Annarita Collins and Mary Minge 
grand-sons Joseph Wilkins and Joseph Collins, son Joseph, wife 
Rachel, Thos. Ward and son Joseph Executors. Test, RacheF Cam- 
bel, Thos. Ward, Thos. Calloway. 

Messex, Joseph, Onslow, Feb'y 27, 1754. Eldest son Louen, chil- 
dren Joshua, Armand„ Joseph, Dorothy, Sarah, Grace and Esther, 
wife Grace Executor. Test, Charles Wiliamson, Richard Wiliamson, 
Lewis Jenkins. 

Mullen, Isaac, Perquimans, August 24, 1743. Oct. Court 1743 
Son Joseph, daughter Rebecca, wife Elizabeth, brothers Abraham 
and Jacob Mullen Executors. Test, Sam'l Barclift, Jos. Perisho. 

McLearen, Archibald, Bladen, Oct. 26, 1751; Dec. 15th, 1751. 
Sons John and Archibald, son John Executor, Wife. Test, Dushee 
Shaw, Arch McDonald, Duncan Macfee. 

McGregor, Hugh, Pasquotank. My brother-in-law Jno. Mc- 
Gregor, sons Patrick and George, wife Executrix. Test, Wm. Barns- 
field, Thos. Pendleton. 

McCorkel, Robert, Anson. Children Archibald, RobertJ James 
McCorkel, wife Margaret McCorkel and James Linn Executors. 

Abstract of Wills. 353 

McAdams, James, Pasquotank, April 27, 1742 ; Feb. 23rd, 1742-3. 
Wife Sarah, Joshua White Executors. Test, James Hinsnosen. 

Morhoon, Josiah, Halifax, Jan'y 1st, 1772. Sons Josiah and 
James, daughters Ann and Edee, son Jesse, Needham Bryant, Elias 
Bryant and Thos. Hyman Executors. Test, John Bryan, James 
Burnet, W^m. Bland. 

Moss, Grace, Craven, June 7th, 1771 ; August 3rd, 1771. Son 
Joseph, Cousins Thomas and John Nelson Executors. Test, James 
Sumner, Jr., Daniel Mezer, Eleanor Clark. 

Mathias, John, ]\rarch 3rd, 1746-7. April Court 1748. Sons 
William. Josiah, Job and Joseph, wife Elizabeth and son William 
Executors. Test, David Boulton, Mary Butler (Perquimans). 

Medford, Henry, Halifax, Dec. 19th, 'l 773 ; Feb'y 17, 1774. Sons 
John and Henry, daughters Mary, Ferebee and Elizabeth, wife Eliza- 
beth, Jonathan (^aine and son John Executors. Test, Daniel Hull, 
Thos. Weathersbee. 

McClelland, Andrew, Bladen, March 21st, 1752. June Court 
1752. Grand-children Thomas, Jane, Andrew, John and James Mc- 
Clelland, son-in-law Andrew^ McClelland Executor. Test, Geo. 
Brown, Benj. Moore, Benj. Fitzrandolph. 

McXary, Gilbert, Hyde, March 11th, 1745-6; June 2nd, 1749. 
Son William, wife Elizabeth, daughters Mary and Janet, Jno. Smith, 
Sr., and Jr., Executors. Test, Wm. Speir, Thos. Allen, Henry 

Mandowell, John, Hyde, Dec. 31st, 1751. March Court 1752. 
Sons Samuel and John, daughters Elizabeth, Rebecca and Dinah, 
wife Elizabeth and Littleton Jerman Executors. Test, Littleton Jer- 
man, Joseph Jurganus. 

McCarty, Bailey, Hyde, March 5th, 1751 ; Sept. 3rd, 1751. Leah 
Anderson an orphan living with Benj. Cleaves, brother Dennis Mc- 
Carty, wife Elinor and Thos. Smith Executors. Test, Thos. Smith, 
Mm. Smith, Jeremiah Slade. 

McCarty, Dennis, Hyde, April 6, 1758. June Court 1759. Abel 
Hudson, wife Mary Executrix. Test, Luke Totevine, Rachel War- 
ren, Martha Basly. 

McAlpin, William, Craven, Oct. 28, 1747 ; Nov. 7, 1747. Former- 
ly of Sterlingshire, Britain, mother Jane MacLey in Earth Town in 
Sterli^gshire, N. B., daughter Hannah, wife Hannah, Thos. Rickey 
of Jamaica, and Mrs. Jane Cross Executors. Test, Fras Stringer, 
Honore Duncan, Catharine Liddle. 

Mortimer, John, Wilmington, June 14th, 1765. Wife Rebecca^ 
nephew John Conaway in Charleston, S. C, sister Mary Mortimer, 
daughter Hannah, Dr. Samuel Green and Cornelius Harnett Execu- 
tocB. Test, Wm. Purviance, Moses Jno. DeRosset, Wm. Gregory. 

Mete, George, Sr., Craven, Sept. 15th, 1727; Sept. 19th, 1727. 

354 Abstract of Wills. . 

Son George, daughter Ann Curtisse, wife Susanna, Adam and Math- 
ias Risenover Executors. Test, Joshua Piatt, Peter Bullard. 

Milliard, Charles, Cape Fear, Nov. 7th, 1735. Cornelius . Har- 
nett and Hugh Campbell Executors. Test, Solomon Davis, Jno. 
Davenport, Magdelen Campbell. 

Mundy, William, Albemarle, Nov. 3d, 1G88. Wife Emma Execu- 
trix, son William, daughter Elizabeth, Goodson Joseph Slockum. 
Test, Jno. Evans, Wm. Hancock, Elizabeth Slockum, John Wingate. 

Murphy, Edmon, Oaven, March 1st, 1745-6. Eldest sons Benj. 
and Joshua, son Edmon, wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test, James 
Tucker, Wm. Flood, Paul Phillips. 

Mayo, Edward, Pasquotank, Jany. 27, 1734-5 ; Feb. 14, 1734-5. 
Wife Mary, daughter Mary, wife's father Jos. Jessope Executor. 
Test, Jno. Scott, Jean (^anaday, John Palin. 

Mashborne, Jethro, Onslow, Dec. 17, 1752. Jany. Court 1753. 
Wife, daughters Sarah and Mary, son Edward, wife, Charles Cox 
and Daniel Mashborne Executors. Test, John Jerman, Wm. Whaley, 
Elizabeth Parker. 

Maultsby, John, Bladen. January Court 1758. Daughter Han- 
nah Roots, daughters Mary and Sarah, wife Mary Executrix. Test, 
John Jones, Wm. Harrison. 

Maultsby, John, New Hanover, May 17, 1757. November Court 
1757. Mother Mary, late father John, sisters Hannah and Sarah 
and their children, brother William, sister Hannah Roots, sister Sarah 
Sheperd, nephew William son of brother Wiliam, nephew Roger 
Roots, nephew John son of brother Wiliam, sister Mary Maultsby, 
Mary Roots daughter of sister Ha.nnah, Thomas James, Daniel Dun- 
bibin and sister Mary Executors. Test, Benjamin Morrison, James 

Meglohon, James, Bertie, July 4th, 1750; Sept. 4th, 1750. Wife 
Margaret, her former husband Jonathan Kittrell, son James, son-in- 
law William Roads, son-in-law Christopher Ilolloman, son-in-law Sam- 
uel Holloman, daughter Alice Meglohon. Test, Wm. Williford, Wm. 
Rasberry, J. Early. 

Maulc, Patrick, Bath, April 19, 1736; June, 1736. Wife Eliza- 
beth, son John, daughters Sarah, Barbara and Mary, Cousins John 
and William Gray Guardians, John Gray, Wm. Gray, John Caldron 
and Robert Boyd Executors. Test, Bass Fleming, Elizabeth Mont- 
gomery, Nehemiah ^fonk. 

Matox, John, Carteret, Jan. 1st, 1767; March 22d, 1774. Wife 
Meriam, cln'ld in esse, Moses Houston and James Barry Exo( ntors. 

;^[illar, William, Wilmington, Sept. 9, 1777 ; Oct. 18, 1777. Broth- 
ers Daniel and Thomas, father John, brother-in-law John Cowan, 
wife Anna, David Bowen, wife and Alex Hostler Executors. Test, 
James Gerbill, Thomas Brown, David Ross. 

Abstract of Wills. 355 

Maule, John, Beaufort, Dec. 11, 1773 ; Feb. 6, 1774. Wife Eliza- 
beth, son Moses land given me by my father Patrick Maule, daughters 
Elizabeth, Anne, Penelope and Jemima, brother-in-law Moses Hare, 
John Patten, Reading Blount, Jr., and Joseph Blount Executors. 
Test, Wm. Gerracji, Forbes Gerrard. ^ 

Mobley, John, of Lunenburg County, Va., Edgecombe, August 1st, 
1752. May Court 1753. Son Mordecai, cousin Samuel son of Ed- 
Avnrd, my brother, wife Rachel, my children. Test, John Williams, 
John Wood, Lewis Atkins. 

Moseley, Edward, New Hanover, March 20, 1748. August Coyrt 
1749. Eldest son John, daughter Ann, sons Edward, Sampson, 
James, Thomas and William, wife Ann and two eldest sons Execu- 
tors, wife's father Mr. Sampson, sisters-in-law Mrs. Mary Moore and 
Mrs. Sarah Porter, friend James Ilassell, Mrs. Elizabeth Moore relict 
of Col. Maurice Moore, sister of Elizabeth, my sister-in-law, children 
of late brother-in-law John Lillington, Col. Maurice Moore's three 
youngest children, my mother-in-law Mrs. Susanna Ilassell. 

Neal, Charles, Albemarle, January 7th, 1698-9. Daughter Dor- 
cas, her grand-father Jervis, John McKeel Guardian,^ brother John 
Woodhouse, wife Mary, daughter Mary, wife Executrix. Test, John 
McKeel, Francis Delamare, John Woodhouse, Thos. Boyd, Joy Mark- 

Neale, Abner, Craven, Jan'y 5th, 1770 ; Oct. 22nd, 1772. Daugh- 
ter W^innefred Thomas, grand-sons John and Abner Thomas, grand- 
daughter Sarah and Winnefred Thomas, sons Abner, Richard, Chris- 
topher and Phillip Neale, daughter Mary wife of Joseph Pitman 
daughters Hannah, Elizabeth and Patience, sons Matthew and Barre, 
wife Elizabeth, James Jones, Jno. Bryan, Thos. Cook, Sam'l Masters, 
Parmana Horton and John Tomlinson to divide property between my 
children, son Christopher, Roger Jones and son Richard Executors. 
Test, Elijah Jarman, Robert Turner, Benjamin Cummings. 

Neale, Henry, July 13, 1734; April 30, 1735. Wife Susanna, 
her son John Simpson, daughters Jane and Elizabeth Neale, sons 
Henry, Samuel and Thomas, sister Jane, Husbands, cousin Hazell 
and . Joseph Clark Executors. Test, Thomas Hall, Hannah Hall, 
Elizabeth Brian. 

Norris, William, Pasquotank, March 24th, 1724-5. Wife Susan- 
nah also my Executrix. Test, Daniel Guthrie, Zachariah Foold. 

Newsum, Joel, Northampton, May 10, 1751. February Court 
1752. Sons Hosea, John, David, Joel and William, daughter Mary, 
brother William Hillyard and John Duke Executors. Test, Rol)ert 
Peele, John Dickinson, Alex O'Quin. . 

Nusam, Richard, Bertie, Feb'y 11th, 1753. Au^rust Court 1753. 
Wife Elizabeth, daughter IXfary Skinner, and grand-daughters chil- 
dren, that is Mary Andrews, Martha Skinner, Rebecca, Sarah, Elle,, 

356 Abstract of Wills. 

and Lydia Skinner, grand-son-in-law William Andrews Executorr 
Test, Abraham Harrell, John Harrell, Francis Harrell. 

Ifixon, Zachariah, Perquimans, 9th day, 4th month, 1752. Son 
Francis, daughter Mehetable, son Zachariah, wife Elizabeth, Joseph 
White and son Francis Executors. Test, Jno. Nixon, Phineas Nixon^ 
Mark Newby. 

Nixon, Richard, Craven, March 5th, 1746. Jime Court 1746. 
Daughter Mary, son Richard, child in esse, brother-in-law Thomas 
Graves, wife Mary and John Fonville Executors. Test, John Oliver, 
Wheelwright Pearson. 

Nixon, John, Pasquotank, Feb. 4, 1687-8. Daughter Anne, wife 
Emma Executrix. Test, Henderson Walker, Richard Plater Francis 
Toms, Edward Mayo. 

Nixon, Elizabeth, March 19, 1747-8. January Court 1748-9. 
Son-in-law John Anderson, and wife my daughter Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter Sarah Jones, granfd-sons Samuel and John Anderson, grand- 
daughter Sarah Anderson, Elizabeth daughter of Joshua Albertso% 
cousin Joseph son of Thomas Nicholson, grand-son Joseph Anderson, 
John Anderson and grand-son Joseph Anderson Executors. Test, 
Thomas Overman, Joshua Albertson, Thomas Nicholson. 

Nixon, Zachariah, Perquimans, September, 1739. Oct. Court 
1739. Sons John, Phineas, Zachariah and Barnabe, mentions a saw 
mill, Michael Murphy, daughter Rebecca Tomes, grand-children 
Joshua and Mary Moore, son-in-law Samuel Moore, wife, John, Phi- 
neas and Zachariah Executors. Test, John Charles, Joseph Robinson* 

Nickson, Thomas, Northampton. February Court 1753. Broth- 
er Joseph, sister Sarah Jiner, brother Henry, Abram Stevenson, Jr.^ 
and Wm. Andrews Executors. Test, Wm. Tiner, Martha Moore. 

Nicholson, William, Currituck, August 21st, 1721. Sons Josiahy 
Theophilus and Anthony, daughter Sophia, youngest daughter Naomi, 
daughter Theodosia, Sarah Simons, Humphrey Vines and Joseph Sut- 
ton overseers. Test, Dayley Latter, Andrew Hadley, John Crabb. 

Nicholson, Joseph, Perquimans, 12th day 6th month, 1697; Jan'y 
10th, 1697-8. Brothers John, Benjamin, Samuel, Nathaniel and 
Christopher, brothers John and Samuel Executors. Test, Gabriel 
Newby, Mary Newby, Thos. Overman. 

Nicholson, Josiah, Currituck, Jan'y 23rd, 1749-50. April Court 
1750. Eldest son John, son Josias, daughter Close, son William^ 
wife Hannah. Test, Benj. Crabb, Pashene Everage, Alex Tonquier. 

Nicholson, Christopher, Perquimans, 17th 3rd month, 1723. Son 
Thomas, daughters Margaret, Mariam, Deborah, Mary and Ann^ 
wife Mary, brother Samuel and Zachariah Nixon Executors. Test, 
Jas. Newby, Solomon Pool, Richard Pool. 

Norfleet, Mary, Oct. 12th, 1742. Daughter Margaret, daughter 
Philisia and James Sumner lExecutors. Test, Joseph Riddick, Geo* 
Gordon, John Gordon. 

Abstract of Wills. 357 

Norfleet, Thomas, Edgecombe, Jan'y 23rd, 1745. August Court 
1749. Sons Thomas and Marmaduke, daughters Sarah, Ferebee 
firusanna, Mary and Elizabeth, wife Kuth. Test, Kobert Hilliard, 
Jno.. Blount. 

Norfleet, John, Chowan, Sept. 10th, 1753. April Court 1754. 
Son Abraham, wife Elizabeth, son John, daughter Pleasant, all my 
<5hildren, wife, sons John and James Executors. Test, David Jones, 
Wm. GwinUjIiUke Sumner. 

Norcom, Thomas, Perquimans, May 12th, 1748. Oct. Court 1748. 
Wife Martha, son Frederick, John Halsey Executor. Test, Perry 
Charlton, Mary Halsey. 

Norcom, Thomas, Perquimans, April 23rd, 1741. My father 
Thomas Xorcom, deceased, wife Susanna, son Thomas and his son 
John, bom of his deceased wife Mary (daughter of John Worley), 
grand-son of Kichard Whedbee, nephew John Norcom son of my de- 
ceased brother John Norcom, wife Executrix. Test, Joseph Arnold, 
Sam'l Handrick. June 23rd, 1744. 

Norcom, Thomas, Perquimans, May 13th, 1707; Oct. 27, 1707. 
Sons Thomas and William, grand-son Thomas, daughters Mary and 
Sarah, son John and his son Thomas, eldest daughter Elizabeth, wife 
fions Thomas and William Executors. Test, James Miner, Walter 

Norcom, John, Chowan, Feb'y 4, 1745. April Court 1746. 
Daughters Sarah and Ann, wife and friend John Halsey Executors. 
Test, John Pierce, Levy Haughton, Mary Sheldin. 

Norwood, William, Craven, Dec. 30th, 1747; Nov. 14th, 1748. 
Sister Mary Lane, niece Mary Raven, brother Thomas, nephew John 
Norwood, Walter Lane and Barnabas Russell Executors. Test, Thos. 
Pearson, Joseph Balch, Q. Betts, Thos. Pearson, Jr. 

Norwood, George, Northampton, April 21st, 1749. August Court 
1749. Son Samuel, grand-son George Norwood, grand-son Nathaniel 
son of Nathaniel Norwood, grand-son John son of Wm. Norwood, 
Elizabeth, Mary and Sarah, daughters of son Nathaniel, sons Na- 
thaniel and Samuel Executors. Test, John Justis, Wm. Wooten. 

Norwood, Thomas, Craven, Dec. 26, 1757; March 24, 1758. Son 
William, wife Frances, my children, wife Executrix. Test, Henry 
Trice, Sisely Norwood. 

Naylor, Richard, Albemarle, April 13, 1696 ; April 30, 1696. 
Daughters living in King and Queen Coimties, Va., (land in Pa- 
munkey Neck) viz. Margaret and Mary, John King Executor. Test. 
Martha Plater. 

Nicols, John, Albemarle, April 26, 1710; August 12, 1712. Son 
Samuel, daughters Mary and HannaH, wife Frances and brother 
James Executors. Test, Francis Forster, Ann Durnam, Hannah 

358 Abstract of Wills. 

NichoUs, James, Currituck, July 13, 1742. Eldest daughter 
Sarah, eldest son James, sons Caleb and Willy, daughter Franky, 
Jno. Etheridge Executor. Test, James Butt, Dorcas Thomas, Wm. 

Nichols, Nathaniel, Sept. 17, 1755. Oct. Court 1755. Sons 
Josiah and William, daughters Elizabeth and Mathew. Test, Thos. 
Hudson, Geo. Standley, Ann Standley, Wm. Williford. 

Noble, William, Bath, August 22d, 1723. June Court 1724. 
Sons Samuel and William, Joseph and James, daughter Hannah^ 
Eachel Noble, wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test, Robert Smith, John 
Starkey, Thos. Holston. 

Nobles, Samuel, Carteret, Dec. 26, 1776; Jan'y, 1776. Sons 
Mark and William, daughter Mary Magdalene Berry, her son David 
Berry, daughters Rachel, Betty and Nancy, son Samuel, sister Rachel 
Houston widow of William, deceased, sons Mark, William and Sam- 
uel Executors. Test, John Mundine, Brice Williams, Levi West. 

Newby, Francis, Perquimans, 8th day 11th month, 1752. July 
Court 1752. Brothers Nathan and Thomas, brother-in-law John 
Robinson, mother Mary Moore, brothers Thomas and Nathan Execu- 
tors. Test, Zach Nixon, Ralph Fletcher, Elizabeth Nixon. 

Newby, James, Pasquotank, 24th 9th month, 1739. Jan'y Court 

1743. Son-in-law Edward Ward, son Jacob, daughters Sarah, Mag- 
dalene and Mary, wife and John Bailey Executors. Test, Henry 
Raper, Thos. Carman, Jos. Robinson. 

Newby, Francis, Perquimans, March 18th, 1743-4. April Court 

1744. Sons Robert, Jesse, Mark and Francis, daughters Margaret 
and Sarah, sons Robert, Mark, Francis and Joseph Executors. Test, 
Susannah Wood, Mary Wilson, Rt. W-ilson. 

Newby, Joseph, Perquimans, 2nd 3rd month, 1752. July Court 
1752. Dauughter Mary, after decease of my father, cousin Eliz 
Mayo, cousins Eliz, Reuben and Mary Wilson, wife, uncle Samuel 
Newby and Jos. White Executors. Test, Joshua, Moore, Sarah 
Moore, Zach Morris. 

Needham, Thomas, Pasquotank, Oct. 6, 1740; July 5th, 1745. 
Sons John, Thomas, Gideon and Christopher, daughter Ann, son 
John Executor. Test, Dennis Sawyer, Robert Torksey. 

Nobleland, James, Edgecombe, August 12, 1755. Nov. Court 
1755. W^ife, daughter Mathew and Rebecca. Test, Wm. Ogilvie, 
Nath'l iferritt, Wm. Rainwater. 

NewTiam, Thomas, Edenton, Sept. 1st, 1723; Nov. 22d, 1723. 
Wife Frances also appoint her my Executrix. Test, C. Gale, Sarah 
Loyd, Jno. Fryars. 

Newton, Thomas, Bladen, Sept. 7th, 1705. Wife Mary, son John, 
daughter Jano^ wife and Cornelius Harnett Executors. Test, Will 
Bartram, Jacob Mezies. 

Newton, Christopher, Perquimans, May Court 1759. Daughter 

Abstract of Wills. 359 

Constant, wife Sarah Executrix. Test, Thos. Gilbert, John Newton, 
Walter Newton. 

Norton, John, Cumtuck, Sept. 30, 1744. July Court 1745. Sons 
William, John and Jonathan, daugfeers Abigail, Mehetabele and 
Hannah, sons Asa, William and John Executors. Test, Jonathan 
Tagness, Mary Norton, Margaret Russels. 

Norton, William, Bladen, Dec. 1st, 1746. Sept. Court 1751. 
Wife Mary, sons William and Daniel, daughter Elizabeth, grand-son 
John Smirdmoor, sons Thomas and Jacob Executors. Test, Wm. 
Lewis, John Mitchell, Josiah Newby. 

Norman, John, Onslow, March 6th, 1753. Oct. Court 1753.* Sons 
John, Willis and Peter, daughter Sarah, wife Mary. Test, Nath'l 
Averit, Eliz Carey, Job Hunter, John Hunter. 

Nevill, Francis, Perquinmns, April 16,1725; April 20,1725. 
James Collins and wife Lucy, Jno. Armour, Madame Britt, James 
Collins Executor. Test, Thomas Bedford, William Allen. 

Nevill, Benjamin, Halifax, Nov. 15th, 1758. Sept.^ Court 1758. 
Sons Benjamin and Jesse, daughter Elizabeth, wife Elizabeth and 
Chas. Drury Executors. Test, Jno. Marshall, Jr., Amy Marshall, 
Jr., Robert Sanders. 

Northern, John, Sr., Currituck, 1712. Sons John and Phillip, 
wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test, Daniel McFarlane, John Whedbee, 
John Bassleed. • 

Nassfield, John, Bladen, March 27th, 1760. Thomas White, wife 
Ann, Samuel McRee and wife Elizabeth, my children, wife Ann and 
John Robinson Executors. Test, Hu Waddell, Jos. Bailey, Edward 

Nice, William, New Hanover, April 24, 1757. May Court 1758. 
Sisters Jane and Catherine Nice in the shire of Murray, N. B., moth- 
er Jennet Nice, friend Mary Cook of Wilmington, David Fowler, 
John Walker, Thos. Cunningham, and James Hoyes my attorneys. 
Test, John Blyth, Benj. Stone. 

O'Brian, Darby, Perquimans, Feb. 18, 1723-4; July 6, 1725. 
Joseph Potts, Joshua Willobee, Wm. Evans Executor. Test, Antho 
Hatch, Jos. Godfrey, Temperance Pennice. 

Overman, John, Pasquotank, 9, 11th month, 1744-5. Wife Mary, 
daughter Elizabeth, son William, daughter Mary, wife and brother 
Thomas Overman Executors. Test, Chas. Overman, Jas. Overman, 
John White. 

Overman, Jacob, Pasquotank, Sept. 12th, 1715. Wife Dorothy, 
son Ephraim, daughter Margaret Mackey,. son Church, children of 
my son Jacob, deceased, son William Haig and W^illiam Mackey 
Executors. Test, Robt.Wheatley, Thos Woodloy. 

Overman, Charles, Pasquotank, August 8, 1755; — ; , 1756. 

Wife Ann, son Samuel, grand-son Reuben (son of Samuel) and his 
brother Simon, son Thomas and his son William, grand-son James 
son of Benjamin, sons Benjamin and Enoch, daughter Ann wife of 

360 Abstract op Wills. 

James Morgan, daughters Mary Armour, Elizabeth Armour and 
Hannah Delon, Thomas Nicholson and nephew Joseph Kobinson 
Executors. Test, Joseph Mc^re, David Jadcson. 

Overman, James, Pasquotafll, March 20th, 1745-6. July Court 
1746. Wife Susannah, daughter Hannah, son Thomas. Test, 
Thomas Overman, James Newby, Charles Overman. 

Oliver, Joseph, Pasquotank, March 29, 1734; June 11, 1737. Sons 
Thomas and John, daughters Sidney, sons Executors. Test, Jno. Mc- 
Keel, Thos. McKeel, Thos. McKeel, Martha Mason. 

Oliver, Frances (widow of Andrew), Edenton, Feb'y 26th, 1754. 
Oct. Court 1756. Son-in-law John Davison, daughters of my broth- 
ers and sisters in Virginia, Jehodah Davis, John Davison Executor. 
Test, Anthony Casteel, Eliza Flood, Leonard Cotton. 

Oliver, Thomas, of Hatteras, Feb'y 4, 1743-4; April 2nd, 1745. 
Sons Joseph and Thomas, daughter Sarah, father-in-law Job Carver, 
and wife Phebe Executors. Test, Geo. Scarborough, Eliz Jackson. 

Odom, Jacob, Bertie, Fcb'y 11th, 1735-6. Nov. Court 1736. 
Sons Richard, Abraham, Thomas and William, daughter Sarah, wife 
Susan Executrix. Test, Jnb. Jenkins. 

Odom, Richard, Chowan, August 12th, 1729. Eldest son Richard, 
2nd son John, sons Jacob, x\aron and x\braham, daughters Ann, Sarah 
Elizabeth and Jane, grand-daughter Ann Vann, sons Richard and 
John Executors. Test, Edward Vann, James Brady, Edward Taylor. 

Orsborne, Obadiah, Onslow, August 8th, 1758. Oct. Court 1758. 
Children Eston, Eardis and John Jenifer Orsborne, wife Elizabeth 
Executrix. Test, Edward Ward, Enoch Ward. 

Oriiiond, Whyriott, Beaufort, March 9, 1773. Wife Elizabeth 
Penelope the negroes she had of her father, daughters Nancy and 
Sarah, brother Roger Ormoud, George Barrow, daughters Xancy 
and Sarah Executors. Test, Richard Crowds, Thos. Rospass, Thos. 
Respass, Jr. 

O'Daniel, Owen, Craven, March, 12th, 1735-6. May Cort 1736. 
My father-in-law Richard Fryer, wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test,, 
Wm. Kennedy, Eras Ilobson, Robert Andason. 

Oldfield, Richard, Onslow, April 19, 1773; Sept. 9, 1773. Sons 
Potts and Richard, wife Mary, sons Peter and Reuben, daughters 
Nancy, Serath and Experience, Peter Starkey and Dr. Edward 
Hardy Executors. Test, Wm. Conaway, Mary Pitts, Jane Pitts. 

Of eye, Daniel, JanV 18, 1708. John Kimball. Test, John 
Danes, John Sparrow, John Iskelf. 

Overton, Robert, Currituck, Nov. 12, 1750. April Court 1753. 
My cliildren, wife also Executrix. Test, James Burnham, Caleb 
Sikes, Ephraim Bright. 

Overton, John, Onslow, March 20, 1737-8; July 14, 1739. Son 
James, daughters Sarah and Mary, wife Elizabeth, children John, 

Abstract of Wills. 361 

Aaron, Moses, David, Jesse, Naomi, Elizabeth, Susannali and Angel, 
wife and son John Executors. Test, Wm. Crawford, John Hanly. 

O'Quin, Patrick, Northampton, Nov. 23rd, 1751. Feb'y Court 
1752. Sister Charity Glisson, Thomas Deens Executor. Test, John 
Brown, Thos. Cook, John King. 

Odyer, Dennis, Johnston Co., FeVy 16, 1746. Wife Ann, daugh- 
ter Mary and rest of my children, Ambrose Avis and John Clarke 
Executors. Test, Richard Byrd, Lovick Young. 

Owens, John, Tyrrell, September 16th, 1748; March 5th, 1750. 
Sons Zachariah, Thomas and John, daughter Sarah, wife Ann and 
«on Zachariah Executors. Test, Nath'l Spence West, Thos. Fox, 
James Fox.. 

Oxenwall, Peter, Craven, Sept. 9, 1730. Sept. Court 1730. Wife 
Elizabeth also Executrix. Test, Wm. Carraway, John Carraway. 

O'Neal, Michael, Currituck, March 3rd, 1722-3; , 1723. 

Sons Michael and Thomas, daugliters Thurzia and Sarah. Test, 
Thos. Arkar, Eliz. Hiner, Rich'd Church. 

Powerff, Isabel, Currituck, Nov. iSth, 1757; Dec. 20th, 1757. Sons 
William and Caleb Executors, daughters Isabel Brite and Jean Ether- 
idge, grand-son James Ethoridge, daughters Frances, and Abigail 
Poyner, son George. TestWm. Etheridge, Eliz Marshall, Thomas 

Perisho, Sarah, Perquimans, May 24th, 1754. April Court 1754. 
Son Simon, daughters Sarah, Jane and Mourning, grand-son James 
Perisho, son James and brother Joseph Perisho Executors. Test, 
James Pierce, Thos. Stanton, Miles, Harvey Clerk of the Court. 

Powers, William, Eden ton, Nov. 6, 1747 ; April 14,- 1748. James 
Roach at Sullivan's Keys, Trinadad, Henry Gould in Mallow Lane, 
Cork, sister Austice Po"wer of Cork, Col. Benjamin Hill of Bertie 
Executor. Test, Abraham Blackall, ^os. Harron, Alex McCulloch. 

Powers, George, Currituck, March 27, 1754. June Court 1755. 
Sons Caleb and William, daughters Mary Etheridge, Isabel Bright, 
Lydda Etheridge, Jean Etheridge and Abigail Powers, wife Isabel 
Executrix. Test, James Burnham, Wm. Marshall, Richard Eth- 

Pearson, John of Kent county, Delaware, Oct. 8, 1750. June 
Court 1755. Wife Phebe also my Executrix. Test, Mary Justis, 
James Justis, John Snow. 

Pearson, Thomas, Craven, Dec. 7th, 1743. Sons Wheelwright 
and Thomas, daughters Elizabeth (now in New England), Mary, 
Anne and Esther, son Harmond if alive whom I suspect was drowned 
at sea, sons Wheelwright, Thomas and daughter Mary Executors. 
Test, James Weare, John Shine, Lemuel Harvey. 

Pearson, Rachel, Perquimans, 25th 4th month, 1750. January 
Court 1750. Son Peter, daughter Rachel Bogue, grand-daughter 
Lydia Bogue, daughter Mary Winslow, son Jonathan, daughter Betty 
Bagley, son John, son Jonathan, son-in-law John Winslow and Robert 

362 Abstract of Wills. 

Bogue Executors. Test, Joshua Holand, Arthur Croxen, John More* 

Passmore, John, Edgecombe. Nov, Court 1754. Sons George, 
John, Robert and Joseph, wife Sarah, daughters Elizabeth Sammon 
and Sarah, sons George and John Executors. Test, John Jackson, 
Moses Pendry, James Samon. 

Pringle, Alexander, Craven, Jan'y 29th, 1738-9. Wife Jean, Dr. 
John Duncan, Executor. Test, Nicholas Fox, Abraham Jessop, Mar- 
garet Wade. 

Parker, Francis, Edgecombe, April 26th, 1746. Sons Francis 
and Joseph, daughters Elizabeth Foreman, Charity Brett, Catharine 
Hodges, wife Elizabeth and son Simon Executors. Test, Gerrard 
Wall, John Knight, Water McFarlan. 

Inventory Estate of William Parker of Chowan filed by James Par- 
ker Sept. 21st, 1751. 

Parker, Henry, Craven, Feb'y 27th, 1733-4. Sept. Court 1734, 
God-son Henry Greens, wife Catharine. Test, Jno. Bryan, Benj. 

Parker, Thomas, Currituck, March 16th, 1753. March Court 
1755. Wife Rebecca also my Executrix. Test, Thomas Taylor, 
Wm. Braball, Jno. Lurry. 

Parl^er, Thomas, Chowan, Jan'y 23, 1717. October Court 1717- 
Sons Thomas and Joseph, daughter Sarah, sons John and William, 
daughter Frances, wife Jeane. Test, John Parker, Henry Oham, 
Benj. Evans. 

Parker, Azricom, Currituck, Feb'y 18th, 1738; Oct. 3rd, 1738. 
Sons James and Thomas, daughters Thomasin Stevens and Sarah 
Portwood, Azricom Parker, wife Thomasin and son John James 
Executors. Test, Josias Litell, Michael O'Neal, Timothy Ives. 

Parker, Joseph, Sr., Chowan, Nov. 15th, 1749. Jan'y Court 
1749-50. .Eldest daughter Mary Cannon, daughter Kuth, eldest son 
Nathan, sons Joseph and Jacob, daughter Periana, son Job, wife 
Ruth Executrix. Test, Jeremiah Cannon, Mary Cannon. 

Parker, Richard, Chowan, Sept. 22d, 1749. April Court 1752. 
Sons Richard and Daniel, grand-sons Richard and William Parker, 
sons Robert, Peter, Jonathan and Jonas, daughters Elizabeth Hunter, 
Ann Spivey, and Alice Daughtry, sons Jacob, Stephen and Francis, 
daughter I^atienee, wife and son Peter Executors. Test, John Wil- 
liamson, Wm. Daughtrie, John Moore. 

Parker, Mary, Edgecombe, August 11, 1753. x\ugust Court 1754, 
Grand-son Edmon Godwin. Test, Benj. Brand, Moses Coleman, 
Cornelius Jordan. 

Parker, Simon, Edgecombe, Dec. 31st, 1750. March Court 1759. 
Sons Francis, William, Simon, Robert and James, dauglitrrs Judah, 
Sarah, Winnie, Charity and Ruth, wife Judah, brother Francis Par- 
ker and brother-in-law James Knight Executors. Test, Charles Dan- 
iel, Gerard Wall, Mary Cullender. 

Abstract of Wills. 863 

Parker, William, Chowan, Dec. 27th, 1750. July Court 1751. 
Sons James and Benjamin, daughters Judith Duke (wife of Thomas) 
and Ann French, sons William, Thomas and John, daughter Mary 
Fryer, wife and son James Executors. Test, Wm. Waters, Henry 

Parker, Peter, Currituck, May 2nd, 1722 ; July 10th, 1722. Sons 
Peter, William and Wicker, daughters Sarah Gregory, Mary Jane 
and Joanah Parker, brother William Parker, wife Hannah Executrix. 
Test, Kichard Dange, Jane Dange, Ann Bell. 

Parker, Peter, Currituck, April 24th, 1750, Wife Jemima, all 
to raise my small children. Test, Edward Cox, Elijah Cox, Han- 
nah Ferebee. 

Palin, John, Pasquotank, August 16th, 1737. Oct. Court 1737. 
Wife Sarah, son John, Henry Palin son of brother Thomas, his sister 
Mayy Glaistfer, daughter Mary Clark, Millicent Bull, brothers son 
Thomas, Grizzell Bull, Sarah and Charlotte Bull, cousin Ann wife 
of David George, son John and wife Executors. Test, David George, 
Wm. Reed, Mary Glaister. 

Palin, John, Pasquotank, FeVy 15, 1753 ; Dec. 26, 1756. Sarah 
Palmer daughter of Benjamin, Samuel Swann son of William, Ann 
daughter of Wm. Hoskins, Ann Winslow, Edward Baptist, Clark 
Baptist and Joseph Scott Executors. Test, Wm. Hoskins, Thomas 

Palin, Henry, Jr., Pasquotank^ Jan'y 30, 1699. Wife Ann, eldest 
son John, son Thomas, Richard Heatt and wife Elizabeth, wife and 
son John Executors. Test, Archibald Burnett, John Robinson, Hugh 
Campbell, Richard Heatt. Probated April 16th, 1700. 

Pender Paul, Bertie, April 1*8, 1748. August Court 1748. Sons 
John, Joseph and Solomon, daughters Mary Lawrence, Elizabeth Lee, 
Rachel Ellis and Christian Davis, wife Elizabeth, son Paul Executor 
Test, Alex Cotton, Jacob Lasher. 

Purdy, George, July 10, 1733; August 2nd, 1733. Wife Catha- 
rine, Grace Dawson, Richard Sanderson, Sr., of Perquimans and Ed- 
ward Salter Executors. Test, Geo. Burrington, John Pursell. Mr. 
Purdy lived in East Smithfield at a place called Angel Court. 

Pritchett, Margaret, Beaufort, June 12th, 1756. March Court 
1756. Sons Peter, Abraham and James, grand-daughter Elizabeth 
Pritchett, daughter Sarah, grand-daughter Margaret Pritchett, sons 
Phillip and Joshua,daughter Sarah Bond, sons Peter and Abraham 
Executors. Test, Thos. Carapen, Mary Tindsley. 

Pritchard, James, Pasquotank, June 5th, 1754. Dec. Court 1755. 
Wife Susannah, also my Executrix. Test, Wm. Coale, Thos. Taylor, 
Elizabeth Taylor. 

Pritchard, David, Pasquotank, Oct. 20th, 1707. January Court 
1707-8. James and Hugh Pritchard; 640 acres of land in forks of 
Nobbs Creek to James Pritchard, 200 acres to Hugh Pritchard, 100 
acres to Sarah Pritchard (daughter of Samuel) and 180 acres to sis- 

864 Abstract op Wills. 

ter Elizabeth, Richard Pritchard (son of Samuel), David Pritchard 
(son of Hugh). Test, Richard Madren, Anna Madren. 

Pritchard, Joseph, Pasquotank, Adm'r of Benjamin Pritchard, 
March 17, 1752. Sureties Robert Murden, Thomas Taylor. 

Pritchard, David, Pasquotank, Jan'y, 1697-8. Sons Thomas, 
Henry, Samuel, James and David, sons Samuel and James Executors. 
Test, Philip Barnes, Richard Madren. 

Pritchard, Benjamin, Pasquotank, 12th 1st month, 1746-7. Jan'y 
Court 1752. Brother Joseph, sister Sarah also appoint them my 
Executors. Test, Wm. Davis, Jonathan Reding, John Brokes. 

Pritchard, Joana, Pasquotank, Oct. 25th, 1707 ; Jan'y 20th 1707,-8. 
Samuel and John Pritchard and Patrick Gormack Executors, my 
three grand-children, my grand-child by former husband Gardner. 
Test, Geo. Harris, Geo. Harris, Jr., Richard Gray. 

Pritchett, Jacob, Beaufort, May 4, 1756. Sept. Court 175G. 
Eldest daughter Anne, wife Rebecca, James and John Ilerinton, sons 
Simon, Zebulon and Stephen Pritchett. Test, Mary Tindsley, Abi- 
gail Daw, Jane Collabear. 

Pritchett, Abraham, Beaufort, Jan'y 9th, 1749. Son Phillip, 
wife Margaret, sons Joshua, Peter, Abraham and James, daughters 
Sarah and Elizabeth, sons Phillip and Joshua Executors. Test, John 
Wallis, W. Bell, James Flanakin. 

Pottle, Joseph, Perquimans, Feb'y, 1747-8; August 4th, 1749. 
Daugter Elizabeth, Patrick Pool Executor. Test, Jos. Newty, Ralph 
Fletcher, Sam'l Moore. 

Peeke, James, Bertie, Nov. 23rd, 1728. Feb'y Court 1728-9. 
Wife, son William, John Warren, Geo. Winn, Thos. Banks and Rich- 
ard Oldner Executors. Test, Eliz Davis^ Martha Lee, Tredle Keefe. 

Perkins, Henry, Carotuck, July 2nd, 1713 ; July 12th, 1715. My 
first wife's children, wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test, Peter Poyner, 
Jos. Poyner. 

Purkins, David, Beaufort, April 26th, 1733. Elizabeth Wormsley, 
daughter Mary Putnell, Africa Harvey, daughters Ann Jones and 
Rebecca Purkins, son James, daughter Sarah Parker, wife Mary Exe- 
cutrix. Thos. Worsley and Simon Alderson Trustees. Test, Simon 
Aborton, Joel Martin, James Purkins. 

Paquinit, Michael, Carteret, 1745. March Court 1747. Nephews 
James and Michael Paquinet. 

Paquinet, Michael, Carteret, Feb'y 20, 1772 ; March 6, 1772. Wife 
Mary, sons James and John, daughters Charity, Mary and Margaret, 
sons Jacob and Josiah, daughters Elizabeth and Rebecca, wife and 
son James Executors. Test, Sener Scott, Wm. Robertson. 

Plater, Richard, Pasquotank, no date. John Hunt, John Mackeel, 
Tobias Knight, Hugh Campbell, Anthony Hatch, mother Dorothy 
Plater of Leeming Co., Xorfolk, England, Madame Sarah Beather 

Abstract of Wills. 365 

of England, Hugh Campbell and Anthony Hatch Executors. Test, 
James Ming, Anthony Markwell, John Fourre. 

Phillips, William, Beaufort, Oct. 6, 1750. Son Samuel, sister 
Ann Williamson's children, wife Elizabeth and son Executors. Test, 
I'homas Moore Kich'd AUigood, John Keel. 

Phillips, Thomas, Craven, June 22d, 1743 ; Dec. 23d, 1743. Wife 
Isabel Executrix, son William, eldest son John Executor, son Mason, 
eldest daughter Mary, sons Thomas, James and Mark. Test, Robert 
Patterson, Henry Sumerlin. 

Phillips, Thomas, April 4, 1751. May Court 1751. Wife Patty, 
son William, daughters Patty and Mary, sons Thomas and Mack, 
wife's daughter Patty, son William and wife Executors. Test, Simon 
Simpson, Ben Edwards, C. Edwards. 

Pope, Samuel, Craven, Jan'y 5th, 1758; Jan'y 6th, 1758. Wife 
Sarah, children Elizabeth, John, Samuel, Mary and William Pope, 
George Pope, Sr., and John Turner Executor. Test, Kobt. Taylor, 
Geo. Pope, Betty Lane. 

Poyner, Will, Carotuck, March 14th, 1722. Eldest son William, 
youngest son Samuel, daughter Mary Ann, wife Executrix. Test, 
Hannah Metggs, Thos. Swann, Wm. Lefman. 

Poyner, Peter Carotuck, April 12th, 1715. Sons Peter, Robert 
and William, daughters Elizabeth and Margaret, son Joseph, Sam'l 
Barber, son James, wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test,' Humphrey 
Vines, Eliz Davis. 

Poyner, William, Currituck, April 7th, 1753. Son Nathaniel, 
daughter Elizabeth, Wm. Shergold and Col. Caleb Winslow Execu- 
tors. Test, Sam Simmons, Jonathan Poyner, John Chillam. 

Poyner, James, Coratuck, May 7, 1744. March Court 1755. Son 
Umphrey, cousin Robert Poyner, all my children, wife Sarah Execu- 
trix. Test, Edward Cox, Rich'd Rogers Sam'l Simmons. 

Pilson, Grace, Craven, Sept. 17, 1743. Sister Mrs. Mary Fox at 
Perth, Amboy, New York, and her daughters Grace and Ellinor Fox, 
Richard Scott, brother Thomas Fox, Richard Bidder of New York 
Executor. Test, Geo. Pope, James Whiting, James Coor. 

Pilson, Thomas, Craven, Feb. 17th, 1742-3. June Court 1743. 
Wife Grace, brother Charles, sister Elizabeth Wheeler, ^ wife and 
brother Executors. Test, Jno. West, Christopher Dawson, Nicholas 

Piner or Poyner, Peter, Currituck, June 23rd, 1758. Dec. Court 
1758. Wife Sophia, sons Joel, Benjamin and Nathan, daughters 
Sophia Barris, Mary Mercer, Esther Salyer, Abie Piner, Kesiah 
Piner and Josiah Parker, son Nathan Executor. Test, Wm. Bray, 
Joshua Bell, Reuben Bray. 

Pope, Edward, Pasquotank, Jan'y 6, 1721-2; April 21st, 1722. 

366 Abstract of Wills. 

Wife Sarah, also appoint her my Executrix. Test, T. Norris, Ed- 
ward Mayo. 

Pierce, Joseph, Perquimans, 19, 1736; Oct., 1736. Son 

Thomas, daughters Meriam and Rebecca, wife Alis and brother Thos. 
Pierce Executors. Test, Josiah Gilbert, Sam'l Gilbert Joseph 

Pearce, Robert, Att'y at law, late of Exeter, Edenton, John Lovick 
to close up my business and remit to John Harris at Exon, Dover, G. 
B. Test, x\nn Jenoure. 

Pierce, Thomas, Chowan, 6th 4th month April, 1755. Oct. Court 
1756. Daughters Mary Nixon, Sarah Morris, Jemima Newby and 
Kerrenhappuck, grand-son Pierce Xixon, brother-in-law Peter Jones' 
heirs, my present wife Isabel, daughter Kesiah, Jno. White Guardian 
for Kerrenhappuck, son-in-law Phineas Xixon, Jno. Morris, Robert 
Newby, Nathan Newby and Jos. White Executors. Test, John 
Simons, Cornelius Leary, Mary Creecy. 

• Pierce, Joseph, Perquimans, no date. Wife Damaries, brother 
Thomas Pierce, wife and Zachariah Nixon Executors. 

Pearse, John, Perquimans, 13th 7th month, 1682. Thomas Dail, 
A. Bundy, sons Thomas and Joseph, wife Caleb Bundy, son John, 
daughter Rebeccah, wife's brother Caleb Scott, Wm. Bundy and 
Jonathan Phelps Executors. Test, Robert Wilson, Francis Tomes, 
John Stanley. 

Porter, Samuel, Bladen, Sept. 30, 1757. Children James, John, 
Hugh and Samuel, Peter Loard and Wm. McRoe Executors. Test, 
Matthew Byrne, Nath'l Plato, John Look. 

Porter, Nicholas, Johnston, August 24, 1749. Sept. Court 1749. 
Daughters Jeane, Elizabeth, Anne and Agnes, son Samuel, all my 
children. Test, Needham Bryan, Mary Lees. 

Porter, John, Beaufort, April 9th, 1754. March Court 1755. 
Eldest daughter Mary, youngest daughter Sarah, sister Sarah Rich- 
ardson, wife, Michael Contauche and Nath'l Richardson Executors. 
Test, Thos. Lough, Wm. Trippe, Charles Lowther. 

Porter, John, Hyde, Nov. 20th, 1751. Sons William and John, 
daughter Patience, wife Elizabeth, Thomas and John Smith Execu- 
tors. Test, Thos. Smith, Mary Smith, Mary Rhodes. 

Porter, John, Sr., Cape Fair,'^Oct. 11, 1727; Jan'y §th, 1728. Son 
John, daughter Sarah, wife Sarah. T est, Seth Pilkinton, John 
W'orth, T. Knight. 

Porter, John Swann, of Rocky Point, Now Hanover, 1770. Sam- 
uel Ashe, eldest son of John Baptista Ashe, Sam'l Swann and John 
Baptista Ashe Executors, Cineinnatus Ashe son of Samuel Ashe, 
Esq., the eldest brother of John Baptista Ashe, John ifoore. 

Proseoate, John, Beaufort, Sept. 21st, 1722. Sons Aaron, Benja- 

Abstract of Wills. 367 

liam, Thomas Russell and Moses, Habakkah Russell, daughter Mary, 
daughter SarahPardue, wife Mary, son William Executor. 

Prescoate, John, Beaufort, Sept. 21st, 1722. Sons Aaron, Benja- 
min, William and Simon, daughters Anne Mcintosh, Esbelle Wil- 
liams and Hannah. Test, Moses Poole, John Braffett. 

Prescoate, William, Craven, March 17, 1744-5. Sept. Court 
1745. My father, sons Moses, John, William and Richard, daugh- 
ter Mary, son Aaron, grand-daughter Elizabeth Prescoate, son Job, 
, wife Mary Executrix. Test, Daniel Coverley, Aaron Wood, Charles 

Phelps, Henry, Perquimans, 19th day 3rd manth, 1752. July 
Court 1752. Son Jonathan, daughter Elizabeth, wife Margaret, 
brother Jonathan and father-in-law Zach Nixon Executors. Test, 
I'rancis Tomes, Francis Xixon, Samuel Xewby. 

Pinkett, Eleanor, Beaufort, May 17, 1752. March Court 1758. 
William Daniel Pinkett, son Thomas, son-in-law Wm. Moore, daugh- 
ter Hannah, son Zachariah, grand-daughter Rachel Cason, William 
D. and Thomas Pinkett Executors. Test, Geo. Moye, Jr., Wm. Proc- 
ter, Margaret Smith. 

Phelps, Jonathan, Perquimans, 11th, 10th month, 1689; April 4, 
1689. Son Jonathan, wife Hannah, daughter Elizabeth Yholes, son 

Phelps, William, Perquimans, April 15, 1752. April Court 1752. 
Father-in-law and my mother, cousin John Harvey, cousin James 
Sitteson, William Barker, Sarah Elliott, John Harvey and James 
Sitteson Executors. Test, Joshua Hobart, Margare Moore, Derbe 
More, Peninah Chancy. 

Phelps, Godfrey, Tyrrell, Feb'y 7, 1740. Sept. Court 1751. Sons 
Cuthbert, Godfrey and John, daughters Sarah and Elizabeth, wife 
Elizabeth and Joshua Phelps Executors. Test, John Pagett, Joshua 
Phelps, Jos. Spruell. 

Palin, Thomas, Pasquotank, Oct. 22d, 1750. * Sons Kenny and 
Thomas, daughter Anne. Test, Anne Hopkins, Theo. Grainger. 

Paull, William, Northampton, May 9, 1744. Wife Mary. Test, 
Richard Williams, Wm. Pusking, John Paull. * . 

Parsons, Thomas, Craven, Feb'y 13,1747-8 ; Dec. 20, 1749. Sons 
John, Jeremiah and Thomas, daughters, Sarah, Mary and Elizabeth, 
JohnMason Executor. Test, Thos. Mastres, Chas. Cook, Thos. War- 
ren Lee. 

Parsons, Samuel, Perquimans, 12th day 3rd month, 1745. July 
Court 1745. Sons Samuel, Barnabv and John, daughters Sarah 
Arnell and Mary Parsons, neice Eliz Cosand, wife SaraJi, sons John 
and Samuel Executors. Test, John Anderson, Larner Ames, Jno. 

Parsons, John, Perquimans, Dec. 29th, 1753. April Court 1754. 

368 Abstract op Wills. 

Daughter Miriam, wife Mary and brother Samuel Parsons Executors. 
Test, John Whedbee, Gabriel Cosand, Jos. Perisho. 

Perry, Philip, Perquimans, July 5, 1751. Oct. Court 1751. Son^ 
Jesse and Philip, daughter Sarah Field, wife, daughters Mary, Eliza- 
beth, Rachel, Jude and Miriam, brother John Perry, Jacob Perry 
son of Joseph, Executor. Test, Moses Field, Benj. Perry, Eliz Perry. 

Pirent, James, Edgecombe, March 7, 1757. May Court 1757. 
Son James, daughters Patience, Mary and Sarah, Arthur and Joshua 
Bell Executors. Test, James Hogan, Joshua Bell, Wm. Holloway. 

Paine, John, Wilmington, Jan'y 9, 1767 ; March 4, 1767. Daugh- 
ters Catharine Musgrove, Paine, child in esse, Mother Mary Brewton, 
sister Elizabeth wife of Francis Arthur, now in Georgia, wife Cath- 
arine Executrix, in case of her death or marriage, Maurice Moore and 
Wm. Hill Executors. Test, Mary Snow, Ann Monat, Will Monat. 

Paine, John, Craven, Dec. 29, 1753 ; March 16, J754. Wife Ann^ 
son Thomas Executor. Test, Caesar Scott, Aun Snow. 

Paine, Samuel, July 17th, 1715 ; April 10, 1716. John McKenny 
and son John, Rachel McKenny daughter of John, James and John 
' Carroon Executors. Test, Thomas Crocker, Katharine Jones, James 

Pricklove, Elizabeth, Perquimans, Jan'y 23rd, 1728. Daughter 
Leah Smith, grand-son John Smith, grand-son Silvanus Wilson, 
grand-daughter Rachel Wilson, Judith and Priscilla Sanders, 
daughters of my daughter Priscilla Sanders, daughter Rebecca 
Chancy, daughters Judeth and Rebecca. Test, Elizabeth Elliott. 

Plomer, Samuel Saban, Edenton, April 12, 1755; May 2nd, 1755. 
Penelope and Charlotte Blackall, daughters of Dr. Abraham Blackall, 
deceased, Sarah Rowdon, Capt. John Hixon, my niece Sarah Sharp 
and Elizabeth Plomer, Jno. Campbell, Charles Elliott, Barrister at 
Law, Executors. Test, Ben Wheatley, Jno. Harvey, Robert Lenox. 

Price, Peter, Beaufort, Feb'y 3rd, 1734-5; March 11, 1734-5. 
Martha Dickison widow, Elizabeth Allen, John, Sarah, Martha, Mary 
and Ezekiel Dickison, James McKeel and Francis Knight Executors. 
Test, Bar Fleming, Thos. Lewis, Sarah Lewis. 

Price, Rice, New Hanover, Sept. 27, 175"6. Son Edward, wife 
Thomasin and son Richard Executors. Test, Jno.. Rogers, Henry 
Harker, Wm. Pearse. 

Price, Thomas, Edgecombe, August 24, 1750. May Court 1751. 
Sons William, Thomas and John, daughters Elizabeth and Rachel, 
wife. Test, John Hooks, Wm. Raddam, John Hooks, Jr. 

Price, Thomas, Pasquotank, Sept. 16, 1689. Godson Michael 
Mackdaniel, John and Mary Humphrey, John Sayer. Test, Jarrell 
Keen, Jno. Sawyer. 

Price, William, Perquimans, Sept. 21st, 1756. Jan'y Court 1757. 

Abstract op Wills. 369 

Daughters Mary, Christian, Rachel and Elizabeth, wife Sarah and 
Nicholas Stallings Executors. Test, Isaac Lilly, Abraham Riddick, 
Eliz Stallings. 

Peterson, Jacob, 1697. Wife Rebecca. Test, Edward Golff, Mary 
Golff . ( Perquimans. ) 

Peterson, Jacob, Perquimans, Jan'y 13, 1697. !paughter-in-law 
Rebecca Bond late wife of my son Jacob, daughters Elizabeth, Con- 
stant and Ann, wife Mary Executrix. 

Powell, William, 1749. Mother Fielder Powell, brother George, 
sister Anne, brother Osborne, mother Executrix. 

Powell, Thomas, Northampton, July 20, 1752. Feb'y Court 1754. 
Daughters Kesiah and Anne, wife's son Richard, Thomas Powell, 
wife Elizabeth, son Matthew Executor. Test, Henry Horten, Bar- 
naba Johnson. 

Perisho, John, Perquimans, 17th 12th month, 1755. April Court 
1759. Sons John, James, Joseph and Samuel, daughter Elinder, son 
Vines, daughter Betty, Mary and Jean Bundy, sons Josiah and John 
Executors. Test, Peter Pearson, Cornelius Moore. 

Pilkinton, Seth, Beaufort, Oct. 7, 1751. Wife Sarah, daughter 
Sarah Coutanche and Winnef red Pilkinton, my wife's daughters and 
grand-daughters viz : Ann Lillington, Catharine Lockhart and Mary 
Evans, son-in-law Michael Coutanche and daughter Winnef red Execu- 
tors. Test, John Fry, Wm. Stubbs, Michael Coutanche, Jr. 

Peet, William, of Long Island, N. Y., 1722-3 ; March 12, 1722-3. 
James Ballew of Chester, Penn. Test, Valentine Wallis, Ann Wallis, 
Ann Man. 

Palmer, Joseph, Pasquotank, Oct. 11th, 1744. Oct. Court 1744. 
Elder brother Robert, his son Malachi, youngest son Benjamin, sister 
Sarah Palmer, brother-in-law, cousin Thomas Palmer. Test, John 
Mackeel, Emanuel Knight, Thomas Palmer. 

Pickens, Andrew, Nov. 4, 1756. Wm. Davis and wife Nancy Exec- 
utors. Sons Andrew, John a^id Joseph, daughter Jean. Test, Robert 
McClanahan, Jno. Pickens. 

Pope, William, Edgecombe, Jan'y 15, 1749. Feb'y Court 1749. 
Sons Jacob, West and Stephen, daughter Julien Newsome, grand-son 
Wm. Taylor the plantation in Isle of Wight County, Va., where I for- 
merly lived, grand-children William and Richard Pope (sons of 
Jacob), daughter Rebecca, son Jacob and son-in-law Joseph Newsome 
Executors. Test, Henry West, Joseph Pearse, Arthur Wall, John 

Pike, Samuel, Pasquotank, 11th day 10th month, 1716. August 
8, l7l9. Sons Samuel and Benjamin, wife Jane Executrix. Test, 
John Martin, John Moor. 

Pettit, Francis, Chowan, 1710; August 12, 1712. Cousin John 

370 ' Abstract op Wills. 

Chestre, son Francis, daughter Sarah, brother Jesse, children of Ed- 
ward Norrington Comfort, John Barrow guardian of son Francis, 
^ife Mary Executrix. Test, Jenkin Williams, Sam'l Barrow, Eras 

Phillips, Paul, Craven, June 5th, 1746. JuneCourt 1751. Grand- 
son Paul Eloood, son Paul, daughters Eachel Gomshaw and Kuth 
Sanders, son-in-law Wm. Elood, wife Kebecca and Wm. Elood Execu- 
tors. Test, Luke Green, Leonard Loftin, Peter Henderson. 

Pursell, liTeill, Newbern, March 5, 1752. Eeb'y Court 1753. 
Wife Sarah also my Executrix. Test, Ferebee Williams, Kt. Moore, 
John Snead. 

Pursell, Gavit, Albemarle County, Jan'y 31st, 1724-5; August 
2nd, 1725. Wife Elizabeth, daughters Elizabeth and Mary, sons 
Latham, Edmund and Gavit. Test, Wm. Wilson, John Scarbrough. 
' Pegg, Margaret, Pasquotank, Feb'y 27, 1729; March 14, 1729. 
Son John, daughter Ann Smithson, grand-daughter Mary Smithson, 
daughter Mary Gregory, daughter Jane Barecock (wife of William), 
grand-son Thomas Barecock, son Peter Brown, grand-son John Brown 
grand-daughter Miriam Gregory, John Peggs Executor. Test, Thos. 
Woodley, Daniel Rocksaker, Wm. Minson. 

Peggs, John, Pasquotank, March 20th, 1755. Jxme Court 1755. 
Son John, daughters Mary and Ann, son John and John Smith Exec- 
utors. Test, Thos. Hamlin, Robert Hosea, Jonathan Harrell. 

Pratt, Elizabeth, Chowan, administratrix of Jeremiah Pratt, Jan'y 
6, 1753. William and Thos. Long sureties on bond. 

Pratt, Joseph, Perquimans, August 29th, 1737. Oct. Court 1737. 
Brothers Jeremiah and Joshua, Nathaniel Corruthers and brother 
Joshua Executors. Test, Nath'l Corruthers, Joshua Pratt,' Jere- 
miah Pratt. i 

Pratt, John Chowan, August 3rd, 1743. Jan'y Court 1743-4. 
Brother Joshua Pratt Executor. Test, David Butler, Joseph Ming. 

Patterson, Henry, New Hanover, Jai^fy 7, 1750 ; Sept. 10, 1751. 
Wife Anne. Test, Thos. Newton, John Walker. 

Paterson, George, Bertie, Nov. 20, 1749; Dec. 30, 1749. John 
Barnes, Ann Thornton, Grizell Barnes, Andrew Barnes, Jno. Barnes, 
wife Mary, John and Andrew Barnes Executors. Test, Thos. Ryan, 
Andrew Thomson, James Flood, David Thomson. 

Pateson, Ann of Perquimans, Administratrix of Henry Pateson, 
Dec. 17, 1731. Sam'l Saban Plomer and James Trotter sureties on 

Pritlow, John, Edgecombe, 8th 7ber, 1730; May 1st, 1728. 
Daughter Rachel Wilson, grand-son John Smith, daughters Judeth 
Sanders and Eliz Elliott, her son Pritlow Elliott, daughters Rebecca 
and Leah, grand-daughters Judeth and Priscilla, daughters of daugh- 
ter Priscilla), wife Executrix. 

Abstract op Wills. 371 

Pitman, Benjamin, Edgecombe. May Court 1756. Sons Moses, 
Hicah, Jacob and Samson, daughters Patience Faulk, Mary Bottoms, 
Abigail, Lucy, Celia and Jerusha Pitman, wife Executrix. Test,' 
John Strieker, John Samson, John Murphue. 

Pitman, Thomas, Edgecombe, April 4, 1754. FeVy Court 1755. 
Wife Ann, son Lot, brother Robert, son Thomas, brother Ambrose 
Executor six other sons and two daughters. Test, John Hopkins, 
Ambrose Pitman, John Fort. 

Pough, Henry Poole, Craven, 27th , 1735-6 ; March 17th, 

1736. John Vandrick. Test, John Bryan, John Jacob Hoaner, 
Sarah Thomas. 

Poitej|;iBt^ Peter, August 23rd, 1729; June 10, 1730. Son An- 
thony, wife Susannah, son Joseph Lemuel, son-in-law John Snow, 
son-in-law Francis Deshugus, sons Isaac and James, daughters Judah, 
Hester and Ann. Test, John Arthur, Anthony Green. 

Pace, Richard, Bertie, March 13th, 1736. FeVy Court 1738. 
Sons William and Thomas, wife Rebecca, son Richard, daughters Ann 
Steward, Rebecca Bradford, Amy Green, Frances Green, Tabitha 
Moore, Mary Johnson and Sarah House,* sons William and Thomas 
Executors. Test, J. Edwards, Wm. Boon, Benj. Dukes. 

Peele, Judeth, Northampton, June 22nd, 1756. August Court 
1756. Sons John, Robert, Joseph, Joshua and Josiah, daughters 
Sarah Peele, Mary Cranberry (wife of William), son-in-law Wm. 
Granberry Executor. Test, Wm. Rutland, Abram Boner. 

Pimbrough, Daniel, Perquimans, ^P^il 22d, 1688^ August 2nd, 
1688. My country woman Elizabeth Lillington, Wm. Calloway, 
Wm. Tetterton and Elizabeth Tetterton children of Wm. Tetterton 
deceased, children of Caleb Calloway, whom I appoint my Executor. 
Test, Alex Lillington, John Durant, Robert Herman. 

. Prouse, Ann, 14th day 10th month, 1682. Brother Charles' chil- 
dren, Margaret Poole. Test, Andrew White, Wm. Mobrey. 

Phifer, John, Mecklenburg, Co.,August 17th, 1775; Jan'y term 
1777. Son Paul, father Martin Phifer, daughter Margaret and Ann 
Elizabeth, wife Catherine, father-in-law Paul Barringer. Test, Benj. 
Patton, William WalUace, Sam'l Patton. 

Penrice, Francis, Perquimans, May 13, 1756. April Court 1758. 
Sons Francis and Samuel, daughter Hannah, son Edward, daughters 
Mary Long, Ann Sutton and Elizabeth Long, son Edward and daugh- 
ter Hannah Executors. Test, Joshua Skinner, Wm. Warrinton. 

Penrice, Thomas, Chowan, Sept. 5th, 1739. Oct. Court 1739. 
Brother Francis whom I appoint my Executor. Test, Joshua Hobart 
Luke Gregory, Mary Penrice. 

Purser, Robert, Bath, May 10th, 1733; Sept. 11th, 1733. Eldest 
son Richard, sons James, Benjamin and Robert, daughter Mary, wife. 

372 Abstract of Wills. 

Test, Thos. Jenerke, John Leigh, Jacob Pritchett, Humphrey Hood- 

Pipkin, John, Chov/an, May 2l8t, 1745; July 18, 1745. Sons 
Phillip, Lewis, Isaac, Daniel, Joseph, Pope and Steward, daughters 
Mary and Martha, wife Martha. Test, Henry Goodman, Jr., Timo- 
thy Goodman, Henry Goodman, Sr. 

Pearcy, Lazarus, Craven, April 11th, 1760. My children, sons 
John, James, Edmund and Ephraim, wife and son John Executors. 
Test, Edward Pearce, Thos. Pearce, Hezekiah Pearce. 

Puryear, Robert, Edgecombe, April 25th, 1758. June Court 1759. 
Sons Robert and William, daughters Mary, Margaret, Elizabeth and 
Ann, Moses Horn,wif e Frances and Francis Puryear Executors. Test, 
William Hobgood, Rachel Taner. 

Pendleton, Thomas, Pasquotank, May 10^ 1749; April 18, 1750. 
Daughter Penelope wife of Jo's. Jordan, Jr., daughter Mary, my fath- 
er Henry Pendleton, deceased, daughter Elizabeth, Robert son of 
Joseph Jordan, Jr., my daughter Executrix. Test, Henry Conner, 
Robt. Jordan, Timothy Pendleton. 

Pendleton, Thomas, Pasquotank, Feb'y 21st, 1750-1. July Court 
1751. Wife Sarah, daughter Nancy, son Joseph, daughters Eliza- 
beth and Temarza, Benjamin Palmer and son Robert Executors. 
' Test, Will Gregory, John Hosea, Demsey Conner. 

Quinn, Loftin, Carteret, Feb'y 5th, 1774. Son William, daugh- 
ter Margaret,wife Mary Executrix. Test^ Abigail Coale, Sarah Coale. 

Robans, Andrew, Craven, June 22d, 1722-3. June Court 1733. 
Eldest son John, son Andrew, daughter Elizabeth, wife Ann and 
Adam Moore Executors. Test, Wm. Wilson, Nath'l Baran. 

Robins, Joseph, Rowan, Nov. 18, 1754 ; April, 1756. Sons Joseph 
William and John, daughter Elinor, wife and brother-in-law John 
Nation Executors. Test, W. J. Smith, Chas. Nation, Rich'd Robins. 

Roberts, James, Newbem, April 4, 1774. Sons Richard, Robert 
and Jamies, all my children, Wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test, Alex 
Gaston, John Mackey, James Coor. 

Roberts, Joseph, Jan'y 15th, 1776. Daughters Sarah and Salome, 
wife Elizabeth, James and Mica j ah Frazier, uncle and father-in-law 
to deceased. Test, Cynthia Roberts, James Frazier, (Craven). 

Roberts, James, July 21st, 1745. Wife Isable, sons Samuel and 
James, daughter Margaret. Test, Jas. Conaway. 

Rodgers, Joseph, 1704; Jan'y 2nd, 1704-5. Grand-daughter Eliza- 
beth Dearem, grand-son Joseph Cockrum, his brother Charles Hop- 
ton and wife Mary Executors. Test, Henry Ix)ckey, John Proctor. 

Rogers, Joseph, Northampton. Feb'y Court 1752. Sons John, 
Joseph, Aaron, Isom, Reuben and Drury, daughter Faith, son Mich- 

Abstract of Wills. 373 

Eel, daughters. Sarah Tarrer and Mary Lowry, sons John and Joseph 
Executors. Test, Nath'l Williams, Ely Williams. 

Rogers, Robert, Dec. 13, 1736 ; June 11, 1739. Thomas and Mary 
Galloway, grand-sons Wm. Daniel and Wm. Rogers, son Robert, 
daughter Elizabeth (wife of Simon Daniel), children of my son Rab- 
ert and also of my daughter Elizabeth Daniel, son Robert Executor. 
Test, Jno. Williams, Jane Williams, Rich'd Taylor. 

Rodgers, John, Albemarle, March 4, 1724. Son John, also my 
Executor. Test, Joseph Darden, Mary Rodgers, John Rodgers. 

Rogers, Thomas, Sr., Bertie. August Court 1749. Son Thomas, 
Mary Rogers daughter of Thomas and Mary, daughter Mary Gamble, 
son Robert, rest of my children and grand-children. Test, Wm. Lat- 
timore, John Little. 

Rogers, Thomas, Bertie, FeVy 14, 1754; Jxme 29, 1754. Daugh- 
ter Mary, son Thomas, daughter Frances, son Nehemiah, wife Mary 

Rogers, Richard, Onslow, July 4, 1749. Wife Sarah, also my 
Executrix. Test, Jno. Dudley, Ezekiel Hawter. 

Rogers, William, Albemarle, August 24, 1690. Johanna Latman, 
Test, Jno. Holland, John Twigger, Hannah Edy. 

Rogers, Emanuel, Bertie. May Court 1729. Wife Deborah, my 
two daughters, if child in esse, John Gray Executor. Test, R. B. 
Hayesworth, Daniel Crawley, Bryant Jervil. 

Roseir or O'Neal, Nathaniel, July 5th, 1703. Wm. Jones Execu- 
tor, Test, John Lewerton. 

Richardson, John, Newbem, Sept. 11, 1773 ; Sept. 16, 1773. Wil- 
liam Evens, Peter Gordon (son of Patrick), Joseph Crispin and Rig- 
don Brice Executors. Test, Jas. Green, Jas. Parrott, Benj. Green- 

Richardson, Geo. New Hanover, Nov. 15th, 1756. John Davis 
Executor. Test, Samuel Neale, Anthony Ward, Thomas Neale. 

Richardson, Stephen, Pasquotank, FeVy 7, 1722; July 6, 1723. 
Sons John, Stephen and Richard, Thomas Betrys and wife Fewrin, 
sons Libbeus, Joseph and Benjamin, daughter Elizabeth, wife Mary 
Executrix. John and Amos Trueblood overseers. Test, James 
Grewes, Catharine Grewes, Hannah Everton. 

Richardson, John, Perquimans, Nov. 28, 1743. Jan'y Court 
1743-4. Daughter Anne, son James, wife Mary Executrix. Test, 
James Gibson, John Parrish. 

Rick^rtion, Gordius, Craven. Son Benjamin, eldest son Jesse, 
daughter Bethsheba, son Gordius, wife Abigail and Emanuel Jjim- 
mons Executors. Test, John Granade, John Markeet, Edw'd 

Roe, Luke, Craven, Dec. 30, 1774; Jan'y 12, 1776. Brother 
Thomas and his son Benjamin Roe, Matthew Stephence, brother-in- 

374 Abstract op Wills. 

law Joshua Taylor, Jacob Taylor (son of Joshua), Peter Physicic 
Executor. Test, Matthew Stephens, Nance Stephens, Peter Physioo* 

Koe, James, Craven. March Court 1737-8. Francis Stringer 
Executrix. Test, Daniel Shine, James Moore. 

Koe, Edward, Albemarle, Pasquotank Precinct, May 3rd, 1690; 
July 16, 1696. Son Edmund, sons Eben, Ezer and Valentino, 
daughter Deborah, wife Sarah, Daniel Fee, Geo. Eles, Eliz Lee. 

Roe, Bobert, (Princess Anne Co., Va.) Beaufort. Dec. Court 
1756. Daughters Kitty, Bettie and Daley, son Kitly Eoe and wife 
Executors. Test, James Degge, John Plowman, Henry Trippe. 

Row, Valentine, Pasquotank, March 8, 1739. Oct. Court 1740. 
George, Ballentine and Mintene, daughters Deborah, Sarah Rowson 
and Mary, son George Executor. Test, Rich'd Pritchard, Jnb. Har- 
ris, Thos. Pritchard. 

Rountree, Thomas, Chowan, August 6, 1772; June 15th, 1774. 
Daughters Elizabeth Small, Sarah Stallings, Mary, Ruth and Rachel 
Rountree. Speaks of land on Catharine Creek, daughters Judath 
and Christian, grand-daughter Sarah Small, Aaron Hill Executor. 
Test, Henry Melton, Thos. Spivey. 

Rountree, Hannah, Perquimans, Sept. 12th, 1758. Jan'y Court 
1759. Mother Sarah Lilly, brother-in-law Elisha Lilly, brother 
Moses Rountree, sister Lidy Rountree, sister Ann Benton, Nicholas 
Stallings Executor. Test, Joel HoUowell, Elias Stallings, Abner 

Rountree, Moses, Perquimans, July 21st, 1755. Oct. Court 1755, 
Son Moses, daughters Sarah, Hannah and Ann, wife Nicholas Slal- 
lings and son Moses Executors. Test, Joshua and John White, 
Abram Hill. 

Rountree, Francis, Johnston, July 15th, 1745. Sept. Court 17 1^. 
Sons Kader, Francis, William, and Moses, all my childreaij wife ind 
Moses Coleman Howland Executors. Test, John Barefoot, Tbeophi- 
lus Coleman. 

Rountree, Thomas, Sr., Chowan, Dec. 1st, 1746. July Court 1748. 
Sons Charles and Thomas, grand-sons William Wallis and Thomas 
Rountree (son of Thomas and Mary), son-in-law Elias Stallings 9 ad 
wife Elizabeth my daughter, their children Jacob, Elias, John and 
Elizabeth, wife Elizabeth, Charles and Thomas Rountree Executors. 
Test, Thos. Walton, John Freeman. 

Rountree, Jesse, Craven, Oct 14, 1777; Nov. 21st, 1777. Sons 
Jesse, William and John, daughters Mary and Elizabeth, John Roun- 
tree and John Fish Executors. Test, Thos. Coleman, Noah Rountree 
Edw'd Fitzpatrick. 

Rhodes, Henry, Dobbs, Dec. 21 st, 1773; Jan'y 6, 1774. Sons 
Jacob and William, daughters Mary, Rincey, Elizabeth, Barbaiy, 

Abstract of Wills. 375 

Rachel and Sarah Rhodes, wife Elizabeth, Benj. Rhodes, Wm. Jones 
and Jas. Dew Executors. Test, Moses Cox, Ilobert Winsett 

Rhodes, William, Sr., Tyrrell, August 29th, 1753. Wife Eliza- 
beth, sons William and John, daughter Margaret Collins, William 
and Sarah Garrett (children of my daughter Elizabeth Garrett), son 
William and John Executors. TestThomas Bedford, Jno. Brown- 
ing, Chris Battony. 

Rhoads, Henry, Onslow, Sept. 14, 1751. Sons Henry and Thomas 
wife Mary, son-in-law David Mashbone, grand-daughter Elizabeth 
Mashbone, son Henry Executor. Test, Thos. Rhoads, Patience John- 
son, Joshua Paule. 

Rodes, Richard, Albemarle Co., March 2nd, 16'93. Wife Eliza- 
beth, daughter Elizabeth. Test, D. Madren, Sarah Davis, Elizabeth 
Madren. ( Pasqutank. ) 

Reading, William, Halifax, August 26, 1773; Feb'y 3rd, 1774. 
Son Joseph, daughters Mary, Ann, Amy and Patty Brown, wife Ann, 
son-in-law James Brown and Wm. Williams Executors. Test, James 
Davis, Martha Hooks. 

Reading, Thomas, Beaufort, Jan'y 29, 1749. March Court 1748-9. 
Niece Margaret Caldron, nephew Churchill Caldron, son of sister 
Ann, deceased, niece Margaret Caldron Executrix. Test, Mary Dun- 
can, Mary Powery, Jno. MacLenny. 

Reading, Joseph, Pasquotank, June 29, 1731. Sons Samuel and 
James, wife Sarah, daughters Elizabeth, Mary, Miriam and Sarah, 
son John, daughter Ann Pendleton, son Joseph, son Jonathan Execu- 
tor. Test, David Bayley, Thomas Pritchard, Daniel Rods. 

Riding, John, Perquimans, Jan'y 28, 1754. April Court 1754. 
Elizabeth Fullenton my intended wife, cousin Ellis, my brothers-in- 
law John Davis and Joshua Small Executors, my three sisters. Test, 
Jesse Eason, Joseph Skeeto, Jno. Harud. 

Rourke, Edmund, Bladen, May 1st, 1769 ; Dec. 15, 1769. Wife 
Dorothy, son Samuel, daughter Mary Addison, Henry McCoy, son 
Samuel Executor. Test, Chas. Dayley, Mary Anderson, David 

Riordan, Dennis, Currituck, July 14, 1723-4 ; July 14, 1724. Wife 
Sarah, daughter Angelica, Thomas and William Vines, wife Execu- 
trix. Test, David Leggett, J. Wicker, Sam'l Simmons. 

Rice, Morgan, Albemarle Co., Oct. 16, 1684. Sarah Bumby, Jr., 
(daughter of John Bumby, Sr.,) whom I appoint my Executrix. 
' Test, Wm. Bumby, Autho Hatch. 

Rice, Benjamin, Beaufort, Sept. 12, 1745. June Court 1746. 
Sons Zebulon, Benjamin, James, Evan, Clanerly and Ephraim, sons 
Gideon nn I Hezekiah, wife Mary Executrix. Tes't, Nath'l Draper, 
Thomas Wills. 

Rice, Edward, Bertie, Dec. 28, 1752. May Court 1753. Son 

376 Abstract of Wills. 

John, daughters Mary and Bettie, brother John, son John, Thomas 
Slatter and wife Executors. Test, Jno. Coke, Sr., Jas. Hair, Walter 
Ivans, Eliz Ivans. 

Rice, Lucy, (widow), Pasquotank, daughters Mary and Bettj, 
daughter's cousin Evan Jones, Executors, Feb'y 13, 1720-1. Test, 
Robert Palmer, Thos. Palin. 

Rice, John, Chowan, May 23rd, 1741. Jan'y Court 1753. Wife 
Sarah, brother Edward Rice Executor. Test, Hardy Hurdell, Benj. 
Berriman, Thos. Rountree, Sr., Joseph Hair, Jr. 

. Rice, Nathaniel, New Hanover, Dec. 6th, 1752 ; Feb'y 27, 1753. 
Sisters-in-law Hannah and Mary Bussy, wife's niece Elizabeth Dale, 
niece Elizabeth Turner in Hampshire, son John Rice and his childreu' 
wife Mary, Chief Justice James Hassell, Sam'l and John Ashe Exec- 
utors. Test, Jas. Porterfield, David Lindsey, Archibald MacLane. 

Rice, Mary, Wilmington, Feb'y 9th, 1773 ; Jan'y 2l8t, 1774. Han- 
nah (wife of Thos. Chamber), niece Elizabeth Dale, Thos. and Han- 
nah Camber guardian to said niece, also appoint them with Penny 
Bussy my Executors. 

Razor, Francis, Bertie, April 2nd, 1747 ; Oct. 18, 1748. Daugh- 
ter Elizabeth Hardy, grand-daughter Frances Hardy, son Edward, 
daughter-in-law Elizabeth Razor, daughter Christian Bell, son-in-law 
Lamb Hardy Executor. Test, William Hardy, Thos. Todd, Charity 

Ragland, Stephen, Northampton, March 1st, 1746. Feb'y Court 
1747. Sons Stephen, George, William and Frederick, daughter 
Agnes, wife Mary. Test, Robert Hicks, Jno. Hamilton, Jno. Webb. 

Ragland, Frederick, Northampton. Brothers George and Wil-^ 
liam, also my Executors. Test, James Parham, Roger Taylor. Au- 
gust 2d, 1757. Feb'y Court 1758. 

Renfrew, John, Edgecombe, May 30th, 1748. August Court 1748. 
Sons Enoch, George and Jacob, wife Tomasin, her two sons William 
and James Renfrow. Test, Nath'l Holley, John Evans. 

Revis, Edward, Sr., Northampton, Feb'y 21st, 1750-1. Wifo 
Sarah, son John, daughters Jude and Mary, son Jesse, wife and Capt. 
John Person of Virginia Executors. Test, Arthur Harris, John GiV 
liam, Arthur Jordan. 

Reed, Joseph, Anson. July Court 1751. Wife, son William, all 
my children, John Nesbitt and J. Dozier Executors. 

Read, George, Carteret, May 26, 1753. Son Robert, daughter 
Martha (wife of Israel Christian), daughter Anne (wife of John* 
Morgan), daughters Sarah and Frances, wife Ann Executrix. Test, 
Geo. Cogdell, Grigg Yarbrough, Jacob Shepard. 

Ryan, Thomas; Bertie, Jan'y 29, 1753. Sons David, James and 
George, son-in-law Cornelius Campbell and wife Elizabeth (my 
daughter), daughter Mary Ryan, wife Martha, Mrs. Isabella Dyall. 

Abstract of Wills. 377 

Test, Edward Underhill, David Allen, Humphrey NichoUs. Codicil 
attested by D. Allen, Eliz Ashburn, Mary Capehart 

Kichards, John, Pasquotank, July 11th, 1741. July Court 1741. 
Son-in-law Laws Pridees, wife Mary Executrix. Test, Thos. Weeks, 
Jno. Nelson, Theophilus Mason. 

Kichards, Mary (widow of John), Pasquotank, Oct. 31st, 1743. 
JFeVj Court 1743-4. Cousin Margaret Williams, daughter Frances 
Predy, son-in-law Laws Predy Executor. Test, J. Hall, Andrew 
Moore, J. Hardy. 

Richards, Richard, Edgecombe, Oct. 23rd, 1758. Dec. Court 1758. 
Wife Rebecca, sons John, Jesse and Richard, wife and David Craw- 
ley Executors. Test, Wm. Kinchen, Wm. Hays, Sr., Jno. Green. 

Robinson, Charles, Anson, Dec. 29th, 1754. Son Cornelius, daugh- 
ters Sarah and Elizabeth, sons Townsend and Charles, daughter Cath- 
erineMoorman, wife Sarah, sons Townsend and Charles Executors. 
Test, Wm. Dowas, John Slow, James Denson. 

Robinson, Joseph, Perquimans, June 8th, 1717; July 9th, 1717. 
Son John, daughter Sarah, wife. Test, Timothy Clare, Elizabeth 

Robinson, Thomas, Chowan. April Court 1755. Son William, 
wife and children, child in esse, John Halsey and John Vale Execu- 
tors, Test, Sam'l Benbury, Hannah Clay, Sarah Arrington. 

Robertson, James, Pasquotank,July 17, 1753. Sons Mordecai 
and Malachi, daughters Euphan and Sally, wife Sarah Executrix. 
Test, Wm. Woodly, Mary Taylor.- 

Robinson, John, Perquimans, 1st 10th month, 1757. Jan'y Court 
1758. Sons Thomas and Rowland, wife Mary, daughter Sarah, 
brother Joseph Robinson and son Thomas Executors. Test, Jno. 
Ifixon, Sarah Robinson, Joshua Morris. 

Robertson, Henry, Edgecombe, June 23rd, 1749. Feb'y Court 
1752. Eldest son Higdon, daughter Temperance, sons Henry and 
Peter, daughter Deborah, son Lewis, wife. Test, A. J. Smith, Wm. 
Ogilvie, Jr., Chris' Ogilvie. 

Ratliffe, Samuel, Bertie, Feb'y 31st, 1733; July 11, 1733. Son 
Isaac, Parthey Ball, daughters Elizabeth and Isabel, Nath'l Hill and 

Th(Hna8 Executors. Test, Wm. Byrd, Ann Ball, Wm. 


Ratliffe, Richard, Albemarle Co., Perquimans Precinct, 17th 4th 
month, 1724; July 14th, 1724. Sons Thomas and Joseph, wife 
Dameris, daughters Elizabeth, Mary, Sarah and Huldah, wife, son 
Thomas and brother Cornelius Ratliffe Exectors. Test, Nathaniel 
Nixon, Francis Croxton, Mary Nicholson. Probated at Court held 
at the house of Jonathan Evans. 

Reese, Owen, Pasquotank, April 17, 1745. July Court 1746. 

378 ABSTRAcrr op Wills. 

Eldest son John, son Owen, wife Mary, eldest daughter Betty, daugh- 
ters Sarah, Mary and Ann, wife and Daniel Williams Executors. 
Test, John Bumham, David Cartwright, Wm. Cartwright. 

Richmond, Henry, Sept. 15, 1714. Wife Jemima, also my Execu- 
trix. Test, Chas. Bull, Mary Stanton. (Pasquotank.) 

Ridddick, Joseph, Perquimans. Oct. Court 1759. Sons Joseph^ 
Kadah and Isaac, daughter Mary, wife Hannah, son Eadah and 
brother Robert Riddick Executors. Test, Jos. Perry, Benj. Perry, 
Job Riddick. 

Russell, Thomas, Craven, Feb'y 4, 1744. March Court 1744-5. 
Son John, daughters Mary Smith and Jemima CuUings, John Smith 
son of Winfree, wife Executrix. Test, Peter Duke, Jno. Williams, 
Wm. Miller. 

Russell, John, Onslow, Nov. 14, 1751 ; July 3rd, 1753. Wife 
Elizabeth, sons James, Peter and Michael, daughters Mary and Eliza- 
beth, John and Peter Starkey Executors. Test, Wm. Barber, Ann 
Barba, Wm. Fieldin. 

Russell, Richard, Carteret, March 15th, 1737. June Court 1747. 
Son John, daughter Mary, father Richard Russell, Sr., and Henry 
Stanton Executors. Test, Mary Stanton, Henry Stanton, Jr., Alice 

Ruckers, Thomas, Chowan, Nov. 9th, 1749. Son Demsey, daugh- 
ters Mary, Tamer and Sarah, sons Jacob, Jesse, Joseph and Thomas 
the two latter my Executors. Test, Jacob Odom, Jas. Brady, Jos. 

Rasberry, John, Bertie. Sept. Court 1749. Feb'y Court 1749- 
50. Sons William and Thomas Yeates, son Arthur Pinner, grand- 
son John son of William Rasbury, daughters Rebecca Pinner and 
Bridget Yeates, daughter Elizabeth Williams, grand-daughter Mary 
NichoUs Rasberry (daughter of Christian Rasberry), daughter Ann 
Beneler, daughter Mary, daughter Champion Loyd, wife Bridget, 
Wm. Hosea and Wm. Rasberry Executbrs. Test, Isaac Hill, Ed- 
ward Williams. 

Raphuel, William, Tyrrell, Jan'y 4, 1757. Sons Benjamin, Wil- 
liam, Thomas and Isaac, wife Ann Executrix. Test, John Reuten, 
William Rapheld. 

Rafield, William of Alligator, Pasquotank, August 4th, 1722. Sona 
William, James and John (now in Virginia) all my children, wife 
Ann and Edward Linington Executors. Test, Edward Linington 
Jno. Come, Ruth Phelps. 

Rissonover, Matthew, Craven, Nov. 18, 1747. Dec. Court 1747. 
Wife Elizabeth, sons John and Jacob, daughter Catharine Smith, son 
John and Kinsman Jacob Risonover Executors. Test, Jacob Taylor, 
Jasper Granade, Paul Ives. 

Reel, Peter, Craven, Nov. 19th, 1739 ; Nov. 24, 1739. Sons Peter, 

Abstract op Wills. 879 

James, Joshua and John, daughters Elizabeth and Mary, wife Mary, 
Simon Bright and Richard Evans Executors. Test, Jno. Berry, Jnd. 
James, John Hill. 

Rigby, William, Wilmington, Dec. 18, 1743. June Court 1744. 
Brother John, mother Margery, Alice Marsden, brother-in-law Rufus 
Marsden Executor. Test, James Smallwood, Thos. Kinsey, Joseph 

Ralph, Thomas, Perquimans, Oct. 15, 1688. Cousin John Lovett, 
wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test, Rebecca Wyatt, Thomas Long. 

Ricks, Isaac, Edgecombe, March 11th, 1748; Oct. 28th, 1748. 
Wife Sarah, son Abraham, daughters Mary Pope and Martha Ricks, 
sons Robert and John. Test, Jno. Crowell, Richard Richards. 

Relf, John, Pasquotank, Sept. 22nd, 1742. Jan'y Court 1742. 
Sons Cornelius and John, whom I appoint my Executorb, Mary 
Woodhouse amount due her from her father, Wm. Lurry's estate. 
Test, John Bell, Cornelius Jones. 

Relfe, Mary, Pasquotank, Jan'y 13th, 1724-5; July 25, 1745. 
Grand-son Daniel Chancy, Wiliam Roads, grand-children Thomas 
and Mary Relfe, Tom Perkins' daughter Sarah Hance, Elizabeth 
Dowton, son-in-law Thomas Palin, my grand-son and daughter Ann 
Palin, son Robert Keel Executor. Test, James Spence, Alex Spence, 
Dorotiiy Adams. 

Rew, Southey, Craven, Jan'y, 1754. May Court 1754. Wife 
Mary, sons Southey, Thomas, Bameby and Solomon, daughters Mary, 
Euphamy, and Comfort, John Starkey and Solomon Rew Executors. 

Rayford, Matthew, Bladen, July 21st, 1762. April Court 1768. 
Eldest son Matthew, daughters Mary, Anne, Mourning and Rebecca, 
sons Phillip, Robert and William, daughters Grace and Drusillia, 
wife and son Robert Executors. Test, Margaret Armstrong, Francis 

. Rawlings, Belijamin, Edgecombe, Dec. 10, 1738. Feb'y Court 
1788-9. Edmund Kearney (son of Thomas and Sarah), Thomas 
Kearney, Sarah Kearney wife of Thomas, Elizabeth Alston, wife of 
John, William Alston, Elizabeth Williams wife of Samuel, Thomas 
Kearney and David Coltrain Executors. Test, Samuel Williams, 
Rich'd Whittington, Whl Lee. 

Rawlins, John, Northampton, March 26, 1747. Nov. Court 1747. 
Daughters Lucy and Susanna, wife Hannah Executrix. Test, Art 
Harris, Geo. Jordan, Wm. Rawlings, Geo. Jordan, Sr. 

Rigney, Benjamin, Beaufort. Wife Febe, daughter Mary, niece 
Hannah (daughter of brother James) wife, Wm. Waggoner and 
Reading Blunt Executors. Test, Richard Jones, Walter Eurt, Thos. 

Royall, Charles, Onslow, Nov. 28, 1754; May 3d, 1755. Sons 

880 Abstract of Wills. 

Samuel and Thomas, grand-son Charles Augustus Nickson, son Sam- 
uel Executor. Test, James Denson, Robert Nixon, Job Brookes. 

Russell, Habukkuk, Carteret. Jime Court 1762. Sons David 
and Abraham, daughters Rebecca, Sarah, Abigail and Ann, Sophia 
Russell, wife Ann, George Reed and George Markham Executors. 
Test, Lakkester Lovett, Henry Hutsell, Sam Jordan. 

Riggens, Joseph, Bertie, April 2l8t, 1727. August Court 1727. 
Son Joseph, wife Elizabeth, son-in-law John Webb, daughters Martha 
Mary, Hannah, and Olive, wife Elizabeth and son Joseph Executors. 
Test, Wm. Baldwin, Daniel Riggens, Thomas Riggens. 

Rieusset, John of London, Joye and Tharoud Executors, also sons 
John and David in America, John Montgomery, Thomas Jones and 
nephew Peter Riordon. Bath, Oct. 11, 1737. Test, John Garzia, 
Peter Rawdon. 

Ridge, Thomas, Feb'y 15, 1747-8. Sons Godfrey and William, 
daughters Anne and Mary, wife Elizabeth Executrix. Test, Jno. 
Burgess, Eliz McGee Daniel McPeters. 

Regan, Daniel, Nov. 27, 1727. Son Daniel, Thos. Qoodson, broth- 
er Thos. Regan, daughters Sarah, Ann, Mary and Priscilla, wife 
Sarah. Test, Wm. Baldwin, Thos. Regan. 

Ramon, William, Albemarle Co., Oct. 12, 1713. Sons Thomas 
and Edward, daughter Elizabeth Scarborough, Margaret Talkcy and 
Sarah Ramon, wife Sarah Executrix. Test, John Hawkins, John 
Pasingham. ( Probably Perquimans. ) 

Raymond, Thomas, of Dover, Kent Co., G. B. Job Brook, James 
Wainwright, Peter Starkey, daughter Elizabeth, Elizabeth daughter 
of Joseph Bell, John Starkey and Thomas Nelson Executors. June 
26, 1730; July 31 st, 1730. Test, Richard RustuU, Peter Starkey, 
John Starkey. 

Schwanner, Mathias Tobias, Tyrrell, Sept. 21, 1743. March Court 
1744. Sons John, Lamuel, William and Mathias, grand-son Wm. 
Bryant (son of Darby Bryant and his wife Sarah), daughter Mary 
wife Jane, sons John, Lamuel and wife Executors. Test, Wm. Bar- 
rett, Robt Lanier. 

Smelege, Edward, Onslow, Dec. 9th, 1744; Dec., 1745. Eldest 
daughter Sarah, wife Anne Executrix. Test, Wm. Marchment, Da- 
vid Bumpass, Thos. Bumus. 

Stanfield, John, Orange, August 24, 1755. Sept Court 1755. 
Sons John,' Thomas and Samuel, with Hannah, John Jones and Jo- 
seph Maddocks Executors. Test, Thos. Lindley, Hugh Laughlin, 
Thos. Lowe. 

Snead, Henry, Beaufort, May 20, 1752 ; Dec. 12, 1752; Son John 
Peyton Snead, sister Mary Lane, son Benjamin, daughter Ann, Wally 
Chancy Executor, his wife (my aunt), James Bonner and Edward 
Salter also Executors. Test, Sam'l Boutwell, Griffith Howe. 

Abstract op Wills. 381 

SneHd, William, Beaufort, March 15tli, 1746 ; April 8, 1747. Sis- 
ters Mary Lane, Anne Bonner and Elizabeth Snead, Thomas Bonner, 
James Bonner, Simon Jones and Edward Salter Executors. Test, 
Joel Martin, Ann Martin, Ann Salter, Mary Brickell. 

Symons, Matthew, Albemarle Co., Feb'y 20, 1692. Wife Ann, 
daughters Ann and Margaret, brother John Daniel. Test, Ti.oT):a6 

Symons, Rachel, (widow of Jeremiah), Pasquotank, Oct 12, 1748. 
April 11, 1749. Grand-son Abraham (son of Benjamin Symons), 
son Benjamin, daughter Sarah Reading, daughters Symons and Han- 
nah, grand-daughter Ann Reading, daughter Ann Spence, son Benja- 
min Executors. Test, For Tweeny, Robt. Lowry, Jehoshaphat 

Symons, John, Pasquotank, 11th 7th month, 1748; Jan'y 19th, 
1748. Wife Elizabeth, child in esse, wife and Joseph' Robertson 
Executors. Test, Mary Symons, Jos. Symons, Jonathan Long- 

Simons, John, Craven, Dec. 27th, 1760. Son William, wife Mary 
and brother Thomas Executors. Test, Wm. Fulcher, Anthony 
Moore, Robert Burney. 

Simons, Jeremiah, Pasquotank, March 30, 1713 ; Xber 13th, 1715. 
Sons Jeremiah, William and Samuel, daughter Tamar (wife of Sam- 
uel Bundy), daughter Deborah (wife of Wm. Chancy), daughter 
Sarah (wife of Thomas Robinson), daughter Mary and Jeaney, 
daughter Ann Overman, daughter Elizabeth, children of Samuel Bun- 
dj, and Wm. Chancy, son Jeremiah, Jr., Sam'l Bundy and Chas. 
Overman Executors. Test, J. Norris, John Symons, He White. 

Symons, Argile, Chowan, April 13, 1714; Dec. 17th, 1714. Daugh- 
ter Margaret, son John, cousin Francis Foster and Martha Ann Lil- 
lington Executors. Test, Thos. Horton, Sarah Gray, F. Smith. 

Symons, Thomas, Pasquotank, 20th 11th. month, 1702-3; April 
16th, 1706. Son John, wife Rebecca, grand-son Thomas Symons 
(son of John), son Peter, wife Executrix. Test, John White, John 
Morris, Zach Nixon. 

Symons, Benjamin, Pasquotank, Oct. 4, 1748 ; Jan'y 3rd, 1748-9. 
Son Abraham, wife Elizabeth, daughters Ann, Mary and Hannah, 
wife and uncle Wm. Symons Executors. Test, Joseph Bailey, John 
Luis, Hannah Symons. 

Simons, Andrew, Beaufort, Pasquotank, April 8, 1752 ; April 14, 
1752. S